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2012-10-05 11:05:40 AM

angry_scientist: I partially blame wedding planners.


I blame post-70s feminism, which has given us 40 or so years of propaganda equating a woman's not getting her way with maltreatment, if not abuse.
 
2012-10-05 11:05:40 AM
I also think the groom should run like Hades, but he is likely just as douchey as this twunt.

/good goodly
 
2012-10-05 11:06:16 AM

CapeFearCadaver: If I find someone I actually want to spend the rest of my life with... I've got a cabin in the mountains, a friend who lives near there who is an ordained minister, would probably buy a couple kegs of hobgoblin or something and cook the food myself. Family & close friends. Easy peasy.


Never marrying again. I'd live with somebody, but when one of us wants to leave---SEE YA. Family court is better for taking hostages than a gun.
 
2012-10-05 11:08:47 AM

BrynnMacFlynn: ... Okay, wives of Fark, be honest, is it really necessary to be a complete biatch? Do you wish you'd been a bridezilla if only a little? Did it really ruin your entire life to not control every little detail of the wedding?

/important because I'm hoping and hoping that the boyfriend will propose soon


I only had two, both had to travel. I said....pick a dress ANY dress just have it beforest green or a wine/magenta color. The styles were COMPLETELY different but it looked cute as hell
 
2012-10-05 11:10:18 AM

the_rev: Jake, for the love of god, boy... run like hell.


What makes you think he's any different? No one can be a coont like this and hide it. He knows it and he's okay with it, because he is likely just as self-absorbed as she is. They'll be very unhappy together...until the inevitable divorce in 9-11 years. I mean, the marriage will be broken well before that, but the excitement of babies will keep them together for a little while...then the stress of actually raising those kids will crush this broad and he won't support her and they'll loathe each other. He'll cat around for a few years to keep from going nuts and then they'll just end it.

Sad.

/dumped the diva to date a beautiful farm girl
//best decision I ever made
///11 years of marital bliss, albeit with some bumps in the road but I'll grow old with her, guaranteed
////life rules
 
2012-10-05 11:10:22 AM
I was a groomsman in a wedding, featured on the TLC show "Who's Wedding is it anyway?" That was an Orthodox jewish ceremony with a pirate theme that took place on the deck of the Mooshalu (old Tall ship in Philly harbor that's now a restuarant) and was officiated by probably the only Rabbi in the world who was fluent in Gaelic and Hebrew (she was marrying an Irishman). It was the single most elaborate wedding I've ever been to, (the rehersal dinner took over a Morroccan restuarant and featured an internationally famous belly dancer) and as a close freind of bride and groom I was involved from the very beggining, and the couple still made maybe 1/10th of the demands on me that this "woman" is asking of her friends
 
2012-10-05 11:11:14 AM
Entitlement like this makes me wanna puke. Is it any wonder why divorce statistics are at the rate they're at right now? Why men are afraid to get married?
 
2012-10-05 11:11:22 AM

JohnnyCanuck: I'm willing to bet jake is a d-bag who deserves the hell he is in for.


Yeah, came here to say that. Everyone is telling Jake to run, run like the wind. But Jake dated a high maintenance girl long enough to propose, so I'm guessing Jake is cut from the same cloth.

I'm guessing this couple is like an episode of House Hunters I saw, where a douchey young couple is looking for a million-dollar home near Seattle. I think being douchey makes one blind to douchiness in a partner.
 
2012-10-05 11:12:11 AM
I'm surprised there wasn't a clause about getting tattoos, weight gain, changing hair style, getting pregnant, etc.

My sister was a bridesmaid in a wedding a couple of weeks ago and she was strictly forbidden by the bride from cutting her hair short. There were many other little barbs from the bride, but that is the one that springs to mind. I have no idea how my sister kept from strangling her friend over all the petty little BS.
 
2012-10-05 11:12:43 AM

kroonermanblack: I'm having a violent seizure as I type this; but, if you throw aside the 'I was raised in the very best trailer park' vibe from grammar, spelling, and general vocabulary, it reads like the woman is simply spelling out saying specifically, hey, I love you, but here are my rules. I'll still love you, you can still come, but I want the wedding party to go a certain way and if you can't do this due to time, money, or interest, then it's better that we all part now rather than make each other mad.


