Friday, September 9, 2011

Bachelorette Part III: Pianoooo Man.

After our amazing dinner, we did a little more primping and headed to Howl at the Moon, a piano bar at the EpiCenter.

We had intentions of just staying at Howl at the Moon for a little while before heading to some other places, but we had such an amazing time dancing and singing at the top of our lungs that we decided to stay the entire time.

I do believe this was during "Purple Haze" :)

We were one of the many other bachelor/bachelorette parties there, one bachelor was wearing a white shirt that girls were supposed to kiss (after applying heavy lipstick) then sign. These guys were passing around lipstick they had bought for people to use... ummm no. I do not want to use the lipstick that some other stranger has put on their lips, they might have the Herp. Luckily, we were the first to sign the shirt so we got a unopened tube of lipstick to use.
Then... we met Cee Lo Green's twin.
This guy was in head-to-toe Red. I mean silk shirt with suspenders and polyester pants all in red. Crazytown. He was sweaty, grinding on all the girls and was constantly on stage. He also had some kind of hanky he kept throwing in the air, doing a spin then catching. It was magical.

This guy below? Yeah he was with some chick who was COMPLETELY trashed and kept falling down, doing random hair flips and all sorts of entertaining things. But he did buy us a song (Purple Haze of course) so he got a pic.

Also? It had been awhile since I have been out in a club/bar venue and I had completely forgotten how skanky girls can be. Check out these chicks that made Hope get on stage with her, their lady bits are about to sneak out! Do you SEE how short those dresses are?

We had a blast. Sunday was spent grabbing a quick breakfast at a BoJangles that took FOREVER to find and required parallel parking followed by a long, long drive home. Good times, good times.

Can't wait to celebrate Hope & Eric's wedding next weekend (Sept. 17).


  1. Haha, I would not have used a used lipstick! That man certainly does look special. :)

  2. "He also had some kind of hanky he kept throwing in the air, doing a spin then catching. It was magical." I read this line and the laughter was so sudden and uncontrollable that I spit my morning coffee out. Hi-lar-i-ous!