Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Suck It, Santorum, We're Garried!



Well it's now official. Jimmy and I have tied the knot--though, because we were both really bad Boy Scouts, we had to use some tape. And just like that--poof, if you will--traditional marriages nationwide are completely meaningless. Guess what, breeders: you're gonna have to up your game. Sure, you can still have children without bureaucratic intervention, but who wants that bullsh*t? Not this gaywad. We've got a cat, and she keeps us plenty busy, with her piano lessons and kendo competitions (and sleeping).



Anyway, be warned, straight America, we're right behind you, snapping maniacally, with our ringed fingers.

Oh, and many many thanks to all our friends for their lovely messages of love and support. We love you back! And extra special thanks to Rachel Roth and Todd Colberg for being our witnesses and taking pictures. And to Sarah Pasell for the meat 'n cheese plate and blush wine!

7 comments:

avenue29 said...

I personally believe that life-long marriage between 2 people, regardless of their gender, just isn't natural. But I chose to do it because I really, really like my husband, and I was allowed to because we're straight. I'm just so glad that you can now choose it, too. And my unnatural, man-made-idea marriage doesn't feel the least bit threatened by yours. So there. Smooches to you both!

Mike E. said...

Good job.

Jorgh said...

Congrats you two. I'm jelly.

Unknown said...

holy shit. i laughed. i cried. i mean it.

xo.

Jo said...

Hey Tim I just read your book and found your blog. Thank you, thank you, thank you for making me laugh and sharing your fabulous experience, you are like a breath of fresh air. Congrats to you and Jimmy!

I don't want to blog said...

Tim congrats on your wedding. I am almost done with your book Tune in Tokyo. I love it. I lived in Japan for 7 years and I had many students that came to my home or I went to their's for conversation. I loved it. Your book has brought up many memories. Mostly good. LOL.

Tim Anderson said...

Thanks for all the good wishes, y'all! I haven't lost my wedding band yet, which is a small miracle. :)