132 Eddy Street @ Mason
San Francisco, California 94103

On October 12th, we proudly present the triumphant return of San Francisco's premier adult spelling bee, THE BUZZED BEE!

Completely re-engineered, version 2 of the BUZZED BEE features clearer sound, faster rounds, and more chances for you to make a fool of yourself in front of your so-called friends. Spectators will T-H-R-I-L-L to the skimpily salacious divertissements of the Buzzed Bee DSYLEXIC CHEERLEADERING SQUAB, while participants will wrack their brains and un-tie their tongues in an open competition to "bee" crowned San Francisco's BEST SPELLER, and take home the grand prize: A BRAND NEW VOLVO! (Well, new to you at least.)

Yes, that's right! To atone for our debut performance, which one local critic called "a beautiful disaster" we will be giving away an actual, working A-U-T-O-M-O-B-I-L-E! What other night out in SF can make that offer? Okay, /other/ than Ruby Skye's weekly BMW raffle and "Free Edsel Fridays" at Lucky 13? NONE I tell you! NONE.

So to recap, we have:

[ X ] No cover charge.

[ X ] Sexy Cheerleaders in Skimpy Outfits.

[ X ] A Spelling Bee for Intoxicated Adults.

[ X ] A Bevy of Fabulous Prizes, Including A FREE CAR!

... as well as music, punch and pie, and PLENTY of other surprises. So come on back for another ride on the B-U-Z-Z-E-D B-E-E. We promise we won't sting (unless you ask very nicely).

Thursday, Oct 12th, 8pm (spelling starts at 9pm)
Free!!! @ Rx Gallery 132 Eddy Street @ Mason

NOTE: Make sure to arrive on time or you may miss out on the initial fast and furious qualifying round (aka "The Circle J-E-R-Q-U-E").

Latest BUZZED BEE news + photos from previous bees online at:

Most words used in BUZZED BEE are taken from the Scripps National Spelling Bee Consolidated Word List, which, if you actually have enough time on your hands to study, should preclude you from being a fun person and therefore you should stay out of the competition entirely.

Official Website: http://www.catcubed.com/buzzedbee/

Added by sfslim on October 4, 2006