Source: Martha Stewart Weddings
Your best bro is getting hitched, or as you like to think, “another good man bites the dust.” You’d take down a zombie posse to protect this dude, so naturally you’ll do the ultimate wingman duty and stand by his side as he ditches singledom for good. You already know what happens at a bachelor party in Vegas stays in Vegas and you have been told you look good in a tux. Cakewalk. You got this. But take heed from best men past: There’s a little more that goes into this honorable job of being a best man than taking a few shots for the wedding team.
You have to say, “yes”—a lot.
What happened to Iron Man, the guy who could singlehandedly open a beer bottle top with his teeth and debut his bare, painted chest in 30-degree weather? He seems to have been replaced by a shirt-tucking, hair-parting prepster who really did not like it when you told him his pink whale-clad cummerbund reminded you of your grandmother’s toilet seat cover. This new version of your BFF is suddenly sensitive and left his sense of humor back in college.