Friends And Family Waiting For Baby’s Arrival Set Up Tailgate In Hospital Parking Lot

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In the southeast, there may only be one thing that’s more popular than college football…

And that’s tailgating at college football games.

No really, it’s borderline a religion. Every Saturday morning, people wake up at the ass crack of dawn, drive to the game and pitch tents, set up TVs, eat a shit ton of food and desserts, play games, listen to music, and drink absurd amounts of alcohol. In fact, there are way more people who come for the tailgates and the party than the actual football game.

For one Cumming, Georgia couple, they were about to have a baby, and they wanted all of their friends and family there to cheer them on. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, nobody was allowed in the waiting room.

So what did they do about this?

Easy. They just set up a food and booze-filled tailgate right outside the hospital and partied all day long.

And I mean all. Day. Long.

Bailey’s (the mother) water broke at 4 a.m. on February 28th, but the baby wasn’t delivered until 8:58 p.m., and the friends and family (the ones who weren’t blacked out yet) got to see Colson Scott for the very first time, as nurses held him up at the window so all could catch a peek.

I gotta say, I’m really loving this concept, but I am curious… how many friends and family members remember seeing the baby after this day-long bender?

Only in the South…

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock