This quote comes from the lovely blogger, and clearly very considerate wedding guest, “The Groom With a View”. He’s really tellin’ it like it is, isn’t he? Hey man, guess what, you are at a wedding, not some magical open bar you happened to stumble upon! It’s a ceremony as well as a celebration! To most of the people there, people who supposedly care about the couple joining for life, seeing them share a symbolic moment with their parents is touching. It might make them think of their own parents and consider how grateful they are for everything they have done for them over the years. You know, the whole feeding, clothing and sheltering thing? Moments like this are few and far between in life, moments of pure celebration and love with your family. My dad passed away when I was fifteen, but I sure would’ve loved to dance with him on my wedding day. And if my Dad had looked over and seen “A Groom with a View” rolling his eyes at our dance while he drank the scotch that we were paying for, well let’s just say the “View” would have changed drastically.
TRICIA KICKS ASS. Also, I’ve decided, after reading all these stupid things that idiots do for their weddings, I’d like to get married in the middle of the woods and then call people from there and whoever can show up at the time is fine and then we’ll open a cage door that will hold 20 bunnies and start the ceremony and then the bunnies’ feeding trough will be the fucking alter.