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"We'll NEVER stop reducing our lives' most important moments to Internet fodder," vow nation's Millenials

Latest trend: bridal parties running away from some Photoshopped menace in the background.

by Anonymousreply 7106/16/2013

Tres stupide.

by Anonymousreply 106/13/2013

It's at least interesting. More interesting than Baby Boomer dentures or Generation X ear hair...

by Anonymousreply 206/13/2013

Quel hoot!

by Anonymousreply 306/14/2013

Are other millennial's doing this? Is this a thing?

by Anonymousreply 506/14/2013

LMAO R4

by Anonymousreply 606/14/2013

I think its cool. Its their wedding, let them do what they want. Besides, I do get a kick seeing how the old uptight coots get all bent out of shape over it.

by Anonymousreply 706/14/2013

I see somebody didn't wear any socks.

by Anonymousreply 806/14/2013

It would be more appropriate if they were fleeing a student loan for beauty school.

by Anonymousreply 906/14/2013

In a couple of years, during divorce proceedings, they can fight over who gets custody of the photo.

by Anonymousreply 1006/14/2013

R8, he's wearing orange socks.

by Anonymousreply 1106/14/2013

The chick in front looks like a fat Brooke Shields.

by Anonymousreply 1206/14/2013

This type of thing needs commitment from everyone.

by Anonymousreply 1306/14/2013

Sehr dumm.

by Anonymousreply 1406/14/2013

Maybe they did it for their own amusement rather than to become internet fodder?

by Anonymousreply 1506/14/2013

Yeah, and maybe the bride and groom a retarded too!

by Anonymousreply 1606/14/2013

DL hates people who have fun.

by Anonymousreply 1706/14/2013

They are kind of fat.

by Anonymousreply 1806/14/2013

Orange? NO. That is flesh or flesh colored socks I see.

by Anonymousreply 1906/14/2013

This is right up there with the "trash the dress" photos where the bride is photographed in a situation that destroys or damages the wedding dress; e.g., floating in a pond. They have no respect for the institution of marriage. It is just a weird and wild party for them. I really wonder why anyone makes a fuss over Gay marriage. Straight people seem to have lost all respect for the institution.

by Anonymousreply 2006/14/2013

What city is that? Toronto?

by Anonymousreply 2106/14/2013

[quote]They have no respect for the institution of marriage. It is just a weird and wild party for them.

After the wedding, it is traditional to party.

by Anonymousreply 2206/14/2013

Sorry "from the offending..."

by Anonymousreply 2406/14/2013

[quote]Even hitting glasses with an eating utensil to get the bride and groom to kiss was considered vulgar until fairly recently.

I know for old folks they get confused, but something that has been occurring for like 30 years is not what one would call a recent event.

by Anonymousreply 2506/14/2013

R25. Actually, in the scheme of things, 30 years is a recent event. Some of my collector sites even argue that 30 years is not old enough to use the word "vintage".

Your are correct that the acceptance of vulgarity started about 30 years ago. Publishers and wedding magazines printed what they thought their readers wanted to read, not what was correct.

by Anonymousreply 2606/14/2013

[quote]Actually, in the scheme of things, 30 years is a recent event.

Sure, if you're 90. Let the youngsters have their fun gramps. Its not killing you and its not like they are going to invite a stuck in the past old fart to their wedding. Although I do admit, seeing some old coot like you get all pissy about this is sort of funny. Sucks to be you.

by Anonymousreply 2706/14/2013

R27, no, it "sucks to be you", if you think life is all about fun and games, and not about obligations, responsibilities, commitment, and other not very fun realities of life.

Trashing an expensive wedding dress just because you can not wear it again, shows extremely poor values.

Turning such a serious commitment as marriage into a poster for a Japanese horror movie, indicates that the couple do not really take the vows that they just made seriously. Apparently, the marriage vows are just as much a "goof" as being attacked by monsters.

by Anonymousreply 2806/14/2013

"If Miss Manners was Voldemort, I'd be a Dementor"

People still reference "Harry Potter"?

by Anonymousreply 2906/14/2013

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yawn

Isn't there like a Matlock rerun you should be watching now?

by Anonymousreply 3006/14/2013

I'm 57 and I remember people clinking glasses with utensils at wedding receptions when I was a kid. So it's been more than 30 years.

by Anonymousreply 3106/14/2013

Yes, people did it 30 years ago, even 50 years ago, but that just means that were recent immigrants or Italians.

by Anonymousreply 3206/14/2013

R31, I never said it wasn't done. I said it was considered vulgar. It was generally something done by low class males who considered weddings too feminine/female oriented, and needed to be disruptive to mark their territory.

I specifically said that well trained servers were instructed to anticipate such behavior and stop it before the utensil touched the glass.

by Anonymousreply 3306/14/2013

The digital watermark would seem to indicate it's a special feature offered by a wedding photo studio - perhaps even a selling point when couples are comparing different ones.

It looks more enjoyable to do than all of the [italic]de rigeur[/italic] "stand in front of pretty scenery" pic's.

by Anonymousreply 3406/14/2013

[quote]needed to be disruptive to mark their territory.

Funny, R33, that seems to describe Miss Manners Nazis like you as you prevent the guests from tapping their faux pas.

by Anonymousreply 3506/14/2013

It's the women who tinkled the glass. Men were too busy talking sports; they're not looking at the bride and groom. The last thing the men wanted to see was kissing. Kissing is romantic. That's for females.

by Anonymousreply 3606/14/2013

[quote]I never said it wasn't done. I said it was considered vulgar. It was generally something done by low class males who considered weddings too feminine/female oriented, and needed to be disruptive to mark their territory.

