Day 15 Results: Edwin Edwards (2) eliminated Huey Long (1) with 65.5%. Boiled crawfish (2) took out étouffée (4) with 58.5%.
Well, folks, it’s all come down to this. After three weeks of fierce competition, a couple of scavengers from the Louisiana swamps that some people find disgusting are facing off in the finals of this year’s March Madness tournament.
Among the many other things Edwin Edwards and boiled crawfish have in common, both have gotten their heads sucked copious times. However, unlike his crustacean opponent, Edwards has undoubtedly been a tail pincher way more frequently in his lifetime than he’s been a tail pinchee.
Both have gotten their heads sucked copious times.
What exactly are you deciding by voting for one or the other? We’re not quite sure, either. Maybe it’s a mandate on who better represents the state. Perhaps we’ll see if Louisianans are more passionate about food or politics.
Whatever your interpretation as to what you’re really voting for, just know you can vote more than once. It is Louisiana, after all.
Ready. Set. VOTE! (Polls close nightly at 10 p.m. CDT.)
FYI: If you’re trying to make sense of this graft vs. grub competition, here’s an explanation.