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08-04-2021, 15:37   #46
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Why bother even saying anything then?
Because it never happened... Dreams/ reality Ted.
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08-04-2021, 15:38   #47
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Bride knocked back a bottle of vodka and wine before she even got to the ceremony.

Wedding delayed as she was fed coffee, was in no state to walk so the wedding took place on chairs.

It was an outstanding wedding.
Mad altogether. I would imagine that this fact could be used as a basis for an annullment later on if one of them wanted.
I mean, signing a legal contract you are meant to be in your right state of mind. while fúcked off of your head drunk, you are hardly in a fit state to be signing a legal contract that quite literally signs your life away.
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Mad altogether. I would imagine that this fact could be used as a basis for an annullment later on if one of them wanted.
I mean, signing a legal contract you are meant to be in your right state of mind. while fúcked off of your head drunk, you are hardly in a fit state to be signing a legal contract that quite literally signs your life away.
I'd say you had the solicitor up on the altar to witness you signing the forms!
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08-04-2021, 15:41   #49
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Mad altogether. I would imagine that this fact could be used as a basis for an annullment later on if one of them wanted.
I mean, signing a legal contract you are meant to be in your right state of mind. while fúcked off of your head drunk, you are hardly in a fit state to be signing a legal contract that quite literally signs your life away.
Well unless you were on a 3-month bender, you'd have to have given it at least some sober thought in advance!
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Didn't ruin the wedding but was at a one where the the best man started the speech by listing all the great times he had with the groom, the big nights out and the casual pints etc, the times they had buzzing around together from school till now. Everyone waited for the punchline but it never came, the more he talked to more emotional he got. He never mentioned the bride or anyone else apart from the groom. Felt like a breakup
Was the best man called Ross?
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I'm also realising how dull my circle of friends must be - have enjoyed most of the weddings I've been to and can't think of anything overly dramatic at any of them.
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My husband wasn't going to make a speech at our wedding, but he was a bit jarred by the time we got to the speeches and decided to wing it. He thanked my family and said it was a shame my older brother couldn't be there, but we would see him soon - except he used my dead dad's name instead of brother's. There was a pause and he tried to back up and have another go, and said my dad's name, again. Then he got flustered and started trying to apologise so I shouted "Just sit down!" He did a sort of mic drop and scurried back to the table. No harm done really but the whole top table were mortified for him.
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I was told that at the wedding of my ex from years ago, some of the members of the brides family (cousin and a sister) had a huge row in the toilet and one of them ended up biting a chunk of ear off the other.
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Didn't ruin the wedding but was at a one where the the best man started the speech by listing all the great times he had with the groom, the big nights out and the casual pints etc, the times they had buzzing around together from school till now. Everyone waited for the punchline but it never came, the more he talked to more emotional he got. He never mentioned the bride or anyone else apart from the groom. Felt like a breakup
I'm laughing at that, even though I guess it wasn't funny for those concerned.
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Really enjoying this thread - Something about weddings going off the rails is soooo entertaining, thanks OP !

I'll remember the below post from 2008 until the day I die.

It basically encapsulates the whole notion of some entitled Moron deciding that the day of their wedding is "their special day" and losing their moral compass completely and utterly along the way.

https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...9&postcount=58

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OK I didn't attend this wedding & may be going off on a bridezilla tangent but my friend told me this story.

Big lavish wedding, 100+. guests. One guest,a relative, was wheelchair bound and had a foreign carer. So during the dinner a friend of the groom is outside having a smoke. The smoking area just happens to be underneath a window into the Ladies toilets. He overhears the bride complaining that the wheelchaired relative was ruining the "look" of her wedding and bitching that she had to pay for the carer's dinner!!

Just imagine if the groom had heard her - could have been a 4 hour marriage!

Haven't been to many weddings, so don't have any horror stories..
PS Page 1 of this thread for anyone who needs more of the above type of matrimonial carnage

https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...p?t=2055390814
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Was at a wedding where the best man said as part of his speech "This marriage will be like a league season, half played at home and half played away" at which stage the bride starting bawling crying and had to be escorted away. The best man was alluding to the fact that the groom was always "playing the field" but it turned out the bride was having an affair for years and 1 of their children wasn't his, the whole wedding just finished then, no band, dance or anything, everyone just went to the bar, up town or home.
This is why my best man was instructed “no funnies”. Stupid speech anyway even if he didn’t know about the wife.
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I was at this wedding where the ex girlfriend flew over from New York and turned up at the ceremony. Just before hand she tells the groom that she loved him, but he rejects her and decides to go ahead anyway. Then in the middle of the vows, he says her name instead of the bride's! Hilarity ensues.

Marriage didn't last. He ended up with the ex in the end after a few years.
Where their names Ross and Rachel?
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Check out this thread following a post by a user detailing a ruined Wedding in a Thread called 'The most self entitled thing you've ever seen'

https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...2&postcount=17
I feel quite queasy after reading that.
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Jesus. That brown wedding.

Put it in a movie and nobody would accept it. Extreme.
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