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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Petition to TRIBE for Redesigning Male Costumes

One of the regular visitors to my blog, Keitrini has organized an online petition to TRIBE to redesign the male costumes. While it may seem like this is being done in jest, I already said that my hubby has signed up in Harts because he is not liking any of TRIBE's male costumes and much to my surprise other wives and girlfriends are saying their men say the same. And here I was thinking that all men cared about was the shorts and the all inclusive band!

This is what the petition says:

To Whom It May Concern,

This is a petition to have Tribe consider redesigning the men's 2008 costumes. Tribe did an outstanding job with the female costumes this year however the male costumes lack creativity, originality and symmetry with the female characters. Many men (including significant others to some females) are displeased with the costumes and either don't want to play with Tribe or worse, at all. We women of Tribe will like to have our men by our sides in a handsome costume to compliment us. Tribe, please consider this petition seriously; your patrons are reaching out to you.

To support this petition visit this website and place you signature. I am sure the organizer of the petition has every intention of forwarding your pleas to TRIBE.

TLC Cards update

All TLC applicants who received an email stating that you have been assigned a TLC card and it will be mailed to you please be advised that the cards will be mailed via TTPOST within the next few days.

However if anyone wishes to pick up their TLC card at the mas camp feel free to do so between the hours of 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm Monday to Friday. I suggest calling the mas camp as soon as possible if you wish to pick up your TLC card in person so that it will not be mailed out.

Contact # - 625 -6800

TRIBE Frontline and Individual Costumes

There seems to be some sort of discrepancy on whether frontline costumes will require full or 50% payment upon registration. What is clear though is that these costumes, and the individuals, will require a specially priced down payment I will await official word from TRIBE when it comes time to register and in the interim prepare for whatever the decision is as I am 100% sure I am playing a frontline and I have chosen a costume.

Yesterday I made a trip to Cascadia once again to observe the rest of the frontline and individual costumes on display. The previous day I was unable to see them as they were not out on show up until I left, but I am happy to report that all the costumes are available for viewing. Just some information on the following costumes:

Silver Mist Frontline – I touched, prodded and examined the spokes on the backpack and they are made of soft, foam material that reminds me of a pool noodle. There should be no concern about poking anyone’s eyes out with the spokes as they are quite soft, even the spear like tips are made of the same foam material.

Silver Mist Back Pack


Lady of the Lake – There is a back pack that fits over both shoulders and which "sprouts" the feathers to one side. It is supposedly light and the cape goes over the back pack, so you have the option of wearing the cape only, cape and back pack or back pack alone. The cape hooks unto rings on the bra strap so it is easily removed. Please note the fabric used for the cape is Versace as I was told by the designer of all these fabulous frontlines and Individuals Douglas John who I had the ultimate pleasure of meeting yesterday!!

Back of Lady of the Lake



I will not go into too much detail on the individual costumes as only one person each will get to wear them anyway so no use lusting behind something we cannot have right? I will say that the white individual costume is called "Elvian Princess" and that Black Magic is a stellar costume, the details are amazing; it is like a crystal bliss ! Both Phoenix and Black Magic use Versace fabric in the design as well.

If you want to see some more pics visit this album on facebook or for even bigger pics check out my photobucket.

Not so Blind Item

Which band held an emergency meeting to discuss revamping their female costumes since when placed next to the male counterpart the males looked hotter? I am guessing it was the same band which has been shooting at night over the past two weeks in all sorts of grassy knolls; I hope those models are getting paid well to crawl around in the bush over the Lady Young and around the Savannah! Rumor has it the males are smoking HOTTT which leads me to wonder just how much is going to be done to the females before the band launch to bring them up to par? I have to admit, I am quite excited to see the men as this is the first time I have ever heard of male costumes outshining the females… lets hope the band launching date is not pushed back again due to this snafu.
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