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Sunday, April 11, 2021

Sunday Video 1


 

30 comments:

  1. I had a cousin of mine that married a girlie man just like the guy in film.The marriage didn’t make 2 years

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  2. dude...no, smile a huge smile instead

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  3. He's not a girlie man, it's that he knows this isn't what he wants. That whole "best man" and "let them speak now" thing is failing him. That system originated to put a stop to a sham like this, but now it has just turned into a peer pressure trap so that the woman gets to start married life like an entitled princess instead of his shield maiden she should be. His family should be saying, "ok, my son, we've got your back on this, you are out of here".

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  4. A gentle grimace tells us: He's either emotionally overwhelmed at the ceremony or thinking what the old lady will look like in 10 years.

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    1. “Emotionally overwhelmed”. Exactly what I was thinking. And in my book makes him a snowflake. I’ve been to a lot of weddings in my 56 years and the dudes didn’t cry. The whole idea of manhood no longer exists. I gotta go; have a mani/pedi scheduled after my hair coloring today.

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  5. Merifully the video was cut short. I was just about to kick the chair out from under me.

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  6. I kind of doubt that she's actually qualified to wear a white wedding dress. Just based on the current zeitgeist. It would be nice to be wrong about that, but I'm almost never wrong when I want to be.

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  7. I cried when both my daughters were born.
    The guilt of what I was about to unleash upon the world.

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    1. Rum snorted up my nose when I read that
      Buddha

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  8. Too many of you are so jaded. He is obviously just now realizing that his days of free-range strange fur are over, and he's been taken to the cleaners by this future land whale. Pity the man, don't mock him.

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  9. The moment he realized that life, as he had known it, was over. Flat the fuck over.

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  10. Oh he is crying cause he’ll not be able to ride dirt bikes anymore with his buddies, gone are the nights out with his buddies doing all kinds of crazy shit. It’ll be from her, no, no, no, do this, do that, go here, I want I want , you will or else, you better, you better not, oh hell no, oh HELL no, absolutely not, you get the picture.

    Saber 7

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  11. Her Dad looks like he is REALLY happy to give her away! One wonders...

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  12. If that's supposed to be overwhelming happiness, my advice bud? Write it down.

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  13. In about five years this dude is going to be crying for a whole lot of different reasons

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  14. I think he knows he has something there and is just overcome with emotion. Hell, I fell in love with her in just the few seconds I saw her. Good luck buddy, take care of her.

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  15. I was waiting for Nancyboy to hurl , or shit himself, or maybe both at once !

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  16. He knows the ups guy will be stacking at his front door soon, bye bye $$$.

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  17. That look when you're about to surrender the family jewels.

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  18. 'The Happiest Day of My Life'.....said the father.

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  19. We're missing the best part: she's three feet taller than him.

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  20. A couple kids with so much yet to learn. I hope it works out for them.

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  21. Best wishes. We should all be saying that.

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  22. Oh the bleak cynicism that is on display in this thread. I don't think that you can read that much into the facial expressions displayed in the video really, they could mean anything. My brother was quite emotional when he was getting married and his marriage lasted about five years. I was much calmer, 27 years and still counting. For me, marrying Mrs. SG was the best thing that I ever did.

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  23. Damn, but some of you guys must have had bad judgment in your younger days. The bride and the groom have similar expressions, "This is really happening." Some of us, the woman we married saved our lives. Forty-nine years this August, and at no time did I ever think it was a mistake.

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    1. It is a mistake to assume what goes on behind a man's eyes, because no two brains even work exactly the same and none of them have experienced the same things.

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  24. Well, I have been with my wife for 26 years. After her first stroke, I took care of her at home for 8 months. After her second stroke, Yes I have cried. Cried for her and the life she has lost. Cried because she won't get to go to any more of our daughter's basketball games. Cried because birthday dinners are through a window. Cried because she won't be sitting beside me at church any more. Cried because she will probably never get to see our grandchildren. Cried for the helpless feeling I have as she suffers in hell on earth otherwise known as a nursing home. My life wasn't over that day 26 years ago, it just started. If you think you are too manly to cry, give Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35 a read.

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  25. I didn't cry when my wife walked down that aisle 40+ years ago, but I would cry if she walked out the door tonight.

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