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Old 08-22-2005, 12:26 AM   #11
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Alix - Absolutely no need to apologise. I wasn't offended in any way, and do see the humour re; the getaway car.

My thoughts were that, that would be the exact situation that the bride-to-be is fearing the most. I may be judging the picture wrong, but feel she will be most relieved when the "I do's" are spoken and rings are on the fingers. Then she has him 'forever'?

I have witnessed it heaps of times; the bride-to-be is all wrapped up in the wedding planning/details, with no thought to the marriage. Someone once said to me, the wedding day is just one day. The next day everything returns to normal.

Then there was the friend of a friend who divorced after 5 years of marriage, and said, "At least I got a good wedding out of him" *cold*

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