The calendars are going to March...
Father-in-Law: And do people actually adhere to it? Me: No, cuz they put it sticky side down.
no but april may!
An LGBT Queue
Pride comes before the fall.
... because at the beginning, the announcer clearly said "Welcome to the 90-second Thanksgiving Day parade!"
A receding hare-line!
but how often do you see biannual parades?
A member of my section drops their trombone and says: "Today is really getting off on the right foot."
Me: "No you start on your left."
It was a moving performance, to say the least.
New Year's Day... The start of a fresh 365 sunrises that symbolize a turning point in lifestyle and spending the entire day recovering from a dreadful hangover. Like many other people in America, this relatively fake holiday is a time that I spend with my family. One of my family's many traditions (alongside annihilating plates of buffalo wings and watching college football until we pass out on the couch) is watching the Rose Parade. At the very beginning of the event, before all of the flower-covered floats and high school bands came marching down the street, there was an introductory ceremony complete with a B-2 stealth bomber flyover. As soon as they passed by, zooming out of the camera's frame, my dad leans in closer to me and says "Well I sure didn't see that coming!"
But I did not see anyone that was completely Am.
That would be a shitty job.
That job must stink.
What a crappy career choice.
My dad(who is a big LGBT ally) sees a float at pride parade with musicians playing the bagpipe. He leans over to me and says "I guess we should call them fagpipes now."
Watching the Macy's Day Parade. Some band with Dancers come on the screen.
Me- Wow, these dancers are very out of sync with each other.
Dad- That's why they are not named NSYNC.
All I could do was laugh and roll my eyes
Because Pride comes before the Fall.