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2013-03-05 12:50:00 AM  
If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.
 
2013-03-05 08:00:12 AM  
yeah, she's going to make a great Mom. meanwhile lads parents are fully unaware of child's anxiety issues. what a pack of morans.
 
2013-03-05 08:26:40 AM  

KrispyKritter: yeah, she's going to make a great Mom. meanwhile lads parents are fully unaware of child's anxiety issues. what a pack of morans.


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He was standing with his knees locked, which is a quick trip to feinting. Anybody who has been in the service knows this from the drill field, and this is also a very common occurrence in weddings.

It doesn't help when the ceremony is godawful long and overbearing, of course.I'm not a fan of weddings.

Clearly the kid looks up to the Groom, and didn't want to disappoint, as for the bride, yeah, she doesn't look like a prize (which is hard to do on wedding day), but with only a very short video, it's hard to judge something abut her personality (though she obviously would have won some points if she had at least bent over to ask how he was) - but keep in mind this is a wedding, and people aren't exactly in a normal mode of thinking.
 
2013-03-05 08:32:12 AM  
My take on her is that she is a "This day is going to be absolutely perfect even if I have to kill someone" type of bride.  It doesn't necessarily mean she's a monster ... just that she put WAY too much importance on every second of HER big day.
 
2013-03-05 08:36:44 AM  

LesserEvil: He was standing with his knees locked, which is a quick trip to feinting


Yes, truly, the stiff legged, knees locked feint, parry, and thrust rings forward method is known to best men worldwide.
 
2013-03-05 09:36:35 AM  
I read "Bride" as "Biden".  Works just as well as a headline.
 
2013-03-05 10:15:59 AM  

LesserEvil: Anybody who has been in the service knows this from the drill field


Yeah, what's up with this boy not utilizing his military training?
 
2013-03-05 10:37:40 AM  

thisisyourbrainonFark: LesserEvil: Anybody who has been in the service knows this from the drill field

Yeah, what's up with this boy not utilizing his military training?


Yeah, what's up with every wedding ever, people explaining the knee lockup thing, too?

I've suffered as a groom through a big Catholic wedding (1987) as well as several others as a party member, and the "not locking your knees" was specifically discussed in our rehearsals. As I mentioned, passing out because of this is VERY COMMON in wedding ceremonies. You can probably find quite a few videos on YouTube of wedding party members feinting.

I mentioned the drill field because it is also an additional source of feinting incidents.

I'm sure there are other situations where this comes into play, but those are easily the two most common, by far. Maybe marching bands and graduations, too?
 
2013-03-05 10:52:43 AM  
What a touching show of concern by the entire wedding party.
 
2013-03-05 11:33:51 AM  

LesserEvil: I mentioned the drill field because it is also an additional source of feinting incidents.


Okay now, I tried to be all snarky earlier to make my point. Now I'll just do a good deed and make it simple.

faint
/fānt/Adjective
(of a sight, smell, or sound) Barely perceptible.


Verb
Lose consciousness for a short time because of an insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain. FAINT


Noun
A sudden loss of consciousness. FAINT

feint

/fānt/Noun
A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, esp. in boxing or fencing. FEINT


Verb
Make a deceptive or distracting movement, typically during a fight. FEINT

//your turn to tell me to fark off....and....GO!

///also...I was in the military too, and watched a guy go over like a tree while at full parade rest, heh. sorta funny....glad it wasn't me.
 
2013-03-05 11:46:50 AM  

lantawa: LesserEvil: I mentioned the drill field because it is also an additional source of feinting incidents.

Okay now, I tried to be all snarky earlier to make my point. Now I'll just do a good deed and make it simple.

faint
/fānt/Adjective
(of a sight, smell, or sound) Barely perceptible.


Verb
Lose consciousness for a short time because of an insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain. FAINT


Noun
A sudden loss of consciousness. FAINT

feint
/fānt/Noun
A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, esp. in boxing or fencing. FEINT


Verb
Make a deceptive or distracting movement, typically during a fight. FEINT

//your turn to tell me to fark off....and....GO!

///also...I was in the military too, and watched a guy go over like a tree while at full parade rest, heh. sorta funny....glad it wasn't me.


OK, Fark off!

Meh. I'm usually better at this whole "English language" thing, but "feint/faint" is one I don't deal with much on a daily basis, so please forgive me. I'll bow to your impressive internalized knowledge of the OED. At least I'm not Rotsky.
 
2013-03-05 11:48:47 AM  

LesserEvil: OK, Fark off!

Meh. I'm usually better at this whole "English language" thing, but "feint/faint" is one I don't deal with much on a daily basis, so please forgive me. I'll bow to your impressive internalized knowledge of the OED. At least I'm not Rotsky.


heh....ur welcome.....may I have another?
 
