Saturday, April 06, 2013

Wedding tackle

We are going to a wedding. So far the conversation has consisted of:

  • "You're not wearing that."
  • "That shirt doesn't go with that suit."
  • "What do you think you're wearing?"
  • "No."
  • "If you think you're going out with me wearing that waistcoat you've got another think coming."
  • "She's had to invite their Elaine's lot from Bolton so don't be showing me up."
  • "You don't need to wear a hat."
I tried to have the cat go in my place but neither of them were wearing it.


libby said...

Don't forget shoes....we drove hundreds of miles for a wedding and THE ONLY THING my mister had to remember was his I need to type the rest?

Gadjo Dilo said...

Harold Pinter got a Nobel Prize for writing this kind of thing. Shoes: leather, black of brown - the others are for tennis or ten-pin bowling.

fairyhedgehog said...

Threaten to wear a balaclava or go naked.

Anything else will look good by comparison.

savannah said...

the MITM simply asks, "navy or black" suit, this shirt or the white. then it's, "this tie or this one." every.single.time.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Libby: There's a lot to be said for carpet slippers.

Gadjo: I couldn't stand for all that Antonia Fraser.

Fairyhedgehog: We actually had that argument.

Savannah: You know by now that neither of us make it that easy!