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(93.3 FLZ Tampa Bay)   Couple who had their marriage proposal seen by 17 million on YouTube have released another sappy video that will make you cry   (933flz.com) divider line 21
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2013-02-14 05:35:54 PM
I'm not saying that guy is gay but....


ts1.mm.bing.net
 
2013-02-14 05:55:55 PM
Yes, both videos melted my cold, black heart.

It's nice to see a happy, welcoming family.

Mazel tov to both of those crazy kids!
 
2013-02-14 05:57:11 PM
*grabs waste basket*
 
2013-02-14 06:10:11 PM
i'd rather be on the carnival triumph then with them
 
2013-02-14 06:34:17 PM
It's amazing that he could get his whole family to participate in something like this.  Seriously.

I can't even get my mother to call me on my birthday.  Seriously.
 
2013-02-14 06:55:51 PM
The girl in the red dress from the first video...


/in my bunk
 
2013-02-14 07:54:47 PM
Maybe it's just me, but I have known a lot of couples, and from what I've seen, when a couple is still so conspicuously affectionate after they've been together for a while, they're usually going to be headed to a divorce lawyer in a few years. I certainly don't wish that fate on this couple or any couple for that matter, but it's just something I've noticed.
 
2013-02-14 07:57:59 PM

starlost: i'd rather be on the carnival triumph then with them


I think I'd rather be with them first, then the Triumph.  Maybe not even the Triumph at all.
 
2013-02-14 09:16:59 PM

Atomic Spunk: Maybe it's just me, but I have known a lot of couples, and from what I've seen, when a couple is still so conspicuously affectionate after they've been together for a while, they're usually going to be headed to a divorce lawyer in a few years. I certainly don't wish that fate on this couple or any couple for that matter, but it's just something I've noticed.


My observation is that I don't know anyone that was married on a beach somewhere tropical that is still together.  I suppose it's a similar observation.  My guess is that it's indicative of people that are prone to drama.  That's not necessarily a bad thing, but relationships with dramatic people are simply more volatile.

And people that spend all their money getting married on a beach probably don't make fantastic financial decisions either.  That never seems to help a relationship.

/Married 20 years this summer
//wife is incredibly pragmatic, and I love her for it
 
2013-02-14 09:28:29 PM

unyon: Atomic Spunk: Maybe it's just me, but I have known a lot of couples, and from what I've seen, when a couple is still so conspicuously affectionate after they've been together for a while, they're usually going to be headed to a divorce lawyer in a few years. I certainly don't wish that fate on this couple or any couple for that matter, but it's just something I've noticed.

My observation is that I don't know anyone that was married on a beach somewhere tropical that is still together.  I suppose it's a similar observation.  My guess is that it's indicative of people that are prone to drama.  That's not necessarily a bad thing, but relationships with dramatic people are simply more volatile.

And people that spend all their money getting married on a beach probably don't make fantastic financial decisions either.  That never seems to help a relationship.

/Married 20 years this summer
//wife is incredibly pragmatic, and I love her for it


Congratulations! My wife and I are also celebrating our 20th anniversary later this month. We actually were married on the beach. Actually, on a patch of grass next to the ocean, just outside of the reception hall. But we live in Hawaii, and it's really common for couples to get married on the beach.
 
2013-02-14 10:54:55 PM
It's no coincidence this video is on Valentine's day. Some couples are just competitive to prove that they are king and queen of the heap when it comes to "love." My feed all day on facebook and twitter have been packed with couples posting pictures of  flowers, food, and photos of flowers, food, and posing with flowers and food for photos. But it's like they're all the same in trying to be unique.
 
2013-02-14 11:15:48 PM

Atomic Spunk: Congratulations! My wife and I are also celebrating our 20th anniversary later this month. We actually were married on the beach. Actually, on a patch of grass next to the ocean, just outside of the reception hall. But we live in Hawaii, and it's really common for couples to get married on the beach.


Congrats to you as well.  You guys being married on the beach is like cheating.  Being as I'm in Calgary, any wedding I'm invited to involving a beach also involves a pricey flight.  It'd be like you getting married in Banff, which for me is outside the front door.
 
2013-02-15 12:38:52 AM
I think both films are nothing short of amazing.  That said, I've been married 19 years, brother.  The pace car is going to slow the fark down.  That's life. I'm sure they're in love. I was. I'm sure the sex is pretty spectacular. It was for me.  Then came the children.  Once there are kids who can form a thought, kiss the romance goodbye.  You might have sex a once or twice a week, but as the kids age, your sex life will be replaced by a book.  Yes, a non-vibrating book.  Your only outlet will become the bathroom, some fond memories, and a fast hand. Otherwise, as good as this is, your creative days are numbered...  I will say this, however...serious kudos for creating a loving environment.  Very cool!
 
2013-02-15 03:26:04 AM

jonjr215: I think both films are nothing short of amazing.  That said, I've been married 19 years, brother.  The pace car is going to slow the fark down.  That's life. I'm sure they're in love. I was. I'm sure the sex is pretty spectacular. It was for me.  Then came the children.  Once there are kids who can form a thought, kiss the romance goodbye.  You might have sex a once or twice a week, but as the kids age, your sex life will be replaced by a book.  Yes, a non-vibrating book.  Your only outlet will become the bathroom, some fond memories, and a fast hand. Otherwise, as good as this is, your creative days are numbered...  I will say this, however...serious kudos for creating a loving environment.  Very cool!


Obligatory?
 
2013-02-15 04:02:18 AM
I hate them and all they stand for.
 
2013-02-15 05:21:50 AM

buntz: It's amazing that he could get his whole family to participate in something like this.  Seriously.

I can't even get my mother to call me on my birthday.  Seriously.


I would kill to be part of that healthy family environment.
 
2013-02-15 09:28:42 AM
There's a lot of damn dust in here!
 
2013-02-15 02:02:53 PM
Will they happily film their divorce arguments and proceedings?
 
2013-02-15 03:22:52 PM

unfarkingbelievable: Will they happily film their divorce arguments and proceedings?


I think I wanna de-vorce-uuuuuu......
 
2013-02-15 04:30:53 PM

Hardy-r-r: buntz: It's amazing that he could get his whole family to participate in something like this.  Seriously.

I can't even get my mother to call me on my birthday.  Seriously.

I would kill to be part of that healthy family environment.


At least one gay couple in there openly celebrating their own love. Pretty awesome, if you ask me.
 
2013-02-17 05:48:00 PM

unyon: Atomic Spunk: Maybe it's just me, but I have known a lot of couples, and from what I've seen, when a couple is still so conspicuously affectionate after they've been together for a while, they're usually going to be headed to a divorce lawyer in a few years. I certainly don't wish that fate on this couple or any couple for that matter, but it's just something I've noticed.

My observation is that I don't know anyone that was married on a beach somewhere tropical that is still together.  I suppose it's a similar observation.  My guess is that it's indicative of people that are prone to drama.  That's not necessarily a bad thing, but relationships with dramatic people are simply more volatile.

And people that spend all their money getting married on a beach probably don't make fantastic financial decisions either.  That never seems to help a relationship.

/Married 20 years this summer
//wife is incredibly pragmatic, and I love her for it


I was married on a beach almost 12 years ago. We spent 1/6 what friends of mine had at the time for a "traditional" wedding. We're the only ones that didn't finance anything and we're the only ones still together. It's probably because there was a swim up bar 30 minutes after the reception was over.
 
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