I love social experiments, and not too hard to find a little inspiration.
The goal of this mission is simple: To test out the theory that being a married man is no obstacle to getting play.
I prefer not to call myself a blogger but, rather, a playwright, since I aim to spin works of art over the 973. For those who want to follow along from home, read below:
Step I: Assemble the cast. First, bring me The Greek.
Once the lead role is filled by The Greek then the rest of the cast can be sorted out:
That is The Bunyan in a nutshell: He is 6’6”, outgoing AF with charisma, who also auto-cockblocks himself while making others look great. In other words, he is a unicorn for dudes.
Step II: Organize the props.
The rest of the cast grabs theirs:
Step III: Set the plot:
Considering how the night ended up I prefer to call my play’s brand of comedy ‘gallows humor’.
Step IV: Take note of the feedback from the audience:
As the week rolled on, this rolled in:
Step V: Evaluate your overall performance:
You know, a man has standards, especially a married man like me. It might be time to get my other affairs in order now.