BurnAfterShooting: Sweater Vests and Courderoys

Adventure was on the docket this month, as the boys from BurnAfterShooting once again donned their fedoras and took to the streets to boogie and jive with a new array of Vancouver’s wildest and wackiest. Never ones for excess, the boys each enjoyed a responsible amount of alcohol while ensuring that safety was the number one priority. As they strolled the streets, they documented the various mishaps and general hilarity of Vancouver’s charming characters, while distributing pamphlets on safe sex and the immorality of wanton drug use.

Through their wanderings, the BurnAfterShooting team continue to demonstrate that you don’t have to be a belligerent yahoo to enjoy a night out, and that, contrary to popular belief, fun and wholesomeness go together like sweater vests and corduroys. 

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Look out for BurnAfterShooting’s monthly photo series on SADMAG, or fol­low BAS on Insta­gram.

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