“So if we’re getting married…” William said. “There definitely needs to be a wild bachelor party with strippers.”
“Sure,” I said. “Let me your friends.”
Then I headed over to the supermarket to investigate my next case.
William and I, we understand each other.
While I was gone, William’s friends all dropped by.
And also my sister, who appreciates a hot female stripper as much as the next guy.
They ate our food.
William’s brother Anton showed up long enough to say that our place was a dump and leave. What a jerk.
William had to work to get the party started. Most people wanted to just stand around, eat, and talk about work. Not exactly the wild party he craved.
Enrique Weaver was so stressed about his boss that he freaked out. Or maybe he just thought William couldn’t dance.
Or maybe he thought William might not like it if he found out Enrique had just proposed to his ex-wife Beatrice.
Then it was the time they’d all been waiting for. The dancers!
Identical twins, even. I bet that gets them great tips.
Mama had her eye out for me. She watched the whole party to make sure William behaved.
When my case was done, I headed back home and broke it up.
I told the girls it was time to stop tempting my husband-to-be. They were only too glad to clock out and go home.
William followed the rules and kept his hands to himself until I got back. Probably because he knew that Mama would tattle on him.
Hmmm. If we can’t woohoo in bed, we’re going to have to invest in more woohoo-worthy furniture.
Afterward, I got the dirt on the party from Mama. She was pretty thrilled to check out the in utero grandchild.
William tried to persuade the cats that he wasn’t some kind of horrible undead monster. He was partially successful.
Then he tried to get back at Mama for boring him to death.
He went into full scary evil vampire mode.
It was quite a performance!
Mama, however, wasn’t terribly moved.
She just laughed. “You think that’s evil? You’ve got to be kidding. I do more evil than you every morning before breakfast. I’m a politician.”
It was hard for William to argue with that.
Oh, hey, random confetti! It must be time for graduation. Good thing I could wear this overcoat because I’m too pregnant to fit into my graduation gown.
William insisted on driving his fancy car to the school.
“Hey,” William said offhandedly, “your sister is really hot.”
“Oh yeah? Your brother is starting look pretty good too. We better get married right now.”
The vampire intimidate interaction is absolutely hilarious! But I haven’t seen him actually intimidate anyone with it yet.
This is the second post today, so if you didn’t see 2.4, you should go back and check.