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  • 71 54
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 2:23pm

    The wedding that I'm a bridesmaid in is a dry wedding. Which is why I'm bedazzling my flask with the wedding colors and if anyone stops me I'll just say that's not grey goose. It's French water

  • 80 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 4:11pm

    thats just torture. I'm sorry you had to go through that.

  • 70 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:50am

    why would you ever have a dry wedding ceremony? Weddings are supposed to be fun... I feel sorry you had to attend such a wack event.

  • 62 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:43pm

    Did they have juice boxes and pb and j sammmiches??

  • 69 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:57am

    I like to drink and have a good time, I'm from Wisconsin! But I think a dry wedding is not a bad idea especially during these times, some people simply can't afford booze or even don't believe in drinking, it will prove who cares enough to attend your wedding sober

  • 67 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 3:50pm

    ugh I was forced to attend a dry wedding recently, the most boring time of my life. Good thing I kept the kush in the glove box. Without that I may have died. Oh and it was sooo wrong of the bar to serve soda in glasses with tiny bar straws that for a quick second I thought they were actually serving alcohol. Don't ever put your family and friends through a dry wedding, its pretty much torture

  • 56 50
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 16, 09 at 8:05am

    This is why flasks were made kids.

  • 60 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:19pm

    lmao i love the soviet russia guy..he makes my day :)

  • 56 53
    Submitted by dush6 on Jul 20, 10 at 10:13am

    Amazes me how some people associate alcohol and having fun. I drink but I prefer weddings, such as my sisters in June, to be dry not just a crazy party. Weddings are supposed to be about unions and memories, not booze

    • 43 58
      Submitted by drunkypants on Jun 8, 11 at 5:39am

      I first read that as "unicorns and memories", but your actual post was much less interesting.

  • 59 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:48pm

    Baptist and church of Christ weddings don't have booze at the reception. Or dancing. Glad Im Catholic

  • 70 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:34am

    Alcohol is a culperate of marriage

  • 55 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 17, 09 at 7:19pm

    maybe you should try getting married after the age of 21

  • 59 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 5:36pm

    Actually in the state of Pennsylvania being intoxicated in any way makes the vows null and void. Should 2 recovering alcoholics have to pay for everyone else to get drunk at their wedding when they can't. Weddings suck but I quite frankly dont want people there who are only worried about the booze

  • 67 83
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:37am

    This is just stupid.

  • 55 76
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 12:48pm

    Hey 10:57 you're an idiot!!!

  • 52 72
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 7:14pm

    I think it's hilarious how people think that drinking makes them an adult.

  • 58 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 6:49pm

    I would love to have a dry wedding, it would keep the memories beautiful instead of filled with drunks