Tuesday, 16. September 2008
There are so many stories to share from the wedding and I have no idea where to start. Nothing compares to hanging out with your best friends for three days, eating amazing food, drinking champagne and making up immature phrases. Rather than try to cram everything into one blog, I will likely blog out a few separate entries.
Because I’m still struggling to find my brain cells, I figured I’d write a blog about how we can find humor in the most inane ways.
At Amy and Andrew’s wedding in 2004, it was referring to York, Maine as Taint, Maine. Again. I never claimed we were mature. But we still laugh about it to this day.
I have to point out that it was THE Sean Lara who came up with the Like My Johnson gem. Sean is one of those super smart people who uses giant words to make jokes. Giant words like: My Johnson.
Anyway, I was not there for it’s inception and only heard a handful of conversations that took place, but it brought us much joy. Sean had finally come to the conclusion that the phrase, “That’s What She Said” was played out and that a proper replacement would be: “Like My Johnson.”
Fuck. I hope this isn’t one of those blogs where you had to be there. If so, I implore you to insert it when a sentence ends that it could fit.
(A brief disclaimer to those who were there. I might have names and exact phrases wrong. Please comment with the other conversations I may have missed).
Rob: “Man, I almost tripped over that mat.”
Sean: Mumbling quickly…”like my johnson”
Rob: “I love how you just slipped that in right there.”
Erin: “Like my Johnson”
Erin: “It smells like something is burning.
Natalie: “Yeah. Like weed.”
Allison: “Ew. Yeah. That’s really stinky.”
Erin: “Like My Johnson.”
Tim: “I got this beer because it’s pretty dark and thick.”
Rob: “Like My Johnson”
At one point during the rehersal dinner, one of Ben’s frineds asked me about my blog and he said, “So, do you blog about things going on in the world? Like, important things?”
Me: Trying to figure out a way to make Dirty Sanchez’s sound important: “Um. You know. If you’re trying to get smarter, I don’t suggest reading my blog.”
I will leave you with an image from the wedding and will post pics over the next few days as I recall certain details.
It provided me a lot of pleasure and fun times.
Laef: “Like My Johnson.”