- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2014
Once again it is time to see how long we can *Audience play-back* SHUT-IT-UP!
That’s right! The once a week game show where we see how long these lovely bees can keep their mouth shut and not mention anything ring/engagement/wedding/marriage related to their SO’s or anyone else highly significant in their lives (ie: mom’s, BFFs, Coworkers, ect.)
I don’t believe anyone one the prize this week… *womp, womp, womp!* This week the THE GOLDEN HONEY POT goes Unclaimed.
BUT one of our own’s question got popped! @linssi got engaged last week! WOOO HOO! Yay! And because she played with us the last few weeks, I think she deserves a prize! Don’t you?! So for her awesomeness, I would like to present @linssi with the Bride to Bee shirts! (I don’t know where to get them, but aren’t they adorable!!)
If it turns out someone did win for this week, You will get a special POP-UP Prize.
Now before we get this week’s game started lets go over the rules of our lovely game:
Here are the rules/exceptions:
This is only good for our SO’s. But If you are feeling the need to ‘Shut It Up’ in front of other people then please share.
If our SO’s mention Rings/engagement/wedding/marriage first then we have the right to respond, but for Pete’s sake, Be Cool About It!
1/2 point deduction if your SO catches you:
- Watching a wedding show
- Surfing wedding porn on Pintrest
- On the Bee Boards And he makes a face
DISCLAIMER: All Prizes & Points are fictional. I do not know where to get these items. I just looked on Google Imaiges for Bee Themed Prizes. Do an Imaige search if you wish to actually have these items.There will be no actual points, just a joke.
So practice stealth bees! And good luck!
3-ish screw ups. Due to blame on How I Met Your Mother (new episode tonight) and one on Pintrest (and cute kitty pictures).
Anyway. My SO said he would buy me the cute Bee ring I saw on Etsy, So I guess it is good.
SO is showing more financial responsibility so that is a great sign to me…and he opened up a 401K and listed me as his beneficiary. This is a big ol’ commitment, if you ask me.