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Renn Faire WeddingLet's start off on the right hoof.
Ah, the wedding of Torack the Troll and the Fairy; 'twas quite magickal.
If you are going to do the whole Renn Faire thing, learn an accent that doesn't sound straight out of an Alabama filling station...
Also, here's a note when writing your wedding vows: don't give a shout-out to the other hearty wenches in the crowd.
Please notice how the woman's face is hidden (displaying the mercy of her husband-elect) throughout the entire ceremony.
Also, never EVER mention your ex-wife in your wedding vows.
On top of that don't you want to get married when you look your BEST? But then again, maybe this is his best.
Look, I love mead and turkey legs (which by the way... are native to North America - woop woop) as much as the next guy, but c'mon, folks, there's obviously a time and a place... a long, long time ago in a place that doesn't exist.
Second Life Wedding'When planning my wedding, I was worried about inconveniencing my guests. I was given some advice: "Have you ever gone to wedding and thought afterward 'My, that was convenient.'
This Second Life wedding is the opposite of "The Destination Wedding" (#9) it's tooooooo convenient.
The gown takes a few moments to design, the bridesmaid dresses don't really cost anything and the viewer can choose their own favorite snack cake to enjoy in front of their keyboard. . But c'mon it's a wedding! It's time for some real interaction here.
Unless your actual marriage (and the consumation) is gonna take place in a chat room, maybe it's time to hone some social skills.
But hey, at least this type of wedding makes it easy to pick out the jarretière.. yummy!
Confederate WeddingC'mon... the war is over, the South lost.
For the most part, the traditions and styles of this bygone era have been completely relegated to the selective memory of "Gone With The Wind." This is akin to re-ancting the Gore loss over and over again. If anyone was still alive that actually fought in the Civil War they would tell you: "Who the hell remembers this fondly?"
But hey, here's to at least being thankful that they're nestled in a part of the country where they most likely don't have any black friends because otherwise...ummm, AWKWARD.
The funniest part is at 04:15 when the (almost frighteningly) Aryan child is shown for WAY too long and is then followed by shots of a family forced to dress in the most unflattering garb imaginable. The women are miserable and the men are embarrassed... yep, THIS couple will be popular come the holidays.
The NASCAR WeddingLiving life in the fast lane? Try the NASCAR WEDDING. What really lacks on these weddings, as far as authenticity is concerned, is the feel of the farmer tan sunburns exposed in the crowd via sleeveless, drooping white shirts with eagles on them and the scantily clad women showing off their hooters for the drivers before going to their night job at an actual Hooters. It'd be interesting to see how the NASCAR husband/wife got home after the wedding, I bet there's some epic drunk driving videos of the couple.
Sure, this couple to the left is renewing their vows, but at least every other wedding on this list has either weirdo or nerd love involved. Everyone in the wedding is playing a character they feel represents THEM and expressing their love for each other via fantastical parallels.
Here they got a NASCAR has-been to get ordained online after winning a contest.
NASCAR wedding is not for those with, you know, "emotions". Also, I bet after this wedding there are probably some epic
Star Trek/Klingon WeddingA Klingon Wedding goes like this:
1. Captain Kordite's website indicates, Klingon wedding vows proclaim "we join one another, one becomes two, two becomes a household, houses become armies, armies build the empire."
2. The Couple takes two steps backwards to stand back to back.
3. The officiate draws a dagger which he holds above their heads.
4. The couple reaches up with their right hands and grasp the blade palm down.
5. The couple turns to the left to face each other.
6. The officiate lowers the blade to waist level, the couple's hands still atop the blade.
7. The officiate places his hand on top of the couple's hands. (source: http://www.tasigh.org/kordite/wedding.html)
YIn (Life)! Batlh.(Honor)! Qapla' (Success)!
It's awesome how other cultures view this right of passa... wait... this isn't a real race of people!
I'm probably gonna get killed on this, but I don't believe there is a Klingon wedding in any of the movies or TV Shows. So even inferring all of this is kind of a stretch.
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