Since the weekend is now at an end, I am going to tell you all what I did.
The short version: not much.
The longer version:
On Friday I came home and watched American Wedding, which had a couple of funny moments, but overall it wasn’t that great. But I did watch the unrated version, so I got to see some boobies.
Saturday I realized I needed to get out and run some errands, specifically I needed to get a suit. Having just received a gift certificate in the mail from Boyds for $100 off a suit of $500 or more I thought I would check them out.
I must point out that I love men’s departments in stores like Boyds. The staff there are usually old men who have been working in Menswear for longer than I have been alive, and to top it off Boyds has a very nice Big and Tall shop.
I rode the elevator up to the fourth floor, got off and was greeted by 3 salesmen. I said, to no one in particular, “I need a suit” and was directed to Tom. Tom looked at me, asked me what kind of suit I was looking for (dark pin stripes) and had me try one a coat in less than 2 minutes. I didn’t like it, and it didn’t fit so he took it off of me and get me a second jacket which fit like, well like a jacket. I tried on the pants, Tom beckoned for the tailor to come over, he marked it up for alteration and I was done. Less than 10 minutes and I had spent $700 on a suit (and yes that includes the $100 discount). However, it isn’t that bad since this will be my second suit, and I figure if you are going to get nice clothes you should get nice clothes. It is a Burberry and I will take some pictures of me in it, if anyone really cares.
I left Boyds and went to Barnes and Noble, which I recounted elsewhere, and then went home and watched Trading Spaces and read a book that I had purchased.
Today I watched Life is Beautiful and spent most of the day and night being lazy.