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(Big Frog 104)   Bon Jovi granted a wish of a lifetime when he walked his biggest fan down the aisle at the same Vegas Chapel he got married at in 1989   (bigfrog104.com) divider line 27
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2013-10-14 09:18:13 AM
At what point are grooms pointless at weddings? "OK, honey, have fun at your Princess Dress-Up party. Let me know when we're legally man and wife, and I'll pick you up later."
 
2013-10-14 09:19:49 AM
I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)
 
2013-10-14 09:28:04 AM
So did he nail her the night before the wedding?
I think that would fulfill her other dream.
 
2013-10-14 09:28:56 AM
CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily
 
2013-10-14 09:33:14 AM
Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.
 
2013-10-14 09:59:05 AM

The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily


I got married there as well. 3 years in November.

Their Elvis is really good.
 
2013-10-14 10:05:20 AM

OnlyM3: Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.


Jesus Christ....this.

Her wedding day will forever be the day her dream man walked her down the isle.  Also, her husband was there.
 
2013-10-14 10:09:56 AM

The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily


I did as well.
 
2013-10-14 10:40:38 AM

spcMike: I got married there as well. 3 years in November.


abhorrent1: I did as well.


Seems like we have a club!
 
2013-10-14 10:49:31 AM

OnlyM3: Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.


Seriously. If my fiancee cared that much about some crappy musician, I'd probably be reconsidering my decision to get married.
 
2013-10-14 10:49:35 AM
He started walking her down the aisle. After a few steps, he yelled "Oh oh, we're halfway there..."

She replied "I don't care if we make it or not."
 
2013-10-14 11:08:34 AM

OnlyM3: Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.


I was just thinking, "If Bon Jovi is the star at your wedding, I don't give your marriage good odds."
 
2013-10-14 11:29:41 AM

abhorrent1: The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily

I did as well.


Every five years the wife and I get remarried. Wedding number two was there eight years ago.
 
2013-10-14 11:57:12 AM
This whole ceremony gives love a bad name...
 
2013-10-14 01:31:26 PM
He was there for her.

Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.
 
2013-10-14 01:40:25 PM

GibbyTheMole: I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)


H31N0US: Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.


Sometimes I feel like if a story came out that Assad had gassed a wedding party and had his soldiers rape the bride at knifepoint in front of her dying parents, a few people would add in the comments to the story, "I knew Assad about 10 years back. For all intents and purposes, seemed like a great, down-to-earth guy. Said hi back to anybody who'd say hi to him."

Perhaps we lower the bar for what nice behavior is for famous people, and doing what any other human being does shouldn't be deemed so special.
Or, we should remember men like Jon Bon Jovi for what they're known for doing: creating utter shiat that passes for music.
 
2013-10-14 01:51:35 PM

EyeballKid: GibbyTheMole: I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)

H31N0US: Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.

Sometimes I feel like if a story came out that Assad had gassed a wedding party and had his soldiers rape the bride at knifepoint in front of her dying parents, a few people would add in the comments to the story, "I knew Assad about 10 years back. For all intents and purposes, seemed like a great, down-to-earth guy. Said hi back to anybody who'd say hi to him."

Perhaps we lower the bar for what nice behavior is for famous people, and doing what any other human being does shouldn't be deemed so special.
Or, we should remember men like Jon Bon Jovi for what they're known for doing: creating utter shiat that passes for music.


How's that bitter-guy thing working out for you?
 
2013-10-14 02:05:05 PM

H31N0US: EyeballKid: GibbyTheMole: I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)

H31N0US: Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.

Sometimes I feel like if a story came out that Assad had gassed a wedding party and had his soldiers rape the bride at knifepoint in front of her dying parents, a few people would add in the comments to the story, "I knew Assad about 10 years back. For all intents and purposes, seemed like a great, down-to-earth guy. Said hi back to anybody who'd say hi to him."

Perhaps we lower the bar for what nice behavior is for famous people, and doing what any other human being does shouldn't be deemed so special.
Or, we should remember men like Jon Bon Jovi for what they're known for doing: creating utter shiat that passes for music.

How's that bitter-guy thing working out for you?


Exactly the same as your deal, except I'm not acting like shiat music is good. But, that works for you, so no big whoop.
 
2013-10-14 02:08:25 PM

OnlyM3: Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.


Well, it IS Jon Bon Jovi, so it's understandable.

//also a fan of Jon.  :-)
 
2013-10-14 02:10:26 PM

mjbok: abhorrent1: The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily

I did as well.

Every five years the wife and I get remarried. Wedding number two was there eight years ago.


Does your marriage license expire or something?  Why do you do that?

I never got that.  And I'm female.
 
