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Wednesday, November 02, 2005
The party this past Saturday was awesome; in the way that only parties thrown by my zany, loveable family can be.
My cousin, the vampire, threatened (and begged, at one point) to get naked for everyone. My sister (a go-go girl), usually the family teetotaler, got sotted on some Southern Comfort mix and began lamenting the plight of matchmaking cows and obsessing over my "patronizing" eyes. My grandfather, resplendent in bright Hawaiian shirt and purple lei, went around telling everyone he was a "Hawaiian pimp". Baret, the smaller version of Robin Hood in his Renaissance-garb, was pulling out his long sword for everyone to admire all night long. My brother, normally the atheist, dressed as a priest and seemed a little too attached to his gold-plated crucifix prop. My Uncle Keith, aka Farmer Brown, kept mysteriously disppearing with my Aunt Lydia, aka Elsie the Cow, to "milk" her. Family friend Daryl, who didn't dress up but still looked like a cross between Danzig and Wolverine, brought over a freaky young girl (very young) who announced to my mother and grandfather how into S&M she was, and bragged about the huge hickey she'd left on Daryl's neck.
And that's just the highlights; I'll leave the rest to your imaginations.