See, that's kind of what I thought for the first paragraph or so. "Hey, here's the dates, if you can't make them or are too busy to do bridesmaid stuff that's fine, just come to the wedding" is not an unreasonable thing to say. I actually didn't want to be critical. However, I kept reading...

Having three mandatory events thousands of miles apart, plus fittings in various cities, etc., is not the mark or a person with a sense of perspective. Moreover, someone who says "see yaaaaaaa" as a dismissal for people who don't want to shell out for expensive clothes or airfare, it speaks of an astounding lack of self-awareness or diplomacy - deficiencies which will not improve as the date gets closer.

It is completely reasonable to let someone know up-front what your expectations are, but that doesn't help if the expectations themselves are unreasonable.

/ CSB: Went to a wedding once where the bride demanded that none of her bridesmaids wear watches the month before the wedding, in order to avoid having an un-tanned spot on their wrists in the wedding photos.
 
2012-10-05 11:13:34 AM

Hack Patooey: When she was planning her 'amazing' wedding, she got angrier and angrier that less than 10% of the people she invited said they'd come (including ALL of us at work) because the wedding was being held at some castle in France they had visited on vacation.


Hey, it was a nice castle, though. Ya gotta admit that.
 
2012-10-05 11:14:09 AM
Wife 3.0, my favorite one of the bunch, planned our wedding and brought it in under budget (her dress and shoes totalled under $60. No, I didn't leave off a zero). We each had one attendant. There were kilts, bagpipes and drums. Our reception was at a rib place, and we went out and hit a pub afterwards
 
2012-10-05 11:14:11 AM

cryinoutloud: CapeFearCadaver: If I find someone I actually want to spend the rest of my life with... I've got a cabin in the mountains, a friend who lives near there who is an ordained minister, would probably buy a couple kegs of hobgoblin or something and cook the food myself. Family & close friends. Easy peasy.

Never marrying again. I'd live with somebody, but when one of us wants to leave---SEE YA. Family court is better for taking hostages than a gun.


I used to think I'd never marry again (widowing not divorce like so many here) but mr kiwi and I are discussing it because its security for each other. There's no time frame for this- I don't care when, it'll happen when it happens. I can give him health insurance (he works for himself) and he and I can combine everything.

Plus, when you're with the right person, marriage doesn't feel like a chain, it's just the next logical step when you don't ever want to be without the person.

And for the record, I'd TOTALLY wear a garbage bag over my dress and eat wings. Win.
 
2012-10-05 11:14:32 AM
First marriage, large church wedding, pleased the parents of both parties, crashed and burned. Second marriage, had a cocktail party, waited until 20 minutes after announced start time, then stood up and said, "welcome to our wedding." JP did the honors, and we're still at it 20+ years later.
 
2012-10-05 11:14:41 AM

kroonermanblack: I'm having a violent seizure as I type this; but, if you throw aside the 'I was raised in the very best trailer park' vibe from grammar, spelling, and general vocabulary, it reads like the woman is simply spelling out saying specifically, hey, I love you, but here are my rules. I'll still love you, you can still come, but I want the wedding party to go a certain way and if you can't do this due to time, money, or interest, then it's better that we all part now rather than make each other mad.


Sure, you're right on the money. I too give her credit for being honest and up front about her expectations. There's nothing worse than the ones who say, "Oh sure, come along, it'll be fun." with a whole pile of expectations and then get all bent when people don't know what you didn't tell them.

The outrage here is that someone can be so loaded up with expectations in the first place.
 
2012-10-05 11:14:44 AM

Summer Glau's Love Slave: Bride sounds fat.

/Dear Jake,
//Run.
///Run until your feet bleed, bandage them, run some more.
////Repeat.


Actually she sounds like she's annoyingly skinny but only because she eats a tiny salad every day and then biatches and moan to everyone she knows about how hungry she is.

And yeah, Jake, just carry this e-mail with you and there isn't a door of a single guy's house anywhere in America that will be shut for you. Hell even us sanely maried folks will help Mi Couch es Su Couch
 
2012-10-05 11:15:38 AM
How could the thread get this long without anyone mentioning the iron-clad phone-book-thick pre-nup Jake should have this chick sign?
 