2013-10-14 04:00:43 PM

glassa: OnlyM3: Protip: If your girlfriend is this obsessed about another man, you're in for problems.

Well, it IS Jon Bon Jovi, so it's understandable.

//also a fan of Jon.  :-)


I'm a fan of $nameOfFamousPornStar too, but I wouldn't invite her to walk me down the isle at my wedding.  My wife probably wouldn't have liked that.
 
2013-10-14 04:43:44 PM

glassa: mjbok: abhorrent1: The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily

I did as well.

Every five years the wife and I get remarried. Wedding number two was there eight years ago.

Does your marriage license expire or something?  Why do you do that?

I never got that.  And I'm female.


Ya-Why don't you just stick your vows on the fridge with a magnet like a normal couple?

EyeballKid: GibbyTheMole: I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)

H31N0US: Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.

Sometimes I feel like if a story came out that Assad had gassed a wedding party and had his soldiers rape the bride at knifepoint in front of her dying parents, a few people would add in the comments to the story, "I knew Assad about 10 years back. For all intents and purposes, seemed like a great, down-to-earth guy. Said hi back to anybody who'd say hi to him."

Perhaps we lower the bar for what nice behavior is for famous people, and doing what any other human being does shouldn't be deemed so special.
Or, we should remember men like Jon Bon Jovi for what they're known for doing: creating utter shiat that passes for music.


I just wrote an article/blog post about the Adrian Peterson story that touches on the part you mentioned about double standards for celebs. Waiting to see if it gets published. BTW, was there an Adrian Peterson flamewar on Fark that I missed out on?
 
2013-10-14 06:17:33 PM

glassa: mjbok: abhorrent1: The Dynamite Monkey: CSB:

The Dynamite Monkey got married at this chapel also.

/still happily

I did as well.

Every five years the wife and I get remarried. Wedding number two was there eight years ago.

Does your marriage license expire or something?  Why do you do that?

I never got that.  And I'm female.


It's not a serious thing.  It's an excuse to go to Vegas (or Cabo, or wherever), have some fun with friends.  It doesn't much (since you don't have to pay for the license) and it's just something to do.  Plus it's an excuse to do something as a couple without the kids in tow.
 
2013-10-14 09:58:15 PM
Whatever you may think of his music, everything I've ever heard about Bon Jovi indicates that he's a hell of a nice guy in person.
 
2013-10-15 09:13:21 AM

EyeballKid: GibbyTheMole: I'm not a huge fan of the band, but everything I've seen indicates he's a helluva nice guy. Good on ya, Jon!   :-)

H31N0US: Aside from some local Monmouth county stories I heard when he was first hitting it big, all accounts has him being a pretty cool guy. Sebastian Bach as well.

Sometimes I feel like if a story came out that Assad had gassed a wedding party and had his soldiers rape the bride at knifepoint in front of her dying parents, a few people would add in the comments to the story, "I knew Assad about 10 years back. For all intents and purposes, seemed like a great, down-to-earth guy. Said hi back to anybody who'd say hi to him."

Perhaps we lower the bar for what nice behavior is for famous people, and doing what any other human being does shouldn't be deemed so special.
Or, we should remember men like Jon Bon Jovi for what they're known for doing: creating utter shiat that passes for music.


Yep... "any other human being" does this stuff.  and this kinda stuff... and works works on behalf of the Special Olympics, Red Cross, Habitat For Humanity, and childrens AIDS research... I mean, I'm sure you've done all that stuff, haven't you? 'Cause you're just a regular human being, and any other human being does that stuff, so it only stands to reason...

Maybe he could start another charity and raise some money to buy you a power washer to get that sand out of your vag.
 
2013-10-15 09:47:50 AM

GibbyTheMole: Yep... "any other human being" does this stuff. and this kinda stuff... and works works on behalf of the Special Olympics, Red Cross, Habitat For Humanity, and childrens AIDS research... I mean, I'm sure you've done all that stuff, haven't you? 'Cause you're just a regular human being, and any other human being does that stuff, so it only stands to reason...

Maybe he could start another charity and raise some money to buy you a power washer to get that sand out of your vag.


Or, maybe you can quit white-knighting should somebody say you listen to shiatty music.

But, nonetheless, wow-ee, somebody whose hardest job in 20+ years has been finding the right hairspray for a 2 hour show at the Meadowlands has time to give back some of the millions of bucks he's made for the sake of vanity charity projects -- provided that there's plenty of media attention each time he shows off what a big-hearted guy he is, as all your links at the ready prove -- do make me seem like an insignificant person.
 
2013-10-15 10:10:11 AM
You = troll... Welcome to my ignore list, dickbag.
 
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