2013-03-05 12:02:23 PM  

LesserEvil: I'm sure there are other situations where this comes into play, but those are easily the two most common, by far. Maybe marching bands and graduations, too?


Marching bands, absolutely.  Before clicking the link, I was thinking locked knees, and yeah, that kid fell like a 2x4.  We were doing drills in high school during August with Florida humidity.  Watching the numbnuts who locked their knees drop like flies helped pass the time.
 
2013-03-05 12:22:53 PM  
The look on her face said "omg I can't believe this.  My one big day and the only thing people are going to remember is little Johnny fainting. oh god i hope this isn't the one part that ends up on youtube.  Get up and walk it off you little *^&%.".
 
2013-03-05 12:35:36 PM  
How could people not jump up quicker???!!  The poor little dude is just laying prone on the freaking tile floor after face-planting.

I don't understand people who's first reaction isn't to assist in that situation.  I watch horror movies through my fingers and can't stand the sight of my own blood half the time, but when I've been on the scene of car accident or have seen someone injured, I just jump into the fray.  It's not even a conscience decision.

How about the groomsmen??  WTF?

Unless the couple gets divorced in the next few years, that little guy is going to have to live with this being brought up at family gathers for the rest of his life.  If that happens, I hope he thanks everyone present for being so concerned and trying to help when it actually happened.

/Wow.. this sounds like a rant but I didn't mean it to be.
 
2013-03-05 12:54:38 PM  
Is it possible, based on his "I thought I could do it" + everyone's barely paying attention reaction that he has some condition where this happens to him from time to time?
 
2013-03-05 01:26:54 PM  
I thought we were through will this whole planking business?

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2013-03-05 02:32:58 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.


I watched it again to be sure, but the groom doesn't seem too concerned about the kid either. His reaction was more, "what was that?" than concern.

A number of people there jumped up and tried to help the kid. The groom, much like the bride, just stood there. They're perfect for each other.

Fainting is scary to everyone around when it happens. Most people who see someone else faint are worried about the person who fainted. And if the fainter is anything like me they can feel it coming on and try to fight it.

I faint about once every 5-10 years. The last time it happened I was standing (knees not locked) and could feel the blood draining from my head and thought if I just sat down I'd be okay. It wasn't. I managed to find a chair but seconds later I just slumped forward and got a nice bump on my forehead as it impacted a hard floor.

I've never been out for more than a minute or so - so I'm told. It's hard to judge the passage of time when you're unconscious though. Usually I can identify a trigger which caused me to feel woozy, but not always.

I've never passed out from doing whippets (and I don't do those very often), but it's sort of like inhaling 10 balloons of whippets at once - at least for me it is - or what I imagine doing 10 balloons at once would be like.

I feel the blood draining from my head (or at least that's what it feels like), the world starts going dark and I hit the ground. I've learned that it's best not to fight it. I expect it will happen to me again at some point in the future. Next time I won't settle for sitting in a chair - if there's not a couch I'll just lay down on the floor because I'll end up there anyway.

The good news - for me anyway - is that recovery is pretty quick.
 
2013-03-05 02:38:03 PM  

Happy Hours: Bathia_Mapes: If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.

I watched it again to be sure, but the groom doesn't seem too concerned about the kid either. His reaction was more, "what was that?" than concern.

A number of people there jumped up and tried to help the kid. The groom, much like the bride, just stood there. They're perfect for each other.

Fainting is scary to everyone around when it happens. Most people who see someone else faint are worried about the person who fainted. And if the fainter is anything like me they can feel it coming on and try to fight it.

I faint about once every 5-10 years. The last time it happened I was standing (knees not locked) and could feel the blood draining from my head and thought if I just sat down I'd be okay. It wasn't. I managed to find a chair but seconds later I just slumped forward and got a nice bump on my forehead as it impacted a hard floor.

I've never been out for more than a minute or so - so I'm told. It's hard to judge the passage of time when you're unconscious though. Usually I can identify a trigger which caused me to feel woozy, but not always.

I've never passed out from doing whippets (and I don't do those very often), but it's sort of like inhaling 10 balloons of whippets at once - at least for me it is - or what I imagine doing 10 balloons at once would be like.

I feel the blood draining from my head (or at least that's what it feels like), the world starts going dark and I hit the ground. I've learned that it's best not to fight it. I expect it will happen to me again at some point in the future. Next time I won't settle for sitting in a chair - if there's not a couch I'll just lay down on the floor because I'll end up there anyway.

The good news - for me anyway - is that recovery is pretty quick.


I've fainted exactly once in my life, and that was at a doctor's office after a minor medical procedure was performed. If you're gonna faint, having both a doctor and nurse nearby is quite convenient.
 
2013-03-05 04:34:57 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.


The overwhelming majority of todays women are sociopaths that lack any type of personal agency.  Any idiot that is dumb enough to get married deserves what he gets.
 
