It is Sunday night at roughly 10PM as I start to write this. My eyes are very tired, my body feels week, and I’m not all that excited to go to work tomorrow simply because I didn’t get much sleep this weekend and I know it will be a busy day. But I imagine that Young Randall feels quite differently. I imagine that his eyes are awake and are dancing at the memories of the weekend that was. I imagine that he smiles even when he’s not trying to simply because he’s so happy. If I could go back in time and become one person in history, I would want to become Young Randall on Saturday night. But let’s not skip over some of the other details. Let’s start at the beginning.
I am going to try to retrace my steps and remember what actually happened as it was quite the blur. I’m sure Eddy Zucko will add the details that I forget as he’s wont to do.
Saturday Night – Honor And Integrity
Saturday night was to be the night where all the debauchery happened. It was the evening where all the guys were to meet up at the strip club and help Young Randall have the time of his life. It’s usually the last ditch effort for the fellas to get together and celebrate bachelorhood just one more time. And I’m here to give you all of the inside details as to what happened.
The girls had the mindset that us guys were going to have naked flesh in our faces all night. And I could see why they would think that. That’s what a strip club is. But it didn’t happen that way. It didn’t happen that way because of one man and one man only. That man was Young Randall. Young Randall decided that he wanted his last days of bachelorhood to be full of integrity. When we got to the strip club, he set the tone. If integrity and honor was what he wanted, we had to follow his lead.
When we arrived, Young Randall actually asked the first stripper he saw to put her clothes back on. Only until she let him know that she’d get fired if she actually did that, did Young Randall agree that she could keep her clothes off. He didn’t want her to lose her job. He knew that she had to make an honest living. It was only then when she told him that this job carried her through college, did Young Randall decide to give her his money. As we did as our leader did. We carried ourselves with integrity.