The Bonding over Bowling Games

Last month, my brother and I went to a wedding for our cousin. She got married to a guy that we introduced her to when we went bowling one night. It wasn’t a date night or anything, and we were just there to have a little fun. They talked to each other for a little bit, and then they ended up talking the entire night, and pretty much forgot that we were there. I had never seen anything like it. They had wedding invitations with little bowling pins on them, to represent that day, and I thought it was kind of funny and cute at the same time.

On the days leading up to the wedding, we decided to go out with the groom for a little bowling. He didn’t want to have some kind of bachelor party because he didn’t like the idea of women dancing in front of him before he was going to get married. I like his line of thinking, because our cousin would have probably killed us if she knew that we were getting a dancer for him. She’s not the kind of person who gets jealous easily, but if she knew that we did it, she would be very angry, and she would hit us until the end of time.

On the day of the wedding, both of them were a little nervous, but they were able to get through it. They looked so cool up there getting their vows done, and then when they had the big kiss, everyone cheered so wildly, like they were at a rock concert. They had a band to play a lot of old songs and some of the new ones while people danced. I was able to do all of the modern dances, but my brother couldn’t figure out how to do them without looking silly in front of everyone.