Saturday, June 11, 2011

Did I Forget To Mention?

I really, really, truly fucking HATE weddings?


Especially my own..

Thank goodness I am not overly involved with this one either.
The one saving grace of being a guy.

So far, my instructions are;
 show up, sober, in a suit.

Two out of three anyone?







21 comments:

  1. Reasonably sober? That should be good enough.

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  2. You can manage all three! I hope you post pictures.

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  3. Nasty Girl10:08 PM

    Do you know what I hate? I hate this post! Which two out of those three instructions are you going to follow huh? I don't think it's too much to ask that you be sober for one day. But I'm not gonna make you do anything you don't want to do. It's your day too and I don't want to do anything to ruin it. I hope that you wouldn't want to do anything to ruin mine either.

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  4. Anonymous10:09 PM

    Married over 35 years Busted. In all that time I have to keep looking at a wedding plate so I don't forget my anniversary. I think it is a guy thing.
    But I married the right woman.
    I had the most remembered reception by a lot of people who attended. All set up by the ladies. Go with it and have a ball.
    TJ (You know the rest)

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  5. Planter10:15 PM

    Don't do it.

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  6. Nasty Girl12:10 AM

    Fuck you, planter. and actually fuck IT! Nobody's forcin ya. If you hate it so much then maybe you shouldn't do it. And I don't understand your attitude right now. The post before this Don't Believe, curse the day that you were born? Why? You have it good right now. A good relationship, a good woman, a job. Why would you not believe in anyone and curse the day you were born? I don't understand.

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  7. The secret to a lasting relationship (marriage) is two little words... "yes Dear".

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  8. Wait, what? You're getting married? Did the Sun rise in the West yesterday?

    Actually, I went to a wedding where the groom showed up and he was hung over like a motherfucker. He had to sit down twice and, at one point, during this full-blown Catholic wedding, he got up and ran into the back to find a bathroom for barfing. (His bride was left kneeling before the Duty Child Molester.)

    Why she subsequently refrained from disemboweling him with the cake knife, I'll never know.

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  9. I think all the morose things from him are the result of drinking. By now, he should be married or free to do as he pleases without regard to anyone's feelings. I suspect he will be sober, in a suit, and show up.

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  10. Do yourselves a favor. Go to Jamaica, get hitched there, and throw a cookout for your friends when you get home.

    Congrats!

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  11. Nasty Girl12:36 PM

    Yes, you're right. And I should not have spoke in anger and not in public. And while he is free to do as he pleases, I am not the type to tell my significant other what to do, you still do need to be considerate of each others feelings. And I know he will show up, in a suit, and hopefully sober. I'm sorry baby, I overreacted. I just need to see you. I miss you. I do love you so. Smooch.

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  12. Nasty Girl12:44 PM

    I would love to go to Jamaica, but we can't afford it. He did just want a simple ceremony with just us but that kinda changed as soon as the family found out. I would not be opposed to that but I kinda like the idea of professing my love for him in front of our whole family and friends. I went to Reno for my first wedding and that didn't work out too well. And it was lame. I don't want to do that again.

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  13. NG, he made his statement in public. I think you were quite within your rights to reply in the same place. You were not mean or demanding. Besides, once married, I believe that autonomy is given up on both sides. Both people need to know when they are overstepping boundaries. You have not. I think he overstepped boundaries but publicly insinuating you were not going to get the three little things you asked of him for just a few hours. If you had demanded all three forever, I would have thought you were quite demanding. No, you are not. You have a right to have some control in this wedding, okay, all the control...lol...jk

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  14. Planter1:59 PM

    NG said "I am not the type to tell my significant other what to do" - but you will become one post knot tying, it's a genetic thing, don't sweat it, you have no control over it, similar really to the OB.

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  15. Heh heh heh.
    thanks for swinging by comrade.
    As for everyone else. Salud.

    I am going to marry this woman and I will damn well do it my way.
    Thanks fer stopping by.

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  16. Planter6:05 PM

    Good luck and all the best for the future!

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  17. Heh heh heh.
    thanks for swinging by comrade.


    What can I say? Things have been, well, interesting recently. And not in ways that are either terribly good nor bloggable.

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  18. 2 outta 3?

    So, yer sayin the suits a goner?

    ;-)

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  19. Who in the blue hell wants to be sober at their own friggin wedding? I wasn't and neither was the Ball n Chain.

    Of course we married in Vegas..and an Elvis Impersonator did the nuptials. Great fun was had by all in attendance.

    But..I did make him wear a suit..first and last time I have seen him in one and we have been married ten years. ;)

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  20. Honest to God, show up! Obviously the other two are a given........

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  21. Congratulations, Busted! And if this woman is willing to put up with your

    FUCKING BULLSHIT,

    you are one damn lucky motherfucker. That is all.

    Love and kisses,

    Fran / BG

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