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September 01, 2006

WHY WE LOVE WEDDINGS

They're so romantic.

(Thanks to many people)

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first!
and wow, what a catch!

Nothing says "forever" like a restraining order filed on your wedding night.

Obviously a disgruntled Red Sox fan.

*ducks*

Hey, a simul with KDF! :-) Found any office supplies in your mojitos lately, girly?

I bet divorce papers have already been filed. He's going to spend more than a few nights in the crossbar holtel.

Cheryl,

There's another kind?

Remove that extra "l".

KDF, at least they had a nite to remember!

Phil, he actually filed for divorce. I was one of the many that sent this and in the article I read...he had filed ...

Isn't it romantic....?

Awww....ain't that sweet?

An old saying -

"Women get married thinking the man will change.
Men get married thinking the woman won't"

In other reception news: The jug band, complete with banjo, played a rousing edition of "Washboard Slim" for the bride and groom to dance to, with the best man filling in for the groom, as he was unfortunately unable to perform. After the cake, built entirely out of twinkies and hohos, the guests were treated to the garter toss, also performed by the best man, during which the brides lovely bright pink polka dotted underthings were spotted.

So, he's available?

this was a three year old report from K-fed and Britney's wedding, wasnt it?

Actually, it was pretty thoughtful of the couple.

At least this way, the guests could take their gifts with them as they evacuated the crime scene.

good morning blog!!

good morning Betsi!!

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After posting bail, Gendron was arrested again later that night after violating a restraining order filed by his new wife.
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The word "annulment" comes to mind.

After posting bail, Gendron was arrested again later that night after violating a restraining order filed by his new wife.

And they said it wouldn't last.

Oh yeah...

extremely loud snorkage @ Paris!

First time that a mug shot could do double duty as a wedding photo.

"upset and disheveled"

Now that could be painful, especially on your wedding night...oh wait a minute, they never made it to the weeding night, did they?

{{{Cheryl!}}}

That was a very special, one-time-only blue rubber band, my friend. I have not seen one since, even though I have closely examined many a mojito.

I bet if we had looked more carefully, we would have noticed the image of the Virgin Mary in the arrangement of the rum-soaked mint leaves.

D'oh! Missed opportunities. Dang it.

Now that could be painful, especially on your wedding night...oh wait a minute, they never made it to the weeding night, did they?

Bill, I don't normally like to point out what I think might be typos. On the other hand, I think you may have special insight here. If they started the weeding earlier, this might have never happened. Refreshment table would be cleaned out, though.

Ah...the traditional Filing of the Restraining Order! Who says romance is dead?

♫ The Groom wacks the cops
The Bride files the order
Hi, ho, the derry-oh
Is the beer all gone? ♪

The cops did show up at our wedding. Cuz..it was at a court house. \o/

so ... they got married ... reception followed ... he got MAJORLY drunk and boisterous and arrested ... and she had time to find a judge and petition for a restraining order and get it filed AND SERVED ... all in one day?

Nah.

I'll be she had the restraining order in place before they got married ... that's the only way it could've werked ...

Good one, Meanie.

So, they're celebrating their anniversary on the Jerry Springer show?

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