I’ve got a wedding ceremony coming up in May. It’s exciting. I really can’t wait to watch a gorgeous woman that is too good to be true walk down the aisle in white. She’ll be coming to tell the world that she wants to be with me for the rest of her life. That’s incredible and beautiful.
As I write this, she is currently at her bachelorette party. My bachelor party is coming up in less than two weeks, and I can’t wait. I’m going to get to hang out with some awesome guys that I’ve grown to love and respect.
I told my best man I just want to hang out at the beach and screw around there, and I’m not totally sure what’s planned. I know one thing that isn’t planned, though: a stripper.
I’m not saying this to elevate myself or sound super religious; I just don’t want it. It doesn’t feel right to me. To be honest, I can’t think of a worse way to kick off a celebration of marriage.
“In honor of marrying the woman of my dreams, I’m going let another woman take off her clothes for me. This one goes out to you, Brittany!”
Some men argue that, “It’s not cheating if you’re not married yet.” Or, “You get a pass on your bachelor party.” I think that’s really horrible logic. Just because you’re not officially married yet means you can do what you would never do when you are married? Sounds like someone has a problem with commitment and maybe shouldn’t be getting married.
I’ve never paid someone to be my friend. So why would I pay a girl to come act like she’s my wife? I don’t need it.
Some guys may call my bachelor party the lamest of all time; I don’t care. I’m betting it won’t be. Dudes can make fun of me all they want, but I am marrying a girl that’s way out of my league. Why would I take any chance on even coming close to messing that up?
Maybe you’re not marrying up like I am. Or maybe you’re kind of a perv. Whatever it is, feel free to mock me or judge me. I’m sure when I see Brittany walk down the aisle, the last thing on my mind will be your stupid opinion.