Post # 17
you could also hold your wedding at the local VFW, buy your gown at a thrift store, and arrive at your wedding in the family station wagon. It’s all a matter of what is important to you.
My answer would be: “Well I could hire you but then I would be going against the very important detail of not having a douchebag as my officiant” Thanks but no thank…
Post # 18
- Wedding: November 2019 - Canada
Oh my gosh!!! That guy is unreal!! I’d hate to see what he’s like if/when he preaches! He’s a little too proud for my taste. *barf*
Post # 19
Omg I’m dying!! That response is PERFECT.
Post # 20
Ewww talk about being up your own arse.
Post # 21
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
LOL!! I bet that actually appeals to some brides who want to seem “VIP.”
Post # 22
This minister must’ve skipped the lesson on humility…
Post # 24
LMAO are you kidding me? He sounds like a total jerk-off
Post # 25
If a guy has to brag about how good he is and who he has serviced in ANY SITUATION…. he is probably trying to boost his own ego and isn’t actually as good as he says he is. Just sayin!
Post # 26
Hoollleyyy. How about no?
Post # 27
@Jw1724: hahaha. I would respond with a swift, “Since you clearly have plenty of VIPs to tend you, I hate to waste your time with a no-one like me. Thankfully, I found someone who is tasteful, respectful, fun, and affordable to afficiate my wedding. Enjoy your summer!”
I would silently throw in a, “Oh, and you suck my dick while you’re at it!”
Post # 28
He’s… a minister…? As in, has a job preaching at a church? I feel really bad for his congregation… What a doornob.
Post # 29
What happened to the whole “men of the cloth are supposed to be humble” thing?
Post # 30
“…but you could also hold your wedding at the local VFW, buy your gown at a thrift store, and arrive at your wedding in the family station wagon.”
Many people can and do, and are just as married as the rest of his “VIP clients.”
Why did this make me really sad?
Post # 31
this is hilar! please name and shame so I can google this asshat!