Undertoad Saturday Jan 18 11:06 AM
1/18/2003: Rolling groom
wolf Saturday Jan 18 11:51 AM
Are you sure that he wasn't just standing on top of that hill, and smushed wedding cake all over the bride's face? That justifies sending him ass-over-teakettle (now what's the origin of THAT little gem?) down a damn mountain.
And Monday Jan 20 12:54 PM
I wanna have a wedding like that. It could be, like, an EXTREME WEDDING! No Fear, Dude! We'd be married in mid-air, like, after base-jumping with the minister from a microwave tower! That way we'd have the microwave burns to memorialize the event! Then my groomsmen would throw me down a hillside, only without snow! Yeah! And I'd have to rock-ski down it! The ring-bearer would be on a bungee cord, too. That way he just jump in, hand me the ring, and then go flying! Wild! TO THE EXTREEEEEME! SURRRGE!
vsp Tuesday Jan 21 02:38 PM
As I passed the best man, he said something to the tune of "What, nobody gets cake on their face?" I took a small handful, said "Well, I wouldn't say that..." and got him right between the eyes with it. Nobody else caught it until it was over with (my mom took a picture of Rick wiping off his forehead several seconds later), but we got a kick out of it.
Joe Tuesday Jan 21 03:31 PM
You'd *have* to be rolling to keep a smile on your face while being thrown off a cliff at your own wedding party.
Thadius Tuesday Jan 21 04:10 PM
I believe the tradition had been to throw the bride. They changed this, as wearing white, it took some 3 - 4 weeks to find the bride in the snow.
wolf Wednesday Jan 22 11:57 AM
now you can get married absolutely anywhere you want ...
Thanks to the amazing, new, inflatable church!!!