You look at life from the perspective of an old-money WASP. How quaint.

by Anonymousreply 3706/14/2013

The Vulgar Troll is hilarious!

by Anonymousreply 3806/14/2013

I LOVE the Vulgar Troll. Old people are so industrious sometimes. Imagine being able to type while at the same time waving smelling salts under your nose, clutching your pearls and adjusting the stick in your ass. Thats a real talent.

by Anonymousreply 3906/14/2013

Te downhill slide started with the Chicken Dance.

by Anonymousreply 4006/14/2013

The fat bridesmaid steals the show.

by Anonymousreply 4106/14/2013

The fortysomething gays - men such as R33 - are hilarious.

by Anonymousreply 4206/14/2013

R42 You are being way too kind. Troll-dar on other threads shows R33 is a lot older than fortysomething. A fortysomething would know an AT-AT when they see one and not confuse it for something from a Japaneses horror movie.

by Anonymousreply 4306/14/2013

[quote] Te downhill slide started with the Chicken Dance.

You mean The Alley Cat.

by Anonymousreply 4406/14/2013

A friend of mine was asked to be an usher in the wedding of an aerobics instructor about 20 years ago. The wedding party members were going to do some kind of soft-shoe dance routine. That was the first any of us had heard of this kind of thing.

by Anonymousreply 4506/14/2013

R43, I turned 50 in March; so, I am not 40 something, but I am not "a lot" older than 40 something either.

by Anonymousreply 4606/14/2013

Sure R46 keep telling yourself that.

by Anonymousreply 4706/14/2013

[quote]adjusting the stick in your ass.

That stick is called a backbone. You should try to develop one.

by Anonymousreply 4806/14/2013

I think its cool. If I was going to get married I could see myself doing something like that.

by Anonymousreply 4906/14/2013

Here's another one.

by Anonymousreply 5006/14/2013

Quick & dirty

by Anonymousreply 5106/14/2013

I like that, R51. That might be the true form of Lens.

by Anonymousreply 5206/14/2013

Not vulgar. Just lame. Sucks bad enough to have to be in a wedding, now you gotta perform too? No thanks, I think I'm going to be busy on your "special day."

by Anonymousreply 5306/14/2013

[quote]Sucks bad enough to have to be in a wedding, now you gotta perform too?

Isn't being in a wedding party all about performing? That's always how I feel whenever I've had to do it.

by Anonymousreply 5406/14/2013

Is that Debra Messing on the front left?

by Anonymousreply 5506/14/2013

Why do they always put the fat bridesmaid in front?

by Anonymousreply 5606/14/2013

Uh no R54. Having to do a stupid choreographed dance or run screaming down the street pretending to be scared? Most people hate having to go to weddings. Hate even more being in them. This takes it to a whole new level of DNW.

Just tell me where to send a check (any amount is worth avoiding this mess). I'll be sitting by my pool, having a drink while the other people who didnt have the guts to say "WTF, no thanks" are all making asses of themselves.

by Anonymousreply 5706/16/2013

I agree with both r54 and r57. Asisde from the actual legally required acts to be married, the rest is a show.

Still, I want it both ways- if I'm made aware that I wasn't invited, I get put out about it; if I'm invited, it's an imposition that I can't get out of.

by Anonymousreply 5806/16/2013

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by Anonymousreply 5906/16/2013

Initially, I think they're pretty humorous. Wonder how they'll explain the photos to their kids when they're old enough to ask.

by Anonymousreply 6006/16/2013

Fuck straight people and their weddings.

by Anonymousreply 6106/16/2013

Why do you assume their kids will be sitting around looking at their parents wedding album, R60? I've got two kids in their late teens. They have never shown any interest in seeing my wedding pictures. Just like the "big day" itself, no one much cares but the bride. But some brides (like these nancissistic fools) assume 'their' wedding is the event of a lifetime for everyone else as well.

BTW-- what's to explain? It's not like they're naked.

by Anonymousreply 6206/16/2013

How embarrassing for them.

by Anonymousreply 6306/16/2013

I know who I'm cheering for to succeed.

by Anonymousreply 6406/16/2013

Cheap, trashy values. Cheap, trashy "humor". From the cheapest, trashiest generation, yet.

by Anonymousreply 6506/16/2013

[quote] Yeah, and maybe the bride and groom a retarded too!

Oh Dear

by Anonymousreply 6606/16/2013

R62, you sound like you need a drink.

When I was a child, we went through all of our parents' photo albums, including their wedding album. My friends' kids tend to question some of the sillier things their parents are doing (and wearing) in photographs.

Being chased by a faux monster while you're in wedding regalia would seem to be one of those things kids wonder about that prove adults lack good sense. Or they may be entertained. Who knows?

by Anonymousreply 6706/16/2013

R62, Obviously you have raised your children to have no sense of history or intellectual curiosity. The fact that your children have no interest in their past is just another reminder that you are a bad parent.

by Anonymousreply 6806/16/2013

[quote] your children to have no sense of history or intellectual curiosity.

So says the man who thinks Star Wars is a Japaneses horror movie.

by Anonymousreply 6906/16/2013

R69, You do realize that you comment would be a punchline on The Big Bang Theory? The joke being anyone who is that obsessive about Star Wars is an idiot.

And FYI, I knew the reference. "Japanese Horror Film" just shows more contempt for the picture. One could just as easily argue that the form is actually derived from 1950s American Sci-Fi poster art, rather than Japanese Horror films. Again, 1950s Sci-fi doesn't convey the same sense of derision.

by Anonymousreply 7006/16/2013

R70 could you post that again, this time in English?

by Anonymousreply 7106/16/2013
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