2013-03-05 05:01:58 PM  
I hated being a 'Best Man'... Bachelor party was night before wedding which I thought was BAD idea... buddy starts telling how I can chug whiskey, I refuse, bets start coming out and piling up, so once I see about $50 on the table.. down goes about half a bottle and I'm toast.
Next day I still feel buzzed, except also feel like hell.... we're up at alter... in comes this super hot bride's maid and dipstick buddy leans over and says, "Oh fark, yummy, here comes the biatch!!!!" one minute before he is going to get married. And, I am standing there, trying not to loose it, half drunk, half splitting headache and the strain of trying not to laugh made head hurt so bad, I thought I was going to pass out right there in front of everyone.
 
2013-03-05 07:47:54 PM  
Look, everyone there knows that these two have only this one shot at marriage.  DO NOT STOP!
 
2013-03-05 08:55:35 PM  
Poor kid :(
 
2013-03-05 09:37:03 PM  
Some serious tonnage between the bride and bridesmaids there. Wish I had the catering gig for that party!
 
2013-03-05 11:42:11 PM  

yesanded: What a touching show of concern by the entire wedding party.


Let me guess:

Conservatives and/or fundimentalists.

Complete lack of empathy by almost everyone present.
 
2013-03-06 12:26:29 AM  

KrispyKritter: yeah, she's going to make a great Mom. meanwhile lads parents are fully unaware of child's anxiety issues. what a pack of morans.


You don't know what anyone was thinking from that video. Way to assume a bunch of imaginary issues though.

Why should the bride react when five other people jumped up to help? Smart people know to never, ever, ever, ever, ever allow children at weddings. It is too long and boring for them not to become a problem. That said, the young man was old enough to be there and for all we know he was feeling ill but thought he could make it through the event. My own son was the only child allowed at my wedding to my second husband and my son knew his very life depended on perfect behavior. It's not unfeeling to expect one day of your life to be safe from a mishap with someones child. Especially if the event costs you thousands of dollars.

You people act like everyone present should rush to the kid. You need to get out more. You've lost touch with reality.

Iophat, you are off your meds again.
 
2013-03-06 01:28:56 AM  

Mija: KrispyKritter: yeah, she's going to make a great Mom. meanwhile lads parents are fully unaware of child's anxiety issues. what a pack of morans.

You don't know what anyone was thinking from that video. Way to assume a bunch of imaginary issues though.

Why should the bride react when five other people jumped up to help?  That said, the young man was old enough to be there and for all we know he was feeling ill but thought he could make it through the event. My own son was the only child allowed at my wedding to my second husband and my son knew his very life depended on perfect behavior. It's not unfeeling to expect one day of your life to be safe from a mishap with someones child. Especially if the event costs you thousands of dollars.

You people act like everyone present should rush to the kid. You need to get out more. You've lost touch with reality.

Iophat, you are off your meds again.


Screw you. I can have my own opinion, just as you have yours. I'm not surprised you're remarried, and this one probably won't last either. Going by your own words, you're a horrible mother. I can see why you would not expect a woman to react to a child who may be injured, you're probably the same way. Stand there and just look, like a cow in the field chewing its cud. Then your statement "Smart people know to never, ever, ever, ever, ever allow children at weddings. It is too long and boring for them not to become a problem." is followed up by how you had your son at your 2nd wedding and you made it clear to him "my son knew his very life depended on perfect behavior." You're a real piece of work, lady. You having the balls to tell anyone else they've lost touch with reality is amusing, you hypocritical POS. And at least i am medicated and smart enough not to reproduce. You should have done the world a favor following the same path, princess. Best of luck finding your next husband, you witch.
 
HBK
2013-03-06 01:56:44 AM  

TheMega: I hated being a 'Best Man'... Bachelor party was night before wedding which I thought was BAD idea... buddy starts telling how I can chug whiskey, I refuse, bets start coming out and piling up, so once I see about $50 on the table.. down goes about half a bottle and I'm toast.
Next day I still feel buzzed, except also feel like hell.... we're up at alter... in comes this super hot bride's maid and dipstick buddy leans over and says, "Oh fark, yummy, here comes the biatch!!!!" one minute before he is going to get married. And, I am standing there, trying not to loose it, half drunk, half splitting headache and the strain of trying not to laugh made head hurt so bad, I thought I was going to pass out right there in front of everyone.


That's on you. You want the bachelor party well before the wedding. Night before the wedding should be reserved for light drinking and ragging on the guy about his exes.
 
2013-03-06 05:43:54 AM  

LesserEvil: lantawa: LesserEvil: I mentioned the drill field because it is also an additional source of feinting incidents.

Okay now, I tried to be all snarky earlier to make my point. Now I'll just do a good deed and make it simple.

faint
/fānt/Adjective
(of a sight, smell, or sound) Barely perceptible.


