Sunday, November 20, 2005

Response

Jordan commented that he was told I didn't want alchohol at my wedding. That's a huge lie! The hugest lie in the entire world! Whoever said that is no longer invited to the wedding. What I said was I didn't want an open bar, but to just have wine and kegs. (And Corey shot that idea down anyway) Why would anyone think a wedding full of rugby players, cyclists, and Ranks would be alchohol free? That's the most absurd thing in the entire universe. I would rather not have a DRESS than not have beer there!

5 comments:

j lui said...

i concur, the mere thought is a complete mind-eff

Jordan Lev said...

So we're in agreement. Good. That was close...

ninny said...

jordie - i don't think it was even close!!

Jordan Lev said...

What I meant was "in my mind, that was close", not "in reality, that was close" -- mind the gap.

Max&Reno's parents said...

I think this all my fault. Katy said, "I don't want liquor at my wedding," and I told Jordan and he interpreted liquor as "alcohol." Semantics, semantics, gang. And, as pointed out by someone in this exchange, Corey and I disabused her of the notion that she could just get away with wine and beer (or perhaps only beer??)A champagne toast to all...