What are you boys doing for your Memorial Day Extravaganza?
Me and my boys are going to Six Flags Gay Day and then hitting up Raging Waters for their Gay Day. Then hitting up all the bars for their Memorial Day special DJs to dance our asses off. It's going to be epic! Going shopping for a bathing suit today. Woo la la. Laterz.
OPs flames can be seen from space.
R1, which Six Flags are you celebrating at?
Sorry, I meant OP.
Going camping in WV.
OP, your plans this weekend embody the purest expression for why we did it.
I wish you a peaceful and fun-filled weekend.
The ghost of dead US Soldier
Six Flags Great America, R2. The last time I went to their Gay Day, Kathy Griffin, Reichen Lehmhkuul and Lance Bass were their headline performers. Score!
Is there more than one Six Flags Great America? The one I know is in Gurnee, IL and their gay day is usually in September.
I only answer to Bro.
Actually going to a memorial service Sunday due to the death of my closest friend's father.
Tomorrow it will be raw and rainy in NYC, so we'll drink and sleep.
Monday is massive outdoor time if it does actually get nice.
Flying to Phoenix (right now actually) to see dad and his partner and my grandma. My dad hit the BF lottery and he flies my hubby and I in first class. Lovely!
Attending memorial services for soldiers. That also includes women.
I'll be working. Always working.
[quote]he flies my hubby and I in first class
"He flies my hubby and [italic]me[/italic] in first class".
Sounds like a nice family -- have fun!
I'm actually going to six flags here in California, then clubbing tomorrow night.
Wow, OP. What a great and meaningful way to honor our dead troops.
Is anyone barbecuing?
Have a good time OP, ignore the jealous friendless haters who would prefer that you spend the weekend grieving.
Small consolation, but me, too, R13. Me, too.
What a stupid world.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed the last Monday in May. This year it will be observed on May 27.
Moment of Silence:
Pay tribute to the U.S. men and women who died during military service.
Please observe a minute of silence at 3:00 p.m., local time.