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2012-10-11 01:36:12 PM  
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Not stealing. Just another white person scrounging for wedding supplies.
2012-10-11 01:31:03 PM  
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Something borrowed - check

and/or

When he sees me in this dress, he'll have to say "Yes". So maybe I'll have to wait until his divorce is finalized. It's better than waiting two years for him, aka the grieving widow, to get over 'his mourning' plus it won't be messy for me. Not that I wouldn't mind stabbing that biatch a couple of times just for making my happiness difficult.

Got the dress. Need to steal some shoes. Swing by the church and priestnap a priest. We'll have the wedding in the park so I can watch for cops. Then, it's off to Aruba for an extended honeymoon/cooling down period. I'll convince him to relocate to California. No way they'll extradite for a stolen wedding dress or priestnapping.
2012-10-11 01:28:20 PM  
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I wonder if she quickly got picked up by a guy in a mustache who wanted to call her "frog?"
2012-10-11 01:15:54 PM  
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Julieahni: She's white, so I'm not sure that's stealing. She just helped herself to it.


Wait. You mean I don't have to pay for stuff because I'm white? Gawddamnit, I've been wasting so much money!
 
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