Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
Too many people have sense of humour failure ..
Like other people said, it's usually people from Spanish speaking countries due to how j and h are pronounced. Might be some typos if it's someone in the US, but everyone from the various Spanish speaking countries does that.
HA! a MD dwellers fight about this. gonna get heated soon.
I don't "get" big weddings.
Well, even weddings where there are like 100+ guests and some big production like the frilly dress, all the expenses...any wedding that costs $5k+ seems ridiculous to me. I'm probably in the minority here, and I understand the need to celebrate with family and friends...but the traditions are so ridiculous and overpriced now. ANYWAY...
interesting. i do understand what you mean, i understand the appeal of a small intimate affair without the bells and whistles. but i do get it. i imagine cultural diefferences would have a lot to do with that.
+1. Not that I believe in marriage anyway, but if I was dumb enough to go through with it, I think a nice small ceremony on a beach or some scenic vista is enough. 10-20 very close people. Some good food, lots of booze, and you got yourself a happy wedding.
My sister had a pretty small wedding (~40-50 people) in the garden of a B&B our friend runs in our hometown. 20k. Have you ever been married?
Average wedding in England 20000 pounds.
Gipsy weddings are crazy..
One of the dress was nearly 100 kilos..
If you can , watch my Big fat Gipsy wedding...
Best thing on TV for years...
My wedding was in the 50 mark..
Was cozy enough fpor me to spend time with eveybod without being claustrophobic..
Jewish weddings tend to be massive ..
I have been to one with 300 guests...
The bar was shit.
Yeah, huge guilty pleasure for me.
Mine was 700 ppl.
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