2012-10-05 11:16:08 AM

mindaroth: I just don't get weddings, period. They make no sense to me. I mean, okay, I'm not religious, so I don't need the sermon and vows and stuff anyway. I just can't identify with anyone who feels like a wedding is necessary. If you want one, fine, but nobody NEEDS one. I had a party with some kegs and some BBQ, and spent a few minutes in a fancy white dress to please my parents and make sure they had pictures of the "special day" (the dress was amazing, but it was a friend's dress from her wedding). I don't feel like I am missing out on anything.

Women who have had weddings of any size, why was it important to you? Legit question, not asking to snark.


I had a big (145 guests - is that big anymore?) fancy traditional wedding. We paid for it all ourselves except a couple of thousand our parents gifted us. My mom is a seamstress so she made all the dresses (mine included - the fabric was from her and my Nana's wedding dress, which she deconstructed since they were stick people) for less than $600. My girlfriend made our cake, I made the invites. I blew $12,000 on food and booze at a converted rail station (amazing location) and $2000 on the photographer and it was TOTALLY WORTH IT. I had one pre-wedding party and a bridal shower, and if my bridesmaids (two of them) couldn't make it, no biggy. They wore their own black shoes and the world didn't end. I paid for their hair and makeup mostly so I could hang out with them the morning of (Mom too).

We had the party of our lives, no drama, and our guests ate and drank til they were stuffed. Seven years and two kids later I wouldn't change a thing and our wedding is still the family measuring stick for weddings. :)
 
2012-10-05 11:17:03 AM
She's probably from fairfield county. All the girls are like this there. They all grew up rich and affluent while getting to party in NYC anytime they want. They grew up with a warped sense of fairness. It's pretty bad for the guys as most of the jobs and economic opportunities are soaked up by the boomers still and not many openings for the entry level folks. But after college these girls expect their boyfriends to offer them the same luxorious lifestyle their daddies did, and here, 80k a year might be considered scraping by (indeed with COLA it often is). Unless Daddy gave you something to inherit, the best opportunities usually come by leaving.

Anyways, expect them to be divorced in two years.
 
2012-10-05 11:19:55 AM

kiwimoogle84: blatz514: Well, I guess this broad wouldn't have liked the idea my friends did. We all, bridesmaids and groomsmen, wore purple chuck taylors.

*high five*

My reasoning was that I wouldn't wear heels- lots of grass and he was only an inch taller. Plus, we'd get the groomsmen to wear black shoes they wouldn't complain about, and the chicks could dance. Loved it!


Yes! And that's the reason my buddy's wife did that; girls wanted to dance.
 
2012-10-05 11:21:24 AM

xiola: Too Pretty For Prison: Free advice for young Fark guys. If a woman expects you to put up with this shiat for her "special day" - just don't. This crap doesn't magically end on your wedding day. She'll want the perfect honeymoon, the perfect house, the perfect car, your undivided attention for every trivial thing in her life and it will never end. First wedding? I played this game and within 4 years we were divorced. I simply couldn't take it. My second marriage? We jumped a plane to vegas, got married in street clothes, and spent our honeymoon being tourists in the Grand Canyon and floating down a river. That was 18 years ago. I love her more today than I did then.

THIS.
I had almost the same experience. without the vegas and grand canyon. Marriage is an outdated institution.


Married in Vegas by an Elvis. Best experience ever.
 
2012-10-05 11:21:45 AM
CSB: Best wedding I ever went to was a pot luck in a state park in Vermont. Bridesmaids and groomsmen all wore different colored dresses/tuxes with matching crocs, and the reception "dj" was a guy with a guitar. Everybody just drank a ton of beer and hung out, and it was freakin awesome. I think the newlyweds went kayaking or something for their honeymoon.

I don't know why you'd need anything else.
 
2012-10-05 11:22:20 AM

mindaroth: I just don't get weddings, period. They make no sense to me. I mean, okay, I'm not religious, so I don't need the sermon and vows and stuff anyway. I just can't identify with anyone who feels like a wedding is necessary. If you want one, fine, but nobody NEEDS one. I had a party with some kegs and some BBQ, and spent a few minutes in a fancy white dress to please my parents and make sure they had pictures of the "special day" (the dress was amazing, but it was a friend's dress from her wedding). I don't feel like I am missing out on anything.

Women who have had weddings of any size, why was it important to you? Legit question, not asking to snark.


