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And Joan is the same Joan, which is a relief.
I wanted her to have an update with her clothing, because she is a partner at the office and has a new income, but I wanted to keep all of her figure-flattering silhouettes. But we modernized her quite a bit, particularly with the vest and matching skirt, which is a departure from her usual sheath dresses. The skirt was also a bit more A-line. But she’s still Joanie, and she’s still an hourglass.
How did you pick out Megan’s vacation outfits?
I looked at traditional Hawaiian printed maxi dresses, luau dresses, and caftans, that kind of thing. But I wanted Megan to have something different because she is the most fashion-forward character. I actually found a backless halter wrap maxi dress from Ranch Queen Vintage on Etsy, and that’s what she wore. She also wore a vintage bathing suit that I discovered. I wanted her to wear a lot of purple and lavender in Hawaii, because purple was a huge, huge color during this time and so it speaks to her character being very modern and fashionable.
What about those luau dancers?
I designed all of the luau costumes for the dancers and performers, and we had those built. They were all handmade for us. They’re actually belts with leaves affixed to them.
For those who follow me on Twitter and goEMAW, you know I’m transparent and rather more of an open book when it comes to my life. I can’t help it—I really can’t. I may be 27, but I feel I have the life experiences of an 80 year old. Where is this going you may be asking? Good question!
The movie Fever Pitch stars Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore, detailing how the couple fell in love the year the Red Sox won the World Series. What I like about the movie is Jimmy Fallon’s character, Ben Wrightman. Ben is a school teacher, obsessed with the Red Sox, who has had season tickets to the Red Sox ever since he was a young pup. He’s also had multiple failed relationships. Why? Because his obsession with the Red Sox is such that he schedules his life around the team.
Guess what? I’m totally that guy, and I’m not embarrassed to admit it.
I’ve had one “serious” relationship in my life and that was before I stepped foot on the campus at K-State. This comes as no surprise to me. I fell in love with that beauty of my school and dedicated my time to Kedzie Hall, Sports Radio, and Aggieville.
Here’s the truth: I care far more about the game at the end of the week, than I do going to your sister’s wedding. It’s true—I pick the game every time. Why wouldn’t you? Is there more of an endorphin-laden experience than a K-State gameday? For me, no.
There is a solution to keeping me (and other, similarly rabid K-State fans) around though, and here it is.
I’ve dated girls of all collegiate persuasions. Squawks, Shocks, Tigers, Bearcats, Golden Grizzlies (Oakland University), Cowgirls, Razorbacks, ect. You’re all cute, but damn you can be annoying! (I mean that lovingly, of course.) You just don’t get me. In that spirit, if you’re an “outsider”, and you want to date a Wildcat, here are some things you need to know.