I’ve really been touched by all the support I’ve received from my friends. Call me crazy, but I think our secret wedding has softened my dark and stone cold heart a little. Now I’m all of a sudden… emotional. (What the hell?)
Last week, my childhood best friend gave me away to marry my life-long best friend, now my husband. She didn’t literally walk me down the aisle, though now that I think about it, it would have been awesome if she did.
Then when we came home, all of our other close friends congratulated us with warm wishes and lots of laughter.
Not everyone understands or agrees with the decisions I’ve made in life, but it seems my true friends don’t care and accept my insanity unconditionally. I was browsing through Pinterest the other day (which is addictive as hell) and came across some funny friendship quotes that I had to share.
This is one of my favourite friendship quotes. People probably think I consider anyone who knows my first name as a best friend with all the times I’ve openly talked about my poop. Nonetheless, being comfortable enough to share details of your bowel movements is a sign of a great friendship… and marriage (in my opinion).
It’s been awhile since I’ve enjoyed the bar scene, so thank God I don’t need anyone to make me this promise anymore. But I do know a couple of friends who would pretend to be my lesbian lover in a heartbeat just to rescue me from a weirdo. (Ahem, Lyana)
This is similar to the poop quote above, which is why I like it. This is true in relationships as well. If you were to be a fly on the wall in some of the weird conversations Craig and I have, well most of you would probably fly yourself against a closed window to commit suicide.
For some reason, when I read this quote I think of my friends who love to watch scary exorcist movies with me. These are the friends who nearly crap themselves during a movie trailer and then immediately text me to say, “We have to watch this movie together!”
Only a select few friends would read this quote and laugh with me. Yup, we’re friends for a reason. And that reason is pure laziness.
This quote reminds me of a few things: late night talks killing several bottles of wine, St. Patty day celebrations that end with someone almost peeing in the street, dirty thirty birthdays at clubs we’re too old for, and beer cart Fridays… everyday.
This happened to me a few years ago. There’s not much else to say about this quote. It’s just so true.
This quote reminds me of every friend who laughs at my poop descriptions, shares their own turd stories, and giggles when I suggest we should take pictures next time to show each other. You know who you are!