Mine is mostly due to family. We both have large families. he is 1 of 8 his mother 1 of 6 so you can image it multiplies very quickly whereas I am only 1 of 2 but my mother is 1 of 9. I have over 30 first cousins alone. Anyways... I've always known I was going to have to have a big wedding if I wanted my family to be there (and I do) so I've just embraced it and am going to make it as pretty and as much fun as cost and time allows.
 
2012-10-05 11:22:34 AM

Magorn: I was a groomsman in a wedding, featured on the TLC show "Who's Wedding is it anyway?" That was an Orthodox jewish ceremony with a pirate theme that took place on the deck of the Mooshalu (old Tall ship in Philly harbor that's now a restuarant) and was officiated by probably the only Rabbi in the world who was fluent in Gaelic and Hebrew (she was marrying an Irishman). It was the single most elaborate wedding I've ever been to, (the rehersal dinner took over a Morroccan restuarant and featured an internationally famous belly dancer) and as a close freind of bride and groom I was involved from the very beggining, and the couple still made maybe 1/10th of the demands on me that this "woman" is asking of her friends


See, that's an elaborate wedding that actually sounds like the effort put in was worth the experience.
 
2012-10-05 11:22:37 AM

ChuDogg: She's probably from fairfield county. All the girls are like this there. They all grew up rich and affluent while getting to party in NYC anytime they want.


You'd certainly think that with the Vail wedding and engagement party in NY or CT, but then there's this:
everything will be affordable but if you think by affordable its going to be a $25 forever 21 dress then your going to the wrong wedding.

If she legitimately grew up rich and affluent, then Forever 21 wouldn't be the metric she'd use there.
 
2012-10-05 11:23:54 AM

thepostess: I also think the groom should run like Hades, but he is likely just as douchey as this twunt.

/good goodly


Maybe, but that hasn't been my experience. Extremely selfish and horrible people usually clash with each other. A coont like this chick would never sit still for a man who stood up for himself, let alone was selfish and manipulative too. This extreme level of self importance can only be achieved by living in a bubble where the important people in her life were constantly allowing her to get her way. This reinforces her narcissism and sadly escalates to a point where no amount of effort is good enough for her and she becomes incurably miserable.
 
2012-10-05 11:23:54 AM
Mrs_Fab does have her faults, but holy shiat... they completely pale in comparison.

We got married 24 years ago. Ceremony was at the university chapel of the school where we met (Northwestern), for just a nominal fee. Her dress was an understated Laura Ashley thing, a small fraction of the plastic-fantastic monstrosities you see in Bridal mags. Reception was mostly for close friends, and it was just a tasteful luncheon at a nice hotel with a piano player for entertainment.

It was anything but epic. And that suited us fine.

/the 2-week honeymoon in Hawaii was epic
 
2012-10-05 11:24:34 AM
You're not any more married if you drop 10 grand on a wedding than you are if you're married by the justice of the peace. I wonder how many of these couples who agonize over the tiniest detail and spend many thousands on extravagant weddings are divorced after a few years.

Our wedding was very basic. Got the license, wore clothes we already had, only invited immediate family & got married by my wife's cousin who was also a minister. I think we spent about $50 for the whole thing nearly 25 years ago. We're still happily married, btw.

You can either spend several thousand on a wedding, or make a really good dent in the cost of your first house. I'd go for the latter.
 
2012-10-05 11:24:38 AM
This type of mentality is so completely foreign to me. I'm getting married in *looks at calendar* oh geez, 7 weeks, and I'm so mentally retarded at this sort of thing that I'm letting my future mother-in-law design the decorations and I told my bridesmaids to get whatever dress they liked as long as it's purple and they can afford it. It doesn't even have to be the same shade. The only things I'm being adamant about are that the theme is butterflies, the cake has to be orange flavored, the food is a fish fry, the groomsmen all have their inexpensive ties and their black converses match, and the colors are blue and purple. That's it. I'm not even being demanding about it. I can't imagine I'm the easiest bride in the world considering how indecive or apathetic I am, but I could be a bridezilla and make life miserable for everyone around me. As it is, I think they're all mildly exasperated at how hopeless I am at these sorts of things.

