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February 12, 2010

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No one was seriously injured, or even moderately harmed, at my brother's bachelor party, despite the fact that my expectation of success was if "no one drowned in the lake." I attribute this to the general lack of hard alcohol (and my brother's friends becoming more responsible being closer to 30 than 20).

Have a good time!

My wife and I married in a rushed civil ceremony (the job offer was unexpected) one week before moving overseas. The closest I had to bachelor party was drinking a Fat Tire while trying to fill out a bunch of immigration forms in a foreign language and briefly ogling a Filene's basement underwear ad while sitting on the john.

Sigh...

Re-reading that post makes my brain hurt...

It will be fine, though I hope you know it's your job as his brother (especially if you are, or he doesn't have, a best man) to ensure that nothing too terrible happens to him or any other married man in the group. Bachelor parties can teach valuable life lessons. My husband learned at his not to eat sushi off strippers.

My husband learned at his not to eat sushi off strippers.

Also, be careful with the wasabi.

Oh, lord.

I never believed it possible, but death by cuteness IS possible.

My husband learned at his not to eat sushi off strippers.

Does he often put that lesson to use? :-)

That is one incredibly cute baby.

Is anyone going to remove the Viagra Online comment from the Thank God For The Conscience of the Nation post?

I love XKCD

xkcd: definitely one of the hidden gems of the Internet!

What better than an open thread to throw down some heavy linkage.

Is it just me, or does that second snapshot have just a hint of "Boink my nose again and you're a dead man," in it?

Eric,

You have one adorable kid.

xkcd: definitely one of the hidden gems of the Internet!

One of those few areas where Jesurgislac and I share sentiment, and that few others do. I can't send an xkcd Valentine to my wife, for instance.

Is anyone going to remove the Viagra Online comment from the Thank God For The Conscience of the Nation post?

Eventually, yes. Been kind of busy; sorry.

Status check: Alive and well. Still married. Liver not certain if it's going to desert me for good.

Thanks all for the kind words about little Eric.

Is it just me, or does that second snapshot have just a hint of "Boink my nose again and you're a dead man," in it?

He is not above such sentiments, trust me ;)

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