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  • Amazes me how some people associate alcohol and having fun. I drink but I prefer weddings, such as my sisters in June, to be dry not just a crazy party. Weddings are supposed to be about unions and memories, not booze

    Submitted by dush6 on Jul 20, 10 at 10:13am
    • I first read that as "unicorns and memories", but your actual post was much less interesting.

      Submitted by drunkypants on Jun 8, 11 at 5:39am
  • why would you ever have a dry wedding ceremony? Weddings are supposed to be fun... I feel sorry you had to attend such a wack event.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:50am
  • This is why flasks were made kids.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 16, 09 at 8:05am
  • The wedding that I'm a bridesmaid in is a dry wedding. Which is why I'm bedazzling my flask with the wedding colors and if anyone stops me I'll just say that's not grey goose. It's French water

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 2:23pm
  • ugh I was forced to attend a dry wedding recently, the most boring time of my life. Good thing I kept the kush in the glove box. Without that I may have died. Oh and it was sooo wrong of the bar to serve soda in glasses with tiny bar straws that for a quick second I thought they were actually serving alcohol. Don't ever put your family and friends through a dry wedding, its pretty much torture

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 3:50pm
  • lmao i love the soviet russia guy..he makes my day :)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:19pm
  • Did they have juice boxes and pb and j sammmiches??

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:43pm
  • maybe you should try getting married after the age of 21

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 17, 09 at 7:19pm
  • Actually in the state of Pennsylvania being intoxicated in any way makes the vows null and void. Should 2 recovering alcoholics have to pay for everyone else to get drunk at their wedding when they can't. Weddings suck but I quite frankly dont want people there who are only worried about the booze

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 5:36pm
  • This is just stupid.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:37am
  • Baptist and church of Christ weddings don't have booze at the reception. Or dancing. Glad Im Catholic

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 1:48pm
  • thats just torture. I'm sorry you had to go through that.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 4:11pm
  • I like to drink and have a good time, I'm from Wisconsin! But I think a dry wedding is not a bad idea especially during these times, some people simply can't afford booze or even don't believe in drinking, it will prove who cares enough to attend your wedding sober

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:57am
  • Alcohol is a culperate of marriage

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 10:34am
  • I would love to have a dry wedding, it would keep the memories beautiful instead of filled with drunks

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 6:49pm
  • Hey 10:57 you're an idiot!!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 12:48pm
  • I think it's hilarious how people think that drinking makes them an adult.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 15, 09 at 7:14pm