Are you up to the challenge? Join with Punahou74 classmates–and others–as we pursue The Ultimate Malasada Super Rush at Punahou Carnival 2017.
The Ultimate Malasada Sugar Rush? What’s that you say?
Easy. It’s that exquisite surge of pleasure that comes when a Carnival customer, after having spent long periods navigating a serpentine booth line, bites into the oh-so-crispy sugared skin of a just-fried pipin’ hot malasada. Sweet. Hot. … Yum.
After a year’s wait, the result is almost orgasmic. A satisfying accomplishment of a Carnival must-do. With apologies to the U.S. Postal Service:
Neither rain nor heat nor gloom of night will stay this customer from the swift appreciation of a Punahou Carnival malasada.
The Punahou Carnival malasada craving is an addiction, one that is filled more than 150,000 times during the two day event. Making sure that the sugar rush is satisfied is Punahou 74’s mission on Friday, February 3.
Can you help Punahou74 this year?
We have been sharing the shift with the class of 1970 for the last couple of years but it looks like they’re moving on. This year it’s all on us.
WE NEED FIFTY OF YOU SO LET’S GET VOLUNTEERING!
No previous experience needed. We’ll train you!
Who: Punahou74 classmates, spouses, family, and friends. Yes, ask everybody you know. Pedigree will not be checked at the tent entrance!
What: Ewa Malasada Shift
When: Friday, February 3, 2017 from 4:45 pm to 8 pm
Where: Ewa Malasada booth (between Pauahi and Montague Halls)
Why: Because we are the great Punahou class of 1974!
To volunteer please comment on this blog, on the Punahou74 facebook page, or email Nancy Dew Metcalf. See you on February 3!