Anyway, since the feast was international, I cooked my mom's famous Cuban-style garbanzo bean soup.
|I forgot to take a picture of the finished product, but here is one |
of the mess I made in preparation. Use your imagination from here.
|This here is my kilt. I forgot to bring my kilt pin with me,|
so I had to hold it together with a giant baby diaper pin.
Others see skirts as the newest trend in men's fashion. See this Forbes article on men in skirts or one man's personal experience in wearing skirts. My favorite part of the last article is the author's response to how he got started wearing skirts. He states:
My wife came up with that first and said it is a shame that you have to hide your beautiful legs always in a pair of trousers. They are looking like a model. First she ask me to wear one of her short skirts which I didn't. Then she ask me if I would wear a men's style kilted skirt and I agreed with this not knowing what does it mean to me.
Jake and I traded party attire because, as luck would have it, we wear the same kilt size. I now know that not only are men's razors better, but their skirts are more comfortable.
|Gender equality? I will feel equal when my skirts also feel |
as comfortable as spring air, and my legs are given the same
consideration by razor companies as a man's face.
Anyway, the party was a big success, despite the fact that nearly every person present inexplicably cried at some point. We enjoyed international food and drinks, pretended to be Olympic badminton players, and played the slowest game of cornhole I have ever seen. This was one for the books.
|The lady folk|
|Sarah, Jake, and the most comfortable |
article of clothing ever invented.
|Kyrstin demonstrating proper cornhole form to Ryan.|