Oh well, I'm positive everyone is going to have a good time and even though I'll be a nervous wreck on the day of, and that I'll still enjoy myself and I'm not going to sweat the small stuff even if things don't go exactly as planned. I think I'll only flip out if the cake somehow gets completely destroyed and only because I'm shilling out $300 for it. I'll be mourning the loss of the money more than the loss of my perfect cake, though. lol
 
2012-10-05 11:24:39 AM
The big thing to consider is the difference between a wedding and a marriage.

Another thing to consider is the difference between having a baby and raising a family.

Many gals seem to want the wedding and the baby; the marriage and family are impingements on their lifestyle.

Sad really.
 
2012-10-05 11:24:45 AM
I got married in our favorite bar; most of the gifts were hallucinogens. Spent the money on a month-long honeymoon in Europe.
 
2012-10-05 11:26:51 AM
Evil hag. You aren't the center of the universe.
 
2012-10-05 11:27:01 AM

mindaroth:

Women who have had weddings of any size, why was it important to you? Legit question, not asking to snark.


I had about 50 people at my wedding. It was low key and held outside in a garden. The people that I invited (about 20 of them were my guests, the other 30 were my husband's guests) were people that were important in my life. I had two bridesmaids, my sister and my best friend. I asked them to wear nice dresses - no specs on style or color. We had a friend that played guitar and sang and another friend that took pictures. It was important to me because I wanted the people that made a difference in my life to be with me on that day. Two days after the wedding we moved out of state, it was really nice to get everyone together to send us off.
 
2012-10-05 11:27:48 AM

vonapathy: JohnAnnArbor: BrynnMacFlynn: ... Okay, wives of Fark, be honest, is it really necessary to be a complete biatch? Do you wish you'd been a bridezilla if only a little? Did it really ruin your entire life to not control every little detail of the wedding?

/important because I'm hoping and hoping that the boyfriend will propose soon

Break out of gender roles. Propose to him.

co-sign.

Also, break out of the wedding industrial complex; it only exists to give you an inferiority complex and take your money!!! Go to Vegas, or just the local courthouse and get it over with. *shrug* that's what I did. Proposed to my fella, bought my own ring, bought my own cocktail 'wedding' dress (wasn't even white), headed to the court house, got a friend to take some photos of us at the zoo, had an awesome Brazilian steak dinner with our friends and family, got absolutely BAKED and sauced at the after party.

/there's a reason our wedding was on 4/20......


How many steaks?!?! You MUST have been baked.
 
2012-10-05 11:27:50 AM
Okay, "your special day" really should refer to your inauguration or confirmation hearing, not your wedding.
 
2012-10-05 11:28:14 AM

Ooshatielf: Huh, for my bridesmaids I told them to pick one of 4 dresses we decided on, wear the same shoes ( on sale for 20 bucks! ) and show up to the rehearsal and the wedding.

That much effort for a wedding must be exhausting.


I expected nothing less than this from you.
 
2012-10-05 11:28:58 AM

cherryl taggart: First marriage, large church wedding, pleased the parents of both parties, crashed and burned. Second marriage, had a cocktail party, waited until 20 minutes after announced start time, then stood up and said, "welcome to our wedding." JP did the honors, and we're still at it 20+ years later.


That's really awesome and a great idea!
 
2012-10-05 11:30:11 AM
The only thing worse than a self-entitled bride to be are the people who feel compelled to point out that "they're not like that" to all and sundry...
 
2012-10-05 11:30:12 AM
I just want to add that I've been a groomsmen in about 12-13 weddings. Every one of those weddings were excellent and it was usually the bride that was the first one puking at the reception.

/always a groomsmen, never a groom.
 
2012-10-05 11:30:44 AM
We have all the event details, and I'm assuming names haven't been changed because nobody involved is innocent. How about a thousand rowdy farkers show up, with gifts and significant others in tow? The police will have to be summoned. If the kids on 4chan get wind of it, they'll have to call in the National Guard.
 
2012-10-05 11:32:08 AM

Wollffeey: Oh well, I'm positive everyone is going to have a good time and even though I'll be a nervous wreck on the day of, and that I'll still enjoy myself and I'm not going to sweat the small stuff even if things don't go exactly as planned.


My fellow Farkers... marry a woman like this. Trust me. Seriously.

