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In keeping with my dare to be different approach to my wedding, thoughts on this look

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dinner jackets for a wedding are quite daring these days. I say go for it.
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Not daring or different enough
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Not daring or different enough

what would you say would be

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What would Steve Harvey do?
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LOL  WWSH

 

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Arming yourself with a handgun at your wedding would be daring indeed.
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Actually, now that I glance at the Scott Disick photos, I think that wearing a scowl on your wedding day would be very daring, but I cannot recommend that. You might try the 'perplexed and befuddled' look that you'll soon adopt as a hapless husband - it's served me well these past 14 years.
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Actually, now that I glance at the Scott Disick photos, I think that wearing a scowl on your wedding day would be very daring, but I cannot recommend that. You might try the 'perplexed and befuddled' look that you'll soon adopt as a hapless husband - it's served me well these past 14 years.

I don't do hapless my friend. Whenever I feel a slight sense of supplication i issue my fiancee an unsolicited backhand to reaffirm my alpha position lol

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I don't do hapless my friend. Whenever I feel a slight sense of supplication i issue my fiancee an unsolicited backhand to reaffirm my alpha position lol

I hope this lol means that you're laughing at a statement that's false and intended as a joke even though it's not funny.
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lighten up BROseph it was just  a joke.

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I don't do hapless my friend. Whenever I feel a slight sense of supplication i issue my fiancee an unsolicited backhand to reaffirm my alpha position lol

 

 

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I hope this lol means that you're laughing at a statement that's false and intended as a joke even though it's not funny.

 

 

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lighten up BROseph it was just  a joke.

 

Your fiancee is a lucky woman.

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LOL  WWSH


I feel like you're on the right track already. nod[1].gif
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Of the above pics, the Midnight Blue tux on Daniel Craig is the one I would personally go for, but that's me. The big thing to consider though, is, what does she like/ want. That is the main thing, ask her advice. Having married the 3rd Mrs.E last October, I have learned that a wedding and all the pomp and bs that goes with it ---- you're in the woman's world. How everything goes and flows is much, much, more important to her.
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I don't do hapless my friend. Whenever I feel a slight sense of supplication i issue my fiancee an unsolicited backhand to reaffirm my alpha position lol

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