Just kidding, I wore the same damn one as last week.
Apparently my wardrobe is not season-appropriate. So instead of judging me, maybe you should volunteer to be my personal shopper.
Aside from my actual wedding date, I managed to snag two other dates for the evening. When your real date is in the wedding party, these extra dates come in handy.
That is the smile of a married man, folks.
And this is the face of a perpetually single chick.
Most men will recognize this pose. It tends to mean that the word "no" is somewhere in there.
Or, depending on alcohol consumption, I may say "nein", "non", or "nyet". I'm cultural like that, si?
Two of us are very happy for Mark & Stella. One of us is surprised.
Now, in order to truly enjoy a wedding reception you have to lose yourself in the moment. Go where the feeling takes ya.
Vogue if you've gotta vogue.
Fight if ya gotta fight.
And if Rickety Cricket's Gimp Cane just happens to be available at yet another wedding?
Well, it's sure to make the rounds as a dancing accessory.
Stella, the gorgeous bride, makes it look classy.
I make it look ugly.
And Mark? Mark makes it a showcase.
I'll drink to that.
Good times. Cheers to the awesome couple.
In completely non-related news, we're in the middle of Toronto Beer Week. And if you haven't been to any of the hop-tastic events yet, I have two suggestions. My friends over at Indie Alehouse will be previewing some of their craft beers at The Burger Bar on Wednesday, and then at The Rhino (this blog should have royalties from all the Rhino mentions...) on Friday night.
So, if you like beer you should probably go. Because the Indie Alehouse isn't open yet and people are chomping at the bit to try their beers. Here's your chance, hosers.
Happy beer week!