Bill Murray as Steve Zissou in Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic
An expert in showing up in unexpected places and doing things that result in stories no one will ever believe (refer to evidence above), Bill struck again over this Memorial Day weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. But thankfully for us all, a camera was rolling.
This time around, Bill didn’t kiss a lone guy in elevator and say, “no one will ever believe you” as he exited and the doors closed. Nor did he shoot a video of an epic slow motion walking scene with a fan who just asked for an autograph. No, on this occasion Mr. Murray crashed a bachelor party and imparted some great advice on a group of guys.
The video is shaky, but the wisdom of Bill Murray is as solid as a rock. Here’s what Bill had to say about love and finding the right woman to marry
Come on — Bill Murray giving advice on love and travel! For me, it doesn’t get much better. Just put in your airport code in place of JFK and you’ve got yourself a Bill Murray-approved way to knowing if the woman of your dreams is truly the right woman for you.
Watch the video for yourself below. Bill’s advice on travel and love starts at 0:56.
Here’s the video description from YouTube so you know the full story.
In the video above, you see shape-shifting coyote trickster god Bill Murray walking in on a bachelor party in Charleston, dishing out some advice to everyone EXCEPT the groom. Here’s reader Stephen with the background:
“Over Memorial Day weekend, 20 of my buddies from Boston College got together in Charleston for our friend EJ’s bachelor party. At one point during dinner at a steakhouse, one guy goes to the bathroom downstairs and sees Bill Murray sitting with some people with a fishing vest on. We talked to the waiter to see if we could send him some drinks, to which Bill declined. One of my buddies then went down and asked if he’d come up and say a few words for EJ and got a “No thanks.” My buddy comes back up dejected and tells us it’s not going to happen. Two minutes later, Bill fucking Murray walks into the room and gives this speech.
Bill Murray’s job now is to pop up in random spots and make your day, and he’s gotten so, so good at it. His advice is excellent, by the way. “You know how they say funerals aren’t for the dead but for the living? …”