(Closed) “How to Stop a Wedding.”

posted 10 years ago in Relationships
Post # 17
572 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

WOW cant believe someone actually wasted their time writing that. they must’ve done it before or something. haha

Post # 18
5385 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

This is crazy! Especially this last point:

Seek psychological counsel. What you are suggesting is rare, not normal, and will cause life-changing memories for everyone in the room. You may also want legal counsel — if you make any negative remarks about another person you’re likely to be sued for slander.

The person that wrote this should prob. consider getting help as well. Who thinks of writing such things?!?

Post # 19
2286 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I found this hilarious.

My favorite line: “Be honest about your belief that your beloved is not happy with the person he or she is about to marry. It is possible, after all, that they have made this choice after a great deal of soul-searching, based on their own wants, needs, and preferences.”

Post # 20
2206 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

This article is HILARIOUS!

It so thoroughly covers the bases, I just love it.

Post # 21
624 posts
Busy bee

If you need to speak with your beloved, wait until after the honeymoon and send an email or text asking to meet up.

Seriously?  I’d be pretty pissed if my SO wanted to meet up privately with the person that objected at our wedding.


Post # 22
281 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

HAH, oh my gosh! That is a hilarious article. However, it is weirdly and creepily serious. 😛


Find out the location of the wedding. Unless you have been invited, you will have to find out where the wedding ceremony is to be held, and the exact time. Ask family members or friends if it doesn’t appear too suspicious, or perhaps check the wedding notices in the local newspaper.


Uhhh…yeah. Chances are if you’re not invited, I’m sure your “beloved” doesn’t really want you there all that much.

Post # 23
2371 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

I didn’t even find this funny. Found it incredibly silly and immature.

“Sometimes a person will prefer a pragmatic, realistic, and reliable love choice over a deep love that they feel isn’t going to fulfill specific needs in their life”

Uhmm What?

Post # 24
724 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Guys, this is TOTALLY a joke. I’m sure someone thought it would be funny to do something outlandish but in a serious, matter-of-fact way. It’s clearly a satire. I thought it was great.

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