Post # 1
A bit of a Rant/Vent…. I’m sure it’ll make you all feel a little better about your misfortunes!
I’ll start with this: me and my fiance are 18 and 19 years old. Young, christians, no not afraid to have fun, but clubing and strippers ARE NOT our scene. Also some of my bridesmaids are still in high school, at a christian school and are SUPER innocent. Me and my Fiance (Jeremy) decided to have a combined bachelor/bachelorette party, we would go to my sisters secret venue, all go back to her house to hang out and play some games, then the boys would leave and we’d have seperate all-nighters.
After the Venue, back at my sisters, we were looking up different videos and songs on youtube, dancing and goofing off, you know, what young kids do. Then someone puts on a adam lambert song….. which made one groomsman very excited. this Groomsman is Jeremy’s good friend from high school, who is gay and I have always sensed him having a thing for Jeremy. This friend ‘A’ proceeds to start humping and grinding and droping it low… ONTO MY FINACE. Not only am I furious (I have always been hestinant with him and jeremy being friends and I’m protective over Jer) but my younger friends were mortified and so was I! Jeremy keeps trying to run away, ‘A’ chases him, pushes him to the ground to ‘drop it’ on him…..I just wanted it all to go way….. my eyes are permenatly scarred.
At the time, and for about an hour later I was FURIOUS! It still bothers me…. but I do get a little giggle picturing Jer trying to crawl away from him and me to stunned to move.
any similar stories? I doubt it… but its worth a shot!
p.s. Please dont even say “how dare you for not appreciating gays! stupid christian their people too” YADAYADA. We have two gay groomsman (the dacer and the other is MY best friend) and I have a happy gay couple in my family. this post isnt about him being gay, its about him humping on my man in front of me.
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
He was probably just messing around, and it seems as if you are taking this WAY too seriously. You seem very easily offended.
Post # 4
Umm… that’s weird. Me and my circle don’t hump each other. Awkward.
Post # 5
@InLoveWithMyBestFriend: Seems more funny than infuriating to me to be honest….
I don’t think it’s “permanently scarred eyes” worthy though..
Post # 6
I giggled. Inapporpiate for the age group? Yeah, maybe, but it was a bachelor/bachelorette party. People hype them up to be crazy so I suppose this guy thought what the heck?
Like PP said not permanently scarred worth, and most definitely not worth getting furious over.
Post # 7
ok, look at our ages again. 18 and 19 years old! we said it wasn’t going to be a typical bachelor/bachelorette party… and you guys just think its not scar worthy because you didnt see how intensly his hips were thrusting. and in front of my mom. it was disrespect. He knows that we wouldn’t approve of it.
Post # 8
@LilRhodyGem: thank you for being the only one who thinks I’m NOT being stupid here.
Post # 9
@InLoveWithMyBestFriend: I agree with LilRhodyGem, that’s just weird to do. I don’t care what sexual orientation someone is, I don’t want them dry humping me in the middle of a party.
Post # 10
Weird? Yeah, but woh cares, it’s a bachelor/ette party, and the guy was goofing around.
Post # 11
Pretty immature but he was goofing around. I’m a christian woman and don’t find this offensive. Were there drinks involved?
Post # 12
Ahh… gee… that sounds like typical grade 10-11 behaviour to be honest. If you hadnt mentioned how old you guys and your friends were, then I would say that he was probably incredibly wasted – But this just seems like something out of a highschool nightmare… Boys do tend to mature later than girls.
@Birdee106: I also wonder if there were drinks involved…
Post # 13
I have to go against the grain here and say I don’t think this is just immature behavior. If the person dancing on OP’s Fiance was female (sexually interested in males) everyone here would be all over how inappropriate the behavior was. Just because the person in question is a different sex doesn’t make it any less inappropriate if the attention was unwanted.
Post # 14
@InLoveWithMyBestFriend: Very weird and uncomfortable for everyone it sounds like. However I don’t think it’s something worth raising a stink over. It’s one time at a bachelor/ette party- people no matter how christian or well behaved tend to get out of hand at those types of partys. I’d be peeved but eventually just forgive & forget. Like you said in your post, it angered you but at the same time was funny, so I’d be willing to bet in a year or two it won’t be anything but a hilarious story to you both….
Post # 15
sounds like very typical behavior for the age group in a house party situation,
Post # 16
@LilRhodyGem: I spewed coffee at this, Funny!