We’d tell you what we learned about Skoal at the race, but we’re not authorized Skoal spokespersons.

So we walked up to the “friendly looking fella” outside the Skoal exhibit at Watkins Glen. The sign said “Adult Tobacco Consumers” were welcome. We figured it was as good as time as any to begin consuming tobacco.

But we were stopped by the friendly looking gentleman who asked what our business was there. It was obvious he had quite a bit of experience in customer service, probably as a security guard at a WWE wrestling event or a bouncer at an exotic lounge.

“I am not an authorized Skoal representative.”

Either way, he refused to let us in. So we asked a few questions:

Q – “What’s inside the exhibit?”
A – “I am not an authorized Skoal spokesperson.”

Q – “How much Skoal do you dip in a day?”
A – “I am not an authorized Skoal spokesperson.”

Q – “Seen a lot of cute girls around here today?”
A – “I am not an authorized Skoal spokesperson.”

I’d tell you more, but I’m not an authorized Skoal spokesperson.

Author: Kevster

Kevin Slimp

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