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2014-01-19 05:28:04 PM
5 votes:
Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?
2014-01-19 04:54:04 PM
3 votes:

Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.


Yeah, it sounds like Coontzilla didn't get to feel as superior and exclusionary as she wanted to at her wedding, so now she's ready for a second go 5 years later.
2014-01-19 08:46:13 PM
2 votes:
What 40+ yr old cleavage might look like
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2014-01-19 07:52:12 PM
2 votes:

Musikslayer: half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first.


Read the article? Read the article? What sort of people do you take us for? We're all about reading the comments and making snap judgements that may or may not be based on reality! And we're all about the JPEGs too.

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2014-01-19 07:35:51 PM
2 votes:

Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?


Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.
2014-01-19 07:03:25 PM
2 votes:

miss diminutive: doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?

Some people like to throw parties. Last year I threw a party to celebrate 8 years since I had my braces removed. Served corn on the cob, toffee and bubblegum and we all sat around flossing.

/not really


Yeah, but while parties are fun I wouldn't want to go someone's five year wedding aniversary. That's just skin crawlingly self absorbed.
2014-01-19 04:45:45 PM
2 votes:

433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)


The first question is a lot more interesting.
2014-01-19 10:25:25 PM
1 votes:
i41.tinypic.com
2014-01-19 09:50:01 PM
1 votes:

ArcadianRefugee: Can you ever go wrong by mentioning boobies?


NOPE.
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Please note that I Could Be Wrong....
2014-01-19 09:45:36 PM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: C'mon... a necktie with jeans and Chucks? I bet he has an iphone, too!


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2014-01-19 09:43:29 PM
1 votes:

ArcadianRefugee: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee:

Keep skipping over the part where we took the time to contact her and she said it was fine and then went passive aggressive after the fact. I'll just be standing over.

Keep ignoring the part where all I have done thus far is cite the rules of etiquette; I made little to no comment beyond that.

So, to repeat, clarify, and comment:

* if +1's were noted on the invitation, she has no room to complain.
* if +1's were not noted on the invitation, the guest was in the wrong.

Go ahead; I'll wait. I'll "just be standing over" as well.

If I said more than that regarding either party detailed in the article, please point it out to me and I will acknowledge my error. Otherwise, please show how contacting the person affects anything (the rules of etiquette) I've stated.


You do not invite half of a couple to a social event without giving offense. If the person is not a part of a couple, the plus one rule comes into play. If it is an established couple it is deeply, unspeakably rude to invite one partner to a social situation and deliberately exclude the other person. We are not talking about someone rustling up a  date for a party. We are talking about a couple. There is no way this says anything other than, "We like you, but we cannot stand your taste in partners. Be a dear and show up on this date, but tell the person you love that we cannot abide her." Clearly the letter writer knows this, or she would not assume that the couple would assume their partners should come, too.

There is only one way to get around this. If you know the half of the couple you dislike is out of town, you can invite the person you like over for a nice meal or out for a drink. If that turns into a huge bash, well, that's just how things worked out.
2014-01-19 08:57:30 PM
1 votes:

quatchi: Bewbs win. Every. Time.


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<Jack_Kirby> Nuff said. </Jack_Kirby>
2014-01-19 08:29:43 PM
1 votes:

listernine: feinting couch


A couch that pretends to attack you in one way, then attacks you in a completely different way that you weren't expecting? You have very interesting couches.

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2014-01-19 08:16:36 PM
1 votes:

Musikslayer: AHA! My diabolical scheme worked!


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"Diabolical"? I am convinced that the Creator has given humanity the gift of boobs in order to reflect the splendor of something or other and produce awesomeness. However, I Could Be Wrong.
2014-01-19 08:06:53 PM
1 votes:

The_Original_Roxtar: nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.


THIS... what kind of pretentious twat has a 5 year wedding anniversary?!

25, sure. 50, sure. 75... of course.

5?! GTFO.
2014-01-19 08:00:44 PM
1 votes:
nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.
2014-01-19 07:59:27 PM
1 votes:

Musikslayer: This is going to be on epic Fark thread. It's already off to a great start, since half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first. And as someone also born during the LBJ admin, I'll take those big ol adult boobies stickin' out for all to see in their chubby glory, whilst you kiddies are trying to unsnap kitten's training bra.

/Stay off my lawn.


The first story is way more crazy and worth talking about than the second one. shiat even the lady offering advice finished the boob story in 2 sentences. The first story is where the crazy is!
2014-01-19 07:52:12 PM
1 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: Yeah, it sounds like Coontzilla didn't get to feel as superior and exclusionary as she wanted to at her wedding, so now she's ready for a second go 5 years later.


I thinking who really wants to go to a party thrown by her anyways.
2014-01-19 07:50:31 PM
1 votes:

AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.


That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.
2014-01-19 07:48:40 PM
1 votes:
This is going to be on epic Fark thread. It's already off to a great start, since half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first. And as someone also born during the LBJ admin, I'll take those big ol adult boobies stickin' out for all to see in their chubby glory, whilst you kiddies are trying to unsnap kitten's training bra.

/Stay off my lawn.
2014-01-19 07:29:29 PM
1 votes:
"... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?
2014-01-19 07:18:20 PM
1 votes:
The first question sounds like it comes from an uber coont. Oh no, somebody showed up with a date who I didn't personally OK. What a vapid coont.
2014-01-19 06:24:08 PM
1 votes:

NewportBarGuy: Am I to assume she would frown upon sticking one's dick in the mashed potatoes?


Only if the invitation makes it clear it's going to be that kind of party.
 
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