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wow 17:15 - Apr 11 with 1659 viewsPendejo

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/lifestyle/wedding/outraged-bride-calls-off-wedding-as-s

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wow on 17:29 - Apr 11 with 1608 viewscatch74

Blimey!

One of my good friends married my wife’s best friend (since childhood.)
We all knew he was mucking around and she had someone else on the go before the wedding. A few of her friends chatted to her at her hen do and she openly said she wasn’t sure about the wedding. She then explained to her mum, a few days before the wedding, that she wasn’t sure. Her mums response was ‘you will be getting married.’
The parents had funded the whole wedding to the tune of £50k. It went ahead, they went on honeymoon, came back & never spent another night together. They rather acrimoniously went their separate ways, made our friendships difficult too.

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wow on 17:31 - Apr 11 with 1600 viewsEireannach_gorm

'We'd sacrificed so much and only asked each guest for around $1500'.
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wow on 17:32 - Apr 11 with 1591 viewsPJH

wow on 17:29 - Apr 11 by catch74

Blimey!

One of my good friends married my wife’s best friend (since childhood.)
We all knew he was mucking around and she had someone else on the go before the wedding. A few of her friends chatted to her at her hen do and she openly said she wasn’t sure about the wedding. She then explained to her mum, a few days before the wedding, that she wasn’t sure. Her mums response was ‘you will be getting married.’
The parents had funded the whole wedding to the tune of £50k. It went ahead, they went on honeymoon, came back & never spent another night together. They rather acrimoniously went their separate ways, made our friendships difficult too.


Hope you didn't miss an ITFC game for the wedding.

I missed a home game against Everton once for my ex brother in laws wedding and that marriage was over by the time they came back from honeymoon-don't think it was the same wedding as yours* though.

*yours meaning the wedding that you are talking about, not your wedding.
[Post edited 11 Apr 2019 17:33]
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wow on 17:33 - Apr 11 with 1586 viewscaught-in-limbo

You must have sat at your computer with your eyes shut and clicked randomly on your mouse for about an hour to get to that page.

Wow



BTW: I laughed at "MADE OF HONOUR".

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wow on 17:38 - Apr 11 with 1570 viewsSwansea_Blue

wow on 17:29 - Apr 11 by catch74

Blimey!

One of my good friends married my wife’s best friend (since childhood.)
We all knew he was mucking around and she had someone else on the go before the wedding. A few of her friends chatted to her at her hen do and she openly said she wasn’t sure about the wedding. She then explained to her mum, a few days before the wedding, that she wasn’t sure. Her mums response was ‘you will be getting married.’
The parents had funded the whole wedding to the tune of £50k. It went ahead, they went on honeymoon, came back & never spent another night together. They rather acrimoniously went their separate ways, made our friendships difficult too.


Woah. The pressure put on people sometimes is just nuts. I certainly felt it, although it was more me feeling there was an expectation to ‘do the right thing’ as it was nowhere near as explicit as that. That’s just nuts. £50k too, that’s just silly.

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wow on 18:09 - Apr 11 with 1517 viewsMelford

I think my sister had the best idea. Just the two of them ***ked off to Gretna Green and got married on the quiet. Then came back and told everybody what they had done and had a massive party. No stress or hassle for anyone.

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wow on 18:20 - Apr 11 with 1492 viewsfooters

Just take her to a Harvester and have done with it. If she doesn't like a carvery she's a wrong'un.

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wow on 19:51 - Apr 11 with 1396 viewsjeera

wow on 17:38 - Apr 11 by Swansea_Blue

Woah. The pressure put on people sometimes is just nuts. I certainly felt it, although it was more me feeling there was an expectation to ‘do the right thing’ as it was nowhere near as explicit as that. That’s just nuts. £50k too, that’s just silly.


The prospect of it working probably not helped either by them both shagging someone else.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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wow on 19:57 - Apr 11 with 1391 viewsjeera

What is it with some people and their weddings?

My niece, who is usually quite a sweet natured girl, if not a little selfish at times, become a complete loon leading up to her wedding.

Even her mum, my sister, began referring to her as Bridezilla, such was her sense of self-importance and entitlement.

Little brat.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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wow on 20:35 - Apr 11 with 1346 viewscatch74

wow on 17:38 - Apr 11 by Swansea_Blue

Woah. The pressure put on people sometimes is just nuts. I certainly felt it, although it was more me feeling there was an expectation to ‘do the right thing’ as it was nowhere near as explicit as that. That’s just nuts. £50k too, that’s just silly.


Ridiculous amount to spend on a wedding, they learnt the hard way too! Too proud cancel, I guess embarrassment with family all invited etc.

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wow on 20:43 - Apr 11 with 1333 viewscatch74

wow on 17:32 - Apr 11 by PJH

Hope you didn't miss an ITFC game for the wedding.

I missed a home game against Everton once for my ex brother in laws wedding and that marriage was over by the time they came back from honeymoon-don't think it was the same wedding as yours* though.

*yours meaning the wedding that you are talking about, not your wedding.
[Post edited 11 Apr 2019 17:33]


Funnily enough the wedding date was a poor choice, England v Portugal 2006.

They initially weren’t going to show, then relented and allowed a screen, threw their timings into turmoil.

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wow on 20:51 - Apr 11 with 1321 viewsPJH

wow on 20:43 - Apr 11 by catch74

Funnily enough the wedding date was a poor choice, England v Portugal 2006.

They initially weren’t going to show, then relented and allowed a screen, threw their timings into turmoil.


I think someone had a radio so we were able to keep up to date with the Ipswich v Everton game.It was in 1982 or 1983.
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wow on 21:01 - Apr 11 with 1306 viewspinewoodblueboy

wow on 18:09 - Apr 11 by Melford

I think my sister had the best idea. Just the two of them ***ked off to Gretna Green and got married on the quiet. Then came back and told everybody what they had done and had a massive party. No stress or hassle for anyone.


Did the same second time. Gretna, casual & done & dusted in 15 minutes. Drove up to Edinburgh for honeymoon after. Bloody wonderful.
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wow on 21:13 - Apr 11 with 1276 viewsjas0999

This is a wind up ...surely ...
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