LaughFest rallying city to break the rubber chicken record

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - It is time to reclaim what once was ours...

Organizers of LaughFest are asking for the residents of West Michigan to once again reclaim the world record for the most rubber chickens thrown at one time.

The attempt will be March 10th starting at 5:30pm at 301 Ottawa NW in downtown Grand Rapids.  We only need 999 to take the record back.

For more details, visit GildasClubGR.org .

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1 Comment

  • Vicky

    How about no? Does no work for you?
    Take back what is ours?
    How about reclaiming laughter first, before you go after rubber chickens?
    Bring in some people who are funny and I might bring the family down to your little show again.
    But last year was pathetic and this year….Kathy Griffin? Really????
    Not only is she not even B-list, she was never even close to it.
    Pretty sad when there are top notch A-list comedians performing solo shows in the area (with cheaper ticket prices, btw) while this supposed Comedy Event can only muster third stringers and Morning Radio Zoo rejects.
    Stick a fork in it, SmirkFest, you are done.

    Yes, it is a great cause.
    But I can (and do!) write a check from here without having to support wasting money on utter lameness.
    Make it good, or spend the money that is going toward organizing the event on the actual cause itself.

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