Who reviews a wedding in a blog?
One of Sam’s friends got married in a movie theater, and well, when he needs someone to go to a wedding, someone who can have fun anywhere and make him look like an 8 instead of a 6, he takes Nina. So that’s what we did.
Seriously, this was the shortest wedding service ever. Under 5 minutes. Seriously. All weddings should follow this.
Also, all weddings should follow this: they had cheese, wedding soup and the bar…all before the people were there. Even better – pepperoni cheese. Pepperoni inside the cheese. You would be amazed at how many people have never tried this. We have. Many times.
The food was good. It was inside a Greek church. How could it not be? We started with a salad with a great dressing, kind of a sweet Italian. Very nice. Some rolls. Then a nice mix of stuffed chicken and a meat in gravy that was super nice. Hahaha a review of a wedding is ridiculous, because unless you have a time machine, you could not go to this wedding. And then you’d need an invitation. It seems like a lot of work, so you should just read this review.
The best part? The fact that Nina requested EU’s “The Butt” so I would dance with her?
No. The biggest cookie table ever.
Not since the Elks lodge brought wave after wave of cakes out at an Elvis dance have Nina and I been this excited over cookies. Oh, sure, we eat a lot of sweets. But this day was special. So special they even left to go containers! Damn right we had cookies for breakfast the next day (actually, mine did not last as some of my friends had them, but I really wanted to spread the cookie love). I mean…they had a brownie layered with a rice krispie layered with a cookie.
The best summation of this day is not our usual 5 frosty beer scale. No, I will just let Nina sum it up.
By the end of the night i was high on love and cookies. They had me with pepperoni cheese, woo-ed me with wedding soup and at the end of the night, when I was all wine drunk, sealed the deal with a plethora of homemade cookies. That wedding made sweet love to my senses. hahha
Invite us to your wedding! We’re hungry!