Friday, March 10, 2006

not even enough time for vegas

'can't wait to see you at your housewarming! is it true a's gonna be there too?'

'well that's what he said, but the proof is in the pudding, as Cosby used to say. but then you could meet his wife and his son, too.'

'he's MARRIED!?? how's his other kid(s?) doing? are they in chi or st. louis?'

'he was in Chi a few months ago, and he went out to lunch with me and my girl. i noticed he was wearing a ring, and i said jokingly, what, you're married now? he said, yeah man. i was like, yo, how come you didn't invite me to the wedding? he said, oh, cause i got married on my lunch break.

i couldn't make that up if i tried.'

'that is priceless.'

8 comments:

Jon said...

And they say romance is dead.

cadiz12 said...

sometimes it really seems as though it is.

Ale said...

well the key words are: "wife AND SON" and there you have it!

or you can pull an Angelina- ADOPT a kid while dating a dude and he'll feel complelled to stay- even next to the fat frog lips and bulging fish eyes-

'ka said...

got married on lunch break????

wow! that's a quickie... i guess things like that really do exist..

Katie said...

Wow, quite a shotgun wedding. That's actually something I would dearly love to hear in one of my day to day conversations.

omar said...

That sounds like a fantastic way to get married, as long as there was still some sort of reception involving presents.

Demosthenes said...

I don't really follow, but the lunch break thing is definitely classic.

Guyana-Gyal said...

That's the kind of thing I want to do, haha, marry during lunch break, I can't bear the thought of doing a big wedding.