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Five Tips to Help You Win the Jimbo Look-Alike Contest This Saturday

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​Jimbo is a father to this community. The 84 year old represents the fighter in all of us, the squatter, and the guy who tells the Man "fuck you, I'm staying right here."

His little corner of the earth is a laidback hangout for anyone, be it your three-legged dog, Mariah Carey, or the weird old lady who dances alone at bars. And lucky for us, this patriarch and his family are celebrating Halloween with Frankenstock this Saturday.

The event feature 12 bands, free hot dogs, dollar beers, the most unique swimsuit contest around, and a Jimbo's look-alike competition. The winner takes home $200 in prizes and the opportunity to brag that they look resemble the coolest man in Miami. To help you win, we've put together a list of five things to help you dress up like Jimbo on Saturday.


3. A Dominican Cigar
Jimbo is quite a guy. He's always been friendly and generous, letting you drink his cheap beer and hang out on his plot of land. He gives all the girls a squeeze and lets them sit on his lap, offering pecks on the cheek. He's a fighter and a lover of people and animals. If you want to win this competition, leave your bad attitude at home and get with the honeys. 

Frankenstock goes down this Saturday at noon at Jimbo's Place (Duck Lake Road). Visit FrankenStock.com

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