Just because I don't have anything specific to write about doesn't mean that I won't further victimize you with my opinions.
A few quick-hitters. Some of them are even wedding-related.
quickly realizing that the only negotiable pieces of a wedding
reception are chairs and alcohol. Beyond that, you're pretty much dead
where you stand.
And the question is really dealing with an
inverse relationship between the two, namely "Can we get our guests
drunk enough to know that we're cheaping-out on chairs?"
found myself in a tweeting-circle with a bunch of established wedding
bloggers, planners, etc. on Twitter and am constantly surprised how nice
they are to one another despite being direct competitors. It's like my
real job except the exact opposite in every way. There isn't another
market in the world where competitors are this nice to one another. Not
that any of them deserve it, but just once I'd like to see a tweet that
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Apple Fritters look like your lower-intestines. Which is appropriate
because that is the part of your body they're going to do murderous
-You know how your fiancee has a
19-year-old friend named Stephanie whom you've never met but you're in
touch with every 3 or 4 days? No. Yeah me neither. Totally don't know
what you're talking about. And it totally isn't creepy in the
-The Hampton Inn in Missoula, MT has a
readerboard outside that says, "Come as a stranger and leave as
family." Translation: the bellboy intends to knock you up.
Even if you're male.
have a great dry cleaner, but he doesn't really speak English. So I
get really frustrated when he asks me questions that require an
explanation. Today's exchange was:
Him: Hey! We don't see you lately!
Me: Yeah, I work from home now, so don't do as much dry-cleaning.
Him: Oh, you take cleaning somewhere else?
Me: No, I just don't wear dress shirts anymore.
Him: Oh, you bring shirts somewhere else?
Me: (Stepping into traffic.)
saw a wedding venue online that was setup like "theater-in-the-round."
Note to bridesmaids--you may want to increase the normal "one week of
exercise and a crash-diet" model for your prep for that one.
-Just overheard in the bar at Famous Dave's BBQ in Missoula:
Woman: "What types of cabernet do you have?"
Bartender: "We have Kendall Jackson, 14 Hands, Sutter Home...I think that's it."
Woman: "Oh...none of those are from the Sonoma Coast, are they?"
Bartender: "I don't know...but don't think so."
Woman: "Okay. I'll just have a white zin."
-I heard a guy in ?Georgia maybe? got two DUIs in a night. Consider the new standard set.
noticed a lot of wedding blogs are about invitations. Is this really
important? I mean--do people really have a tough time convincing others
to let them buy them a $300/plate dinner and grant them access an open
And has anyone in history looked at a wedding invitation
and said, "These colors are not complimentary. I'm not going to the
wedding of my step-sister Elaine."?
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