A Real Conversation With My Father

Right before my wedding in January, my dad and I had a conversation about the suit he was going to wear to the big day. While all of the other males involved were renting suits, he decided to buy one. What follows is the conversation we had regarding the situation:

Just what I want to think of on the wedding day.

Dad: Yeah, I’m going to buy a suit for the wedding.

Me: Huh? Why? You could just rent one with the other guys and then you’ll match exactly.

Dad: Nah, I’d rather buy one. Besides, I need a suit anyway.

Me: Huh?

Dad: You know, to be buried in.

Me: Nice, dad.

Dad: What? It’s true.

Me: *Silence*

Some things need no editorializing.

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