(Closed) What would a wedding bee for men look like?

posted 6 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
234 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

it’s called “askmen”..I’ve gone and looked at the boards there a few times..suprise surprise, there are A LOT OF POSTS about sex, and how women are tricky little bitches HAHA!

Post # 5
3770 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo

There would definitely be some subforums for cars and videogames!

Post # 6
2622 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I think it would look bankrupt Undecided that or there would be very few straight men.

Post # 7
2224 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

Video game / car forum interspersed with:

“uuuugh my lady won’t leave me alone about getting engaged.”

“Oh man been there. Just made me wanna play Call of Duty more. Didn’t help, made her crazier. Just tell her you’re on it and she’ll leave you be.”

“Tried that, she didn’t believe me. You see the new Dodge Dart? I tell her if she gets me a Dart, she gets a rock.”

“And you lived? You got balls, man.”

Or something to that affect. LOL

Post # 8
661 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@Omgbunnies:  LOL!

“She’s a pain in my ass man. And I haven’t gotten a bj since lord knows when.”

Post # 9
250 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

There is actually a wort of “weddingbee-ish” site for men…it is called theplunge.com…pretty interesting to go on there and see what the guys have to say 🙂

Post # 10
1294 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

haha! It would have a very very long discussion about impatient girlfriends! 

Post # 11
1026 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

@blue_eyed_bride:  lol! it’s hilarious that dudes frame it as a catastrophic thing… the little icon looks like the dude is drowning. 

Post # 12
2183 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium


Post # 13
2281 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

DH’s response to this? “It would look like a bar.”

hahahahaha 🙂

Post # 14
2281 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Adding to that, he said, a post would be: 

“My fiancee can’t figure out what color to use with navy. They all look the same to me.”

And then all the responses would be: “yeah.”

Post # 15
1026 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

haha, Im reading stuff on “the plunge” and its hilarious:

Is She The One?

    1. Do you trust her with your ATM password?

      1. Do you both like each other’s friends?

        1. Does she make you laugh?

          1. Have you spent plenty of basic “mellow” time with her? Not the torrid start of the affair, but the more tranquil, low-key plateau of adult couplehood?

            1. You choke on a mushroom and fall unconscious. The doctors want to operate. Do you trust her to make medical decisions?

              1. Can you have adult, honest disagreements without petty fighting?

                1. Can you tolerate each other’s family?

                  1. Do you have a similar vision of the next 5, 1, 20 years of your lives?

                    1. Do you have the same(ish) views on religion and faith, minimally, how much a part of your life it will be?

                      1. If you lost your job-or chose a new profession that only paid you half your current salary-would she still love you?

                        1. If your company wanted to transfer you to a much different place, would she go?

                          1. Do you agree on the How, When, Who, What of children? (How many, When to get pregnant, Who’s raising them, What faith, and How to discipline them)

                            1. Think about her bad habits and imagine if they get worse over time…can you handle that?

                              1. She just got a bucket of acid splattered all over her face, like Harvey Dent in The Dark Knight. Do you still want to marry her?”

                              Read more: http://theplunge.com/gettingengaged/should-you-propose-to-your-girlfriend?limitstart=1#ixzz22DMxq5vj

                              To delay the ultimatum with tact and savvy, you must employ the DOOM technique: make the engagement contingent on some Deliberately Obscure Objective and/or Money.

                              Here’s how DOOM works. It keeps you from saying something like, “Um…well…it’s just that…I guess…I don’t think I’m ready.” That’s weak. That guarantees a long, tedious, tear-soaked argument of don’t you love me?! and what’s wrong with us?!

                              DOOM avoids this. Instead of shrugging your shoulders and mumbling that you’re “not ready” to get married, you confidently say that before you get engaged, you must first complete either a Deliberately Obscure Objective…or hit some goal that involves Money.

                              The best Deliberately Obscure Objectives are pegged to your job. Let’s say you’re a database analyst. Explain that before you’re comfortable getting engaged, it’s important that you first “get your database career established.” (God knows what that means.) The trick is keeping it deliberately obscure, refusing to cite a specific milestone. Otherwise, when you get promoted to Database Manager you’ve suddenly run out of rope.

                              As for the Money? Easy. You can blame credit card debt, student loans, buying a house, selling a business…the list is endless. Tell her that you love her (assuming you do) and that you envision a future with her, but first thing’s first-you need financial security for both of your sakes.

                              The strategy of DOOM will let you both: 1) take more time to figure out if she’s “the one” (click here to find out) and 2) recapture spontaneity. With DOOM you’re working on your timeline, not hers.  And even if you definitely do want to get engaged, you still benefit from DOOM. Imagine if she says, “I need a ring by New Year’s Eve, or else I’m leaving you.” Even if you know you want to marry her, it’s best to still use DOOM to push off the ultimatum… then propose when she’s not expecting it.

                              Read more: http://theplunge.com/gettingengaged/if-girlfriend-gives-you-marriage-ultimatum#ixzz22DNozvIo

                              Post # 16
                              835 posts
                              Busy bee
                              • Wedding: May 2012

                              @teabiscuit:  Omg! I have to check it out! Lmaoooooo! I didn’t know such a site existed!

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