Verb
Lose consciousness for a short time because of an insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain. FAINT


Noun
A sudden loss of consciousness. FAINT

feint
/fānt/Noun
A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, esp. in boxing or fencing. FEINT


Verb
Make a deceptive or distracting movement, typically during a fight. FEINT

//your turn to tell me to fark off....and....GO!

///also...I was in the military too, and watched a guy go over like a tree while at full parade rest, heh. sorta funny....glad it wasn't me.

OK, Fark off!

Meh. I'm usually better at this whole "English language" thing, but "feint/faint" is one I don't deal with much on a daily basis, so please forgive me.


No.
 
2013-03-06 07:09:27 AM  
Ha!

Bridezilla's special, magical day is toast.

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2013-03-06 09:18:00 AM  

lordaction: Bathia_Mapes: If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.

The overwhelming majority of todays women are sociopaths that lack any type of personal agency.  Any idiot that is dumb enough to get married deserves what he gets.


i need a best man, for my wedding, you in? you don't have to do anything, just pretend to be myfriend
 
2013-03-06 09:25:24 AM  

UncleStumpy: lordaction: Bathia_Mapes: If I was the groom I would have ran away as fast as I could. biatch bride didn't even react when the child passed out.

The overwhelming majority of todays women are sociopaths that lack any type of personal agency.  Any idiot that is dumb enough to get married deserves what he gets.

i need a best man, for my wedding, you in? you don't have to do anything, just pretend to be myfriend


Sounds good.  Just let me know the time and dates.
 
2013-03-06 10:16:22 AM  

Lor M. Ipsum: LesserEvil: I'm sure there are other situations where this comes into play, but those are easily the two most common, by far. Maybe marching bands and graduations, too?

Marching bands, absolutely.  Before clicking the link, I was thinking locked knees, and yeah, that kid fell like a 2x4.  We were doing drills in high school during August with Florida humidity.  Watching the numbnuts who locked their knees drop like flies helped pass the time.


Yes, marching band.  At contests, during inspection we'd have to stand at attention while holding our instruments for up to half an hour.   Our band director drilled this into us "Do NOT lock your knees or you WILL pass out!"
 
2013-03-06 10:56:07 AM  
Heh, 'feint'
 
2013-03-06 01:13:28 PM  
Dude, RUN.

/Then nuke it from orbit
 
2013-03-06 01:28:50 PM  

HBK: TheMega: I hated being a 'Best Man'... Bachelor party was night before wedding which I thought was BAD idea... buddy starts telling how I can chug whiskey, I refuse, bets start coming out and piling up, so once I see about $50 on the table.. down goes about half a bottle and I'm toast.
Next day I still feel buzzed, except also feel like hell.... we're up at alter... in comes this super hot bride's maid and dipstick buddy leans over and says, "Oh fark, yummy, here comes the biatch!!!!" one minute before he is going to get married. And, I am standing there, trying not to loose it, half drunk, half splitting headache and the strain of trying not to laugh made head hurt so bad, I thought I was going to pass out right there in front of everyone.

That's on you. You want the bachelor party well before the wedding. Night before the wedding should be reserved for light drinking and ragging on the guy about his exes.


CSB:  When I was 19 my best friend asked me to be the best man for his wedding (an unexpected surprize led them to tying the knot) and of course I said yes.  The batchelor party was the night before and as I'm leaving the bar (the drinking age was 18 then, off the lawn) I get mugged.  Two black eyes, a broken nose and a big lump on the back of my head/neck.  I was at the hospital until 4am and the wedding was at 11 in the morning in another town an hour away.  I was in July in North Florida at an old metal roofed house and of course that means no AC.  To my credit I didn't faint but I wanted to.  The old Baptist preacher took me aside after the ceremony and told me I needed to change my ways.  I just smiled and walked away to puke in the bushes.  Good times.
 
2013-03-06 10:12:39 PM  

LesserEvil: thisisyourbrainonFark: LesserEvil: Anybody who has been in the service knows this from the drill field

Yeah, what's up with this boy not utilizing his military training?

Yeah, what's up with every wedding ever, people explaining the knee lockup thing, too?

I've suffered as a groom through a big Catholic wedding (1987) as well as several others as a party member, and the "not locking your knees" was specifically discussed in our rehearsals. As I mentioned, passing out because of this is VERY COMMON in wedding ceremonies. You can probably find quite a few videos on YouTube of wedding party members feinting.

I mentioned the drill field because it is also an additional source of feinting incidents.

I'm sure there are other situations where this comes into play, but those are easily the two most common, by far. Maybe marching bands and graduations, too?


You do not lock your knees because you will fall flat. If you do not lock your knees, you will crumple in place. Less chance of injury that way.

It doesn't make you feint.

/vet
 
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