27 October 2009

Answering The Question I'm Sure To Get

This Saturday is Halloween. Since I'm cheap, I'm not going to invest in some bizarro costume like a nun wearing a rainbow flag habit. Instead, I will wear my distinguished full formal kilt suit to Scott's party. Spare me the jokes about everyone else there being jealous that I'm wearing a skirt. Because it's not a skirt, it's a kilt, and kilt is what happened to the last guy who called it a skirt, okay?

It is of course an eternal law that whenever I or any other guy with the confidence to wear a kilt goes out in public, we get questions about what's underneath. So all of you who see me on Saturday, save yourself the effort. Here's my answer.

9 comments:

Cadence said...

haha, that was great, a much needed laugh, thanks... anyway thats a good thing to wear to a costume party... I look forward to seeing you... my costume will hopefully be great too...

Sean said...

A little humor for a Tuesday. So nice!

Ned said...

Just remeber Alan, I"ll have a blue ribbon with me at Scott's party. ;D

Beck said...

This was fantastic! Thanks for making my day!

Original Mohomie said...

Ha, love the song. As for the costume, I see they've recruited you to attract more attendees...the intrigue alone will surely draw them in droves.

boskers said...

Alan,

i'm tempted to go to the party just to meet you in person.

unfortunately, i have a stinkin stake activity that i have to help with. maybe i can weasel out early.

Scott said...

@boskers: You should definitely weasel! :)

And @OMo... are you intrigued enough that we'll finally see you here tomorrow? :D

Alan said...

I should also add that my sisters have nicknamed me Wonder Buns. I hope Boskers and OMo that you will come to the party, it'd be nice to meet you in person. No promises of any further disclosures of course . . .

Original Mohomie said...

Well, Scott and Alan, I'm considering it. I do have plans in Provo, but if those finish up early enough, and I'm not feeling embarrassed to show up without a costume (or inspiration strikes between now and then, and I throw a costume together), then I may pop in...