Tuesday, June 17, 2008

The state of the state of their union

So here is the story I failed to tell last month when the Drama King decided to be a jerk. I saved it for today in honor of the first day that California counties will issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples:

Drama King: I can get married now. *nod nod*

Evil Mother: lololol... something i should know about? is there something you'd like to announce?

Drama King: Lolol, noooooo. Just thought I'd share

Evil Mother: lol i know. i heard ... i thought of you

Drama King: Hehehe

Drama King: Now all I hafta do is propose...

Evil Mother: ROFLMAO.... can i watch?

Evil Mother: will you do it with roses?

Evil Mother: put a ring in his pie?

Evil Mother: really! i wanna know!!!!

Drama King: Lolol I haven't even thought about it yet...sheeeeesh

Evil Mother: heh. prolly you should live together for reals first

Drama King: Yeah, prolly. I'm just glad to know its an option

Evil Mother: yup. he's marryin' material?

Drama King: Geeeeeeeeeeeeez. Give a guy some room to breathe here...

Drama King: :-P

Drama King: I'm extraordinarily fond of him, yes

Evil Mother: :-)

Evil Mother: and he is of you?

Evil Mother: and can we figure out what your freakin' name is now?

*We interrupt this post to explain that Mr. DK has opted not to use his father's last name -- or any other last name that makes sense -- nor is he actually using the name he was given when he was born, choosing instead some letter combo that has NOTHING to do with his actual given name. OK, back to the post at hand.*

Drama King: Lolol

Drama King: My name is whatever I feel at any given moment

Drama King: Hehe

Evil Mother: *eyeroll*

Drama King: Careful. They might fall out

Evil Mother: hey. you could take HIS last name. that would solve some of your issues with last names.

Drama King: Lol

Evil Mother: except for his? kinda sucks. lolololol

Drama King: Heheh. Yeah, yeah it does.

Evil Mother: well, just for the record, i approve. although i believe in long engagements.

Drama King: Lol

And that, my friends, is where it stands today. I'll let you know if anything changes after today.

I personally would laugh myself sick if DK and Rocky got married before Drummer Man and the fabulous girlfriend.


Crazed Mom said...

Evil mother is funny. I think I like her.

Janet said...

Did you hear the big guffaw from where you are?
That would be cool. Can I come to the wedding? I still want to eat dinner with you guys, and I bet a wedding would be fabulous conversation fodder.

Kelley said...

we would have so much fun tag teaming tormenting our kids.

Janet said...

LOL you are such a trip :-)

nikki said...

Where would they register at? I wanna buy a gift!

Kaytabug said...

I heart you! Loved this conversation!
I am glad they have the option if they so desire!

The Laundress said...

I do hope he's happy. He deserves that.

Marmarbug said...

AWWW! That is sweet. I hope that it alll works out for him.

lisa marie said...

How sweet! I do not know anyone who is gay but I have always been for same-sex marriages. I think if two people love each other go for it.

About 10 years ago I worked for an TPA (third party administrator) of several insurance companies and we had one in California that would allow a person's significant other to be on their insurance, even same sex. :)

Tink said...

You guys are like the Family Circus of the new age. I wouldn't miss a single edition. :)

Anglophile Football Fanatic said...

I think Prince is done with that symbol thing...maybe he could use it as a name?

Bren said...

Hee, I like AFF's suggestion for his name.

Janet said...

On a (mostly) unrelated note: my friend's husband took her last name when they married. You shoulda heard the gasps and whispers from the old ladies behind us during that part of the ceremony. Hysterical.

LSM said...

Believe it or not I had a discussion regarding California's legalization of same-sex marriage with my Vietnamese nail technition today! She asked me if what I thought about it, and I told her I thought it was a good thing. She then asked me why people cared about being married because, "It's just a piece of paper." I said, "Well, you might think that piece of paper was more important if you were the one the government said couldn't have it."

Unfortunately, I don't think she was convinced. :)

Immoral Matriarch said...

LOLOL! I love you!

robinellablog said...

Great convo! Thanks for sharing.

Laurie of the Seven Stories said...

Janet- you remind me of my real world friend Janet. I like you and you are funny and I have added you to my blog roll so I don't forget to keep reading.

Sandy C. said...

You? Hilarious :)

This conversation has be cracking up! The title is so perfect ;)

VDog said...

I wish my mom IMmed me like that! ;)

Also, my brother REAAALLY needs a boyfriend. DK have any single friends? heh

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