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That’s crazy! But totally TLDR!!
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- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
LoL Gawker’s write up on it is pretty funny! I saw this website before and was blown away by the awesomeness… but revisiting it I realize “wow… get to the info!!”.
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That website is pretty amazing though.
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I love the gawker write up….
“I scrolled through this entire page (it’s the length of a football field) and I feel like I just married Zooey Deschanel. TWICE”
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Yeah, I love the write-up! I think some of the info in the website was good, but the way they displayed it (and it took forever) was just frustrating!!
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That website hurts my brain.
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ughhhhhhhh come on.
when will people learn that no one cares about them as much as they think they do? (was that a sentence?)
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@RnbwznPuppies: omg so much love for this. SO MUCH LOVE FOR THIS*.
*this being the gawker website, of course. a friend sent me the original site a few days ago and my phone exploded trying to keep up with all the scrolling required
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Lol wow I’ve never seen anything so over the top.
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I get that some people think it’s over the top but it’s visually appealing and really cool. It’s a gift from all of their friends who clearly really care about them.
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The Rent is Too Damn High!!!
Oh wait…. I was scrolling so long, I forgot what I wanted to say:
The site is too damn long!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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“That site makes me want to punch weddings.” <—- Quote from the article. Awesomesauce!
That website gave me a headache. I think it was all the stars. And it actually needed to load! That’s the first time that’s happened to me since the days of AOL. Honestly though, if they kept it exactly the same, but had the RSVP stuff at the top I think it would have been fine. If you want to put your entire life story on your wedding website complete with twinkly stars and moving animations more power to you. But please for the love of God, don’t make your poor guests scroll through all of it just to find your registry information and RSVP!
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@September29: so. true.
well designed site, but waaaay too ostentatious for me.
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FTA: “Some guy stages an elaborate proposal that includes hiding the ring at the top of a fucking restored Ferris Wheel that the bride rode as a child, and the couple ends up divorced nine months later. Meanwhile, the guy that proposes using a discarded cockring after the HPT comes back positive stays married for eight decades.”