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December 31, 2019


Florida newlyweds Jeff and Darcy chose to flip a coin at their nuptials to choose their last name.

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)


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Which of them is kicking and which is... um... receiving?

I suppose if the coin had landed on edge, they would have hyphenated?

As Anton Chigurh said in No Country For Old Men: "What is the most you ever lost on a coin toss?"

SO many red flags here. First, since when does economics cause anybody to think about fairness?

Second, who does a pre-proposal serenade by playing "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", and on VIOLINS to boot?

And who seals the deal with BREAD?

"Florida Man, do you take this Florida woman...?"

They got their 15 minutes of fame...

Heads they win, tails we lose.

I should have done this when I got married. My last name was a fairly common last name. My ex is from Holland and I ended up with an eleven letter name that no one can pronounce or spell.

Cindy, we have a customer who hyphenated her name upon marriage, although I don't know why. Because it's just too close to "Rumpelstiltskin" for comfort.

This is how Harvey Dent will decide when he gets married.

I suggest that couples flip a coin to see if they should get married. I'm not sure any other process is superior.

Sir Coughed up bucks to Ms. Floozy.

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