Post # 47
@mamadingdong: not to mention, had this been switched… say a majority black crowd and someone said ‘we found out my mom likes to hit on white guys LOL!!!’ that no one would have said a word. it would have been funny.
some people need to get the political correctness stick out of their rears and learn to giggle at stupid things people say.
I WANT MORE FUNNY STORIES! Let the thread continue, please!!!!!!!
Post # 48
my neice decided to come up and join us at the alter (her mom- my sister was MOH) and when the priest came around to give us wine, Sophia says “mommy i want juice were is my drink?” and then says “umm i don’t want any of that” to the priest lol he clearly wasn’t going to give her any but it was pretty funny up there on the alter.
my nephew was so scared of everyone looking at him while he walked down the aisle that he closed his eyes with his hands and hid behind my sister everyone got a kick out of it.
Post # 49
@CTbride2010: Lol I’m picturing FI’s niece doing the same… hiding behind her big sister as they walk down the aisle.
Post # 50
@Jw1724: oh us sensitive black people. Sorry to get in the way of your good time. But really your statement means zero as it did not happen so we don’t know what the comments would be.
Post # 51
@CTbride2010: Awww, that’s too cute. 🙂 I’m really curious to see what my niece does at our wedding (she’ll turn four a few weeks before the wedding) and has already told me she’s “a little scared”.
Post # 52
@mamadingdong: I did not mean it that way at all lol. I meant that I don’t think black people AS A WHOLE are as sensitive to these comments as people seem to think. Everyone seems to think we need to protect any other race as they get offended sooo easily, but I don’t think it’s true. I hear plenty of white jokes and would never cry about it. Just seems silly to get so worked up over that comment (not saying you did, either).
Post # 53
To @HisMoon: Hey, I didn’t say I approved of such behavior by the woman … I just said I understood HOW it might have happened. Again, I reiterate… the Poster said there was LOTS OF ALCOHOL involved at the time.
I mean like nothing inappropriate ever happens under the influence…
Someone needs to tell Torontonian Rob Ford that !!
And you cannot tell me as Canadians we aren’t all laughing at that silliness… H3ll the man is all over the US Networks with other people laughing at him too.
And again… it isn’t a good thing in light of what he’s done (acting inappropriately) … but it is somehow entertaining in a “twisted” sort of way, and I believe that is exactly what the OP meant here with their original remarks.
Post # 54
My brother, who was my husband’s best man, is known for constantly losing his keys. My husband did NOT want him to lose my ring, so he zip-tied it to my bother’s wrist. He then cut it off my brother’s wrist with a pocket knife during the ceremony when it was time to exhange rings 🙂 It was pretty funny!
Post # 55
@mm86: Hahaha this is awesome.
Post # 56
@mamadingdong: What’s the funniest thing that happened at your wedding?
Post # 57
@CTbride2010: that is so precious!
that is actually pretty smart! I am always losing my keys so maybe my DH needs to invest in some zip ties for me LOL
Post # 58
@mamadingdong: I am sorry that a persons comment ruined this thread for you 🙁
On a cheerful note, do you have any sweet stories from your wedding?
Post # 59
@mamadingdong: I think you’re being a bit harsh. I mean, at least BrandNewBride acknowledged he was “a human.” That’s something, right?
Post # 61
@mamadingdong: I’m with you. On the one hand it’s the internet and people can say what they want. On the other hand it was slightly racist and Brandnewbride should filter herself more on here. (I remember that other comment too).
I’m not going to pretend I’m perfect, but it’s important to remember these aren’t private conversations.