ast year Jean Poquette-Seidl thought she would expire days after the annual Seidl Pumpkin Carving held at their modest Greenleaf home. She was scheduled for surgery and was sure that she would not survive, therefore she violated every rule of behavior known to mankind at the party.
After learning she would survive the surgery she said she would change and behave from now on. Nothing could be farther from the truth though as witnessed by friends and family on Saturday at the Seidl home. Poquette-Seidl 54, had to be helped to her feet after loosing her balance and collapsing in a pile while speaking to her sisters and nieces at the kitchen table. Apparently after having only a small portion of food for lunch, and not even filling her pouch halfway she had a cocktail or two which on
Jean Poquette-Seidl being helped to her feet by niece Emily and her sister Kat
her nearly empty pouch immediately went right to her blood stream making her dizzy. The Sun shinning through the window compounded the problem because the shades could not be closed due to a malfunction in the hoisting mechanism.
Poquette-Seidl being blinded by the sun combined with her unpredictable super fast metabolizing of the alcohol in the cocktail let to her instability during conversation.
Poquette-Seidl also vocalized about her continuing disappointment regarding the 3rd. straight loss of the Blue Jell-O's at the Turkey Bowl. She openly
complained petitioning the XPFL Commissioner Brandon Pickett for a color change of her cheerleading uniform. Pickett granted her request thereby displacing Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck as well as she will don a blue cheerleading uniform this year. Pickett went on to stipulate though that Poquette-Seidl would
remain on the red team for 5 years no matter what the outcome of the game between the two rival teams.
Sobieck affected by the ruling is not bound by the change for five years as is Poquette-Seidl. She may return to the Red Gobblers after the first year if she chooses. Sobieck taken by surprise by the ordeal could not speculate as to whether she would return after the first year or continue on with the Hobart Blue Jell-O's. Sobieck 45, warned Poquette-Seidl of her behavior and the result it may have but in her diminished state was incapable of comprehending the warning given. Poquette-Seidl went on to spill her drink in an unspillable
Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck
glass as well as play with a mechanical stuffed cat located near her.
The child winning the pumpkin carving contest was supposed to win a of pint of vodka courtesy of Katandmick .Com but as you have already guessed the elixir was consumed by Poquette-Seidl before the judging was complete.
In other Turkey Bowl news Justin Sobieck has gone ahead and begun production of a stainless steel Mary Poquette trophy. The trophy is not yet complete but will be in time for the awards ceremony directly after the game. The sculpture will mean the retirement of the current wooden trophy used since the inception of the event back in 2000.