Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Public Dancing Runs in the Family

My cousin Chris married his beautiful wife, Lydia, in a romantic ceremony in Cabo San Lucas last month.  Their first dance was the most awesome thing I've ever seen!

I'm sharing it on my blog because I wanted you to understand that this sort of thing runs in the family.  It's like a genetic disease where the only symptoms are doing the Sprinkler and the Running Man in public places and then posting it on the internet.

And I'm very sorry to report that even though scientists are working around-the-clock, they still haven't found a cure for our disease.

Why?  Because we're 2 Legit 2 Quit, y'all!

(Start at 3:24 if you want to skip all the lovey-dovey stuff.)

(If you can't view this video, it's because "it contains content from WMG", meaning that it's copyrighted and it might not work with certain players. AS IF.  But don't worry - you can watch it on YouTube here. )

(Even though you might not be able to watch this on your smartphone, I'm leaving the video here anyway because I think it makes the post look complete.   It's like window treatments or floral arrangements.  They don't really do anything, but they sure make the room look nice.)

(If you think this wedding dance was fun, you should join us for Christmas dinner.  That's when we really party.)





Congratulations, Chris and Lydia!




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21 comments:

  1. THAT WAS AWESOME. They looked so cute and they can dance. I love the fact both were barefoot and just cutting loose... perfect..

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    1. It was awesome! I've seen videos like that on YouTube, but I've never known anybody personally who rocked out their first dance like that! I should've known that it would be one of my relatives. :)

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  2. Any party that your family is having.... I want an invite.

    Dance Party!!!

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    1. Consider this comment an open invitation. I have a feeling that you would fit in just fine. :)

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  3. Their marriage is definitely going to survive. If you find the one other person willing to crank dat soulja boy with you at your wedding it's meant to be!

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    1. That should be the first thing that they tell you in pre-marriage counseling! :)

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