The longer you’ve been married, it just gets harder to remember stuff.
I mean hell, I’ve only been married for two years and I still find myself forgetting stuff. To be fair, once you get married, you’re entitled to forget all those other dates… first kiss, first date, proposal date… only the big day matters. But still, throw in birthdays, family anniversaries, I mean, I forget about my own birthday half the time.
To the men out there, write that shit down. It’ll save you from a world of hurt.
Unless, your wife doesn’t remember anything either.
Matthew McConaughey Making A 13-Minute Margarita Order
Another day, another look inside the life of Matthew McConaughey.
Mr. Alright Alright Alright himself made a virtual appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show a few days ago, which ironically enough, was guest hosted by Trisha Yearwoodand Garth Brooks (I like that).
They kick off the convo as Trisha and McConaughey discuss his starring role in the video for her hit song “Walkaway Joe,” with Trisha joking that she basically “started his career” – and now he’s more famous than she is.
The conversation ranges from family life, to cooking, to his best selling book Greenlights.
But then, he finally gives us the story we’ve all been waiting for:
How he met his wife, Camila.
McConaughey tells Mrs. Yearwood and G about being at a club one night when approached the bar for a drink. He got stuck behind a guy he described with a “Rasta hat, long curly blonde hair, short sleeve shirt, shorts, and flip flops” who was going through a 13-minute long recipe of what kind of margarita he wanted from the bartender.
(I want to go to whatever kind of club McConaughey is hanging out in).
And as he was waiting for the guy to finish his ridiculous drink order, McConaughey began to hit it off with his future wife in line.
I bet he’s thankful for that guy in the Rasta hat now, especially because (plot twist) McConaughey was the guy in the Rasta hat and flip flops ordering a ridiculous margarita.
Check out the full interview here:
And since we’re at it, take a look at one of McConaughey’s original acting performances in Trisha’s “Walkaway Joe” music video: