The death of freedom, the beginning of honey do’s

So it’s the beginning of wedding season, which to some is the death of freedom, but to others it’s the best day of their lives, and to the rest of us it’s a free night of drinking and possibly bad decisions. Either way the “Honey do’s” are coming…. For those of you that don’t know, just think, “Honey do this… honey do that…” you get the picture.
Anyways, I’ve already been to 2 weddings this year, one of them just last weekend. I’m also proud to say that I didn’t black out at either wedding.
Dignity: 2 Wedding drunk: 0*
I think the most exciting part of this last wedding only happened inside of my head though. The maid of honor at this particular wedding was about 8 and a half months pregnant and I couldn’t stop imagining some sort of emergency labor happening the whole time. Obviously the bride in this situation would be happy for her sister having her child but at the same time I could see deep down that she was pissed off for being upstaged at her own wedding. I mean, you waited 9 months; you could have at least waited another hour for the ceremony to be over. But such is the way with those inconsiderate newborns, smart parents will start making their kids work for their keep at an early age.
Anyways, while I’ll be the first to admit that The Go Game probably isn’t the best at actual weddings, (though I really think jump rope at a wedding would be awesome) we are pretty good at other wedding related events. We’ve done our fair share of bachelor/bachelorette parties, we’ve even written some wedding proposal missions where someone popped the BIG question. So that brings me to great bachelor/wedding/marriage moments in Go Game History:
THE Question:
Go Game Engagement from Kevin Cheng on Vimeo.

The tall pour!
Worship the mistress’s boot
I hope they were hammered at this point.
*Only this years stats reported for the author’s dignity’s sake

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