/and if she likes sports and good music too, don't even think twice
 
2012-10-05 11:32:22 AM
Bachelorette party in Vegas? $10 says she gobbles some dude's schlong while they're out whoring it up.
 
2012-10-05 11:32:34 AM

blatz514: /always a groomsmen, never a groom.


i.ytimg.com

Give any good speeches?
 
2012-10-05 11:33:43 AM

mindaroth: Women who have had weddings of any size, why was it important to you? Legit question, not asking to snark.


It was important to me because I only planned to ever do it once. I didn't want a huge affair, just family & friends for a fun time (even had a strict "no kids under 15 at the reception" rule which, thankfully, everyone heeded). Ceremony was 20 minutes, portraits were taken at a JC Penney photo studio, and the reception was at an Elks Lodge. We had disposable cameras on the table instead of a photographer and my younger brother manned the video camera for us. Entire wedding was maybe $2500 and, 20 years later, people still tell me it was the most relaxed, fun wedding they'd ever been at.

It's not about the fanfare, it's about the attitude. If you have this super-expensive extravaganza and you're stressing over ever little detail, your guests can tell and aren't relaxed. Me--I wanted a day to wear a pretty dress and host a huge-ass party. If I have ANY regrets, it's that I chickened out and didn't get married on Halloween and have a costume wedding (We got married on Nov. 1st, a Sunday, instead). I was too worried about what my stupid uptight family would think and it was a mistake. Should have just went all out.
 
2012-10-05 11:36:00 AM
I read that thinking 'this cannot be real', then I remembered, some women can't understand normal thinking.

/Run Jake Run
//If I was one of the women she asked to be a bridesmaid, I think I'd have to respond with a very well crafted, backhanded, rejection.
 
2012-10-05 11:36:37 AM
Your wedding day goes by so fast. It's so not worth ruining friendships or going bankrupt over. I think too many women get married for the party and to be princess for a day, without thinking about the life that comes after it.
 
2012-10-05 11:36:38 AM
I've been married twice. First time we did a "Medieval" themed wedding (dressing up in renn-style stuff was completely optional, but most people did it), had all our friends in the wedding party and they could choose whatever outfit they wanted, spent about $7K total on the whole thing including reception. Everyone had a blast and we heard for years after that people (even older relatives) thought the wedding was the best they'd ever been to.

Second time I bought a more traditional dress for about $300, hubby rented a tux, I sewed our daughters' bridesmaid dresses. Only other people in attendance were our mothers, and the people who happened to be walking by the old gristmill waterfall at the time. Total cost was probably $2500, including travel, hotel, and fancy dinner afterwards.

Stories like this make me completely ill. If you want a $100K+ wedding and can afford it, awesome, but then I say foot the bill for everyone. Honestly I don't know why it's expected for wedding party members to have to spend so much for someone else's wedding, I would feel incredibly guilty.
 
2012-10-05 11:36:47 AM
One more thing: I am aware that my grammar is not perfect. I have no illusions that I'm cut out to be a copy editor, that my spelling is above reproach, or that my daily emails lack obvious typos. However, I would have serious second thoughts about marrying someone who couldn't figure out the difference between "your" and "you're." I suppose I can't guarantee that I would never marry such a person; Desperation can cloud your judgement after too many years. However, if I did, I'd probably always think that I was "settling."
 
2012-10-05 11:37:42 AM
Our wedding was middle-low key. Did the traditional thing but not the go for broke BS. Anyone from western Pa / Eastern Ohio will appreciate the two main courses at our reception was Pizza Joes and Giant Eagle fried chicken. I've been to countless weddings where they required the catering to be in-house for the hall. And I've only had food that wasn't total shiat maybe once, and it was obvious they doled out some serious cash for that reception.

Also, had to do some research and contact Long Trail Brewing, but I was able to get a half barrel of Long Trail Ale from Erie Beverage Co. so I wouldn't have the typical bud light / miller lite. Long Trail is one of my favorite beers from tap. It's just too punchy from a bottle, but from draft it's magical.

I'm a foodie. If I had bad food and bad drink at my reception, **I** was not going to be happy.
 
2012-10-05 11:38:04 AM

vonapathy: honey, you're not ready to get married.


Why, because I admit that I still love the idea of being proposed to? OH NOES.

/sweetheart, don't be hatin'
 
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