Privileges, like being the line leader, are awarded to you on your special day. There is also singing and blowing out of candles (or rather a candle - and it took him a couple of times but eventually he did get it blown out).
And there is even cake (provided by me of course)...
which Jack ultimately chose not to eat because he would get messy (what can I say? - he is his mother's son);
however, Beau could have cared less if it made him messy (he, without a doubt, is his father's son).And by the way, have I mentioned I believe in prearranged marriages? When Beau turns 30, this is who he is allowed to marry.Dayona is a sassy little thing who will surely keep Beau in line (plus, I really like her parents).