Going to a Wedding

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Re: Going to a Wedding

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Mar 30, 2016 2:19 pm

takeoman wrote:Countryside weddings are great fun, provided that you are merely a guest. I made the mistake, many years ago, of agreeing to stand in for my brother in law's deceased father. It was the full three day affair and ever time I tried to snatch some sleep a disembodied voice would boom out "the bridegrooms parents come'" and I'd have to stagger back for yet more ceremonies and photographs. I am now dreading my step daughters up and coming nuptials in May. I will naturally issue a general invitation to all you CEO ers, safe in the knowledge that none of you will turn up. :hattip:
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Re: Going to a Wedding

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Mar 30, 2016 2:22 pm

ExPenhMan wrote:Here I thought Jamie was going to a rice paddy wedding. Little did we know. LOL Nice table companions.
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Re: Going to a Wedding

Post by kiwiincambodia » Wed Mar 30, 2016 2:35 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:
takeoman wrote:Countryside weddings are great fun, provided that you are merely a guest. I made the mistake, many years ago, of agreeing to stand in for my brother in law's deceased father. It was the full three day affair and ever time I tried to snatch some sleep a disembodied voice would boom out "the bridegrooms parents come'" and I'd have to stagger back for yet more ceremonies and photographs. I am now dreading my step daughters up and coming nuptials in May. I will naturally issue a general invitation to all you CEO ers, safe in the knowledge that none of you will turn up. :hattip:
ill come!! 8) :good:
I'll come as well.

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Re: Going to a Wedding

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Mar 30, 2016 2:46 pm

kiwiincambodia wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
takeoman wrote:Countryside weddings are great fun, provided that you are merely a guest. I made the mistake, many years ago, of agreeing to stand in for my brother in law's deceased father. It was the full three day affair and ever time I tried to snatch some sleep a disembodied voice would boom out "the bridegrooms parents come'" and I'd have to stagger back for yet more ceremonies and photographs. I am now dreading my step daughters up and coming nuptials in May. I will naturally issue a general invitation to all you CEO ers, safe in the knowledge that none of you will turn up. :hattip:
ill come!! 8) :good:
I'll come as well.

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The Wedding Crashers!
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