Here’s a funny piece I completed for the Globe & Mail. It’s for an essay about a guy who isn’t ordained to conduct a wedding and struggles to find the right words to say to wed his two best friends. So, they lie about him being qualified and he conducts the wedding anyway. I like using a casually dressed man at a wedding as a metaphor for his unpolished inexperience. Side note, his friends were “officially” married before the ceremony so the wedding wasn’t fake but maybe kind of a lie?
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