Post # 1
I keep seeing these all over the internet the signs on the chairs/pillow cases/photos “Mr Right” and “Mrs Always Right. I get that they are suppose to be a cute joke and I love jokes, I do stand up but this just kirks me the wrong way. Anyone else just get bent the wrong way with this or similar items?
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2014 - Turf Valley
I don’t like that it conveys the stereotype of women being bossy and always needing to be right … or else!
Post # 4
it’s cute for a small chuckle but I’d never have it anywhere near my wedding.
Post # 5
It isn’t something that really gets to me, but stuff like this, similar to the cake toppers showing the bride dragging the groom by the back of his shirt, aren’t my cup of tea.
However, I do jokingly refer to my FI as “Mr. Always Right” because he generally is, and it annoys the crap out of me!
Post # 6
It’s the type of humor I’d roll my eyes at…
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
@Little_Nut88: that kind of cake topper reminds me of the “last chance to run” signs that flower girls carry. Ugh! Why would you want to imply that one party isn’t thrilled about the marriage? I get that it’s kinda funny, but not for the actual wedding…
Post # 8
No, I hate that stuff. And the bride dragging the groom to the altar/ball and chain thing, too.
Post # 9
@lolot: I agree 100%! Those signs actually do make me cringe a bit.
Post # 10
I agree… its cutesy, and used anywhere other than a wedding (Anniversary, say) would bother me far less. Especially the bride-dragging-the-groom cake toppers… you really want to showcase that you had to drag your groom kicking and screaming to the altar? I don’t get it.
Post # 11
@minted: Weird.. I haven’t stumbled on these yet and I’m always on Pinterest lol.
The ones that annoy me are the “she stole my heart” (guy holds chalkboard/sign) “so I’m stealing his last name” (girl holds chalkboard/sign). Bleh… so cliche.
Post # 12
Ugh, so annoying. Just one of those cheesy things that I would never want.
Post # 13
@lolot: I just googled last chance to run signs… wow I had no idea these things existed. I guess it’s cute for a laugh, but not something that should go down the aisle at the actual wedding.
Post # 14
the first time i saw a bachelor wearing one of those “Game Over” t-shirts, it made me cringe and i felt bad for him.
if he really feels that way, he shouldn’t be getting married.
Post # 15
I dont like that stuff…sooo stupid and a waste of money
Post # 16
@lolot: Those signs actually exist? Wow. So much for marriage being an equal partnership.
The cake topper bugs me as well. :/