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My awesome friends Bill & Jessi got married yesterday by Elvis in Las Vegas. I wasn’t able to turn enough tricks to finance a trip out there, but luckily there was a webcast. So Alisha came over and we ate cupcakes while waiting for the big show to start. I mean, you know it’s a Really Big Deal when Alisha willingly puts down the Chia Pet she’s grooming to come over to my house to watch something on the computer.

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Chooch pretty much had no idea what was going on, and every time Elvis started to sing, he’d slap his hands over his ears and yell, “TURN THIS DOWN!” Alisha was closest to the speaker, but she was too busy ogling Jessi’s boobs to rescue Chooch’s hearing.

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You can’t really tell from a photo taken of a computer screen, but Jessi looked ridiculously hot in her dress. How could Bill concentrate??

And Bill’s hair was ridiculously pomp’d up. It was impressive. How could Jessi concentrate??

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There was a major party vibe to the ceremony and I can’t imagine anything otherwise for the two of them. It was so sweet and fun to watch, but I wish I could have been there in person.

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TOO CLOSE!

Congratulations, Bill & Jessi!!

  4 Responses to “What Bill & Jessi Look Like On a Computer Screen, with Elvis.”

  1. yay! I love it when people get married, especially by Elvis.
    On a personal note…this was the same dude in the same place that married Paul and I, but dressed up as the Grim Reaper.

  2. It WAS hard to concentrate! I wasn’t able to see her until she came jiggling down the aisle, so it was rather difficult to keep my composure.

    Thanks for tuning in you guys, it means a lot that you would pop on and watch! We missed the hell out of you and wished you were there. Keep your eyes peeled on Jessi’s flickr for various pictures.

    • Yea, my cleavage was out of control! I was seriously concerned I’d have a wardrobe malfunction at any moment…

      I posted a ton of pics on fb and on my flickr, lots of documentation of the fun.

      I missed you too, but your pendant was worn proudly as part of the celebration.

      Thanks for all the support, we are so happy it went so well!

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