Don’t judge, it works for us.
One of the shows that we often watch is “Four Weddings.” It is part of Mrs. C’s attempt to turn me gay. I always thought that is something that you are just born with, but I might be wrong as I am beginning to like this show.
Actually I like the show as it gives me a chance to bash the women who are so incredibly picky and judgmental.
The show is a competition where four brides rate each other’s weddings. The bride with the best wedding gets a free honeymoon on a beautiful island. The best part of the show is listening to each bride’s critique of the other’s ceremony.
“I give Teresa’s wedding a 6. I loved her gown, but there weren’t enough flowers in the church. The food was ok, but the steak was too rare and my fork had water stains.
“I gave Marsha’s wedding a 4. The wedding vows were beautiful, but the priest was kinda short. I was not a big fan of her a-line dress, the DJ was hard to hear and my shoes were too tight.
“I rated Mary’s wedding a 7. The ceremony on the beach was beautiful, though there was too much sand. The cocktail party was really nice and I loved the special Weddingtini’s. I don’t remember anything else.
“I have to give Sally’s wedding a two. The church was too warm, her dress was too white, her husband was bald, the music too loud, the food too cold, the ceremony was too long, and the date was at the wrong time of the month.”
Just once I would like to see the same show with the grooms ranking each wedding.
“I give Vinnies wedding a 9. The ceremony was short, the liquor was free and the bridesmaids were hot!”
“I give Ron’s wedding a 9. The liquor was free, the food was warm, and the bridesmaids were hot!”
“I give Franks wedding an 8. I missed the ceremony, the liquor was free, the food was warm, but one of the bridesmaids told me to go jump in a lake.”
“I gave Johnny’s wedding a ten. I don’t know I just liked it.”
Hmmm…maybe that show would not be very interesting.