What A Wonderful Night Essay

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As I look back at a picture taken a few weeks ago and I smile. I rememeber the whole evening like it was yesterday. The wether, the atmosphere, the ocassion even the smells and tastes of the night. It was a night of anticipation, joy laughter, and drunken fun. As I look at my four friends and myself I can remember why we all look the way we do. Ryan trying to get in the picture, Joanna with a smile of innocence and kindness, jeff with a look of happiness yet evil, laura can?t stop laughing, and me just happy to be surrounder by such great people. The night was glorious as five friends engulfed in happiness and joy.The night started off with my good friend jeff who we call ?worm?. Jeff is about five foot five and weighs about 140 lbs. He has a little boy looking face with brown eyes and brown hair and a baby go to on his labrete which is black. He dresses like he?s from Hollywood. That night he was wearing a white Calvin Klein shirt which had grey stripes and flowers sewen into it. He wore diesel jeans which fit him beautifully; not to tight and not to loose. He looked so handsome (well for him). He and I went to the Marriott hotel in Irvine at about 4:30pm on a hot sunny Saturday afternoon. We had his new black civic valet and a concierege in a white and red suit with gold trim check us in and help with our bags. We got into the huge, gold encrusted, 15 floor elevator and rode it to the eleventh floor. The room had two queen size beds with floral bed spreads, and a coffe table with two chairs in the corner. There was a enormous desk made of dark red wood with a silver and gold lamp resting on top in front of a big, red and gold leather Donald Trump looking type of chair. About two hours after the two of us arrived my fiancee ryan and my friends laura and Joanna came to the hotel.Ryan is a beautiful man. He is built like a body builder. The definition in his body is so nice. Muscles in his arms so big that I can?t even wrap my hands around them, the same goes for the rest of his muscle engulfed body. He had brown hair baby blue eyes which turn green when he?s wearing dartker colors, straight white teeth and also has a go.t. on his labrete. He was wearing a blue, purple, white, and pink striped Calvin Klein shirt with nice fitting jeans. Laura looks like an exotic beauty. She has blond hair with dark undertones, baby blus big eyes, a smile for days and olive colored skin on a rock hard body. As in the picture she a tounge ring which at the time was gold. Laura wore a skin tight, belly showing, butterfly shaped, backless, clevage showing black shirt and a pair of tight low rise jeans. She looked very sexy for the night. Joanna has an innocent look to her. Brown curious eyes, a sweet little smile, light brown long hair and a small petite body. That night she was in a tight black spaghetti strap shirt and a tight little mini skirt, which showed off her muscular cross country legs. I have short, punk rock, dark brown hair, dark, big, mysterious, brown...

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