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07-08-2008, 01:06 PM
The good folks over at http://www.cannaseur.com have said that they are sending a few packs of the following strains to give away as prizes....(at the time of this post, I do not know what the strains were)
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The contest is as follows...
I'm getting married next month so we'll make this fun and easy. What's the craziest, funniest thing you've seen at a wedding. Keep it clean but let's hear your story.
Contest Runs from July 8, 2008 thru July 31, 2008
Winner will be announced the first week of August 2008
07-08-2008, 02:24 PM
I'm not allowed to enter but I can tell you that at our wedding my Mother wanted to see if the story was true about what was worn under a Kilt...and as we were being piped out of our reception...in she snuck and lifted it up ... LOL
07-09-2008, 02:48 AM
I have read the rules and will follow them -- of course! :-)
Well, actually, this story comes from my very own wedding! :-)
We had asked that anyone wishing to consume cannabis do so after the ceremony had wound down, so that any 'squares' in the group (as well as the upscale beachside inn that we were holding the wedding at, where many of the guests were also staying -- so obviously, any uncomfortable situations would stick with us through the whole honeymoon, which we also spent at the unique and beautiful Inn.....) wouldn't be alarmed or disturbed......and as everyone was assembling for the ceremony itself, I saw a circle beginning to form among some young men off to the side! I knew the wife wouldn't be pleased that her request was being specifically ignored, and quickly stepped in! Apologetically, the group returned to their seats with a promise "not to re-form the circle until 'four-twenty,' well after I expected everyone except those staying at the Inn to have left and there to be plenty of privacy on the beach for discreet tokers.
Shortly after the ceremony, while the reception was just getting underway, I was up on top of one of the taller buildings of the Inn complex with some of the guests and from my elevated viewpoint I could see the very same circle of guys forming down on the beach in full view of the older less "one love" type folks in attendance....so once again, I rushed down trying not to draw *too* much attention despite the fact that it's almost impossible to be discreet as the groom rushing around a reception.....and asked the guys why they had sparked up a doobie in full view of the top floors of the Inn when they'd promised me to wait until 4:20 and it was barely five minutes after two?!
"Oh.....you meant 'FOUR-TWENTY!' I get it now, that makes a lot more sense!" One of the older gentlemen said, chuckling at his own mistake; "I thought you said 'wait *for* twenty' as in twenty guys before you start the circle, because it wouldn't be fair to exclude people who had jobs to do before the ceremony!" Everybody got a good laugh out of how absurd that interpretation was, and the fact that the gentleman in question had clearly smoked a few too many bongs before ambling on over to the Inn....he was the only person in attendance who didn't have to drive there, living only a few blocks away, and it showed in his eyes which were so red one might think he'd been chopping onions all day or had a fetish for spraying himself with mace!
We moved the circle in closer to the treeline, since the guys didn't realize there was a parapet at the top of the reception room which had a much higher vantage point than they'd thought.....and then kept the rest of the cannabis enjoyment for the remainder of the evening to vaporizing, with one of the rooms down the hall sporting a dizzying (literally!) array of Volcanos, Herbalaires, Vapolutions, HotBoxes, Gravity Vortexes, Silver Surfers and homebrewed beasts with no names.....at my request, every possible vaporizer had been assembled and we took a good pass through at 4:20, with everyone chuckling once again at just how silly it was that the one dude had managed to get stoned enough to confuse the single most recognizable number/time/date in stoner lore......with a request to wait for a circle of twenty dudes before sparking up the matrimonial fatty! ;-)
Not necessarily the most gut-busting punchline in history, but to see someone get THAT stoned.....boy, it was a sight. Still, to this day, I envy him being *that* removed from ordinarily existence and especially when I'm feeling sick and weighed down by the painfully mundane.....I seek that lightness which allowed him to make such a silly mistake.
No real harm done.....and no blood pressure raised over it. I did my job as a good husband (I was trained well over more than a decade preceding!) and everything worked out quite nicely for all. :-)
07-10-2008, 08:56 PM
the day started out just beautiful and the actual wedding was breath taking. The deal was a switch aroo a couple of twins were getting married and thought this would be funny, they really never thought about it. As the wedding went on no one even thought about it. The people in the wedding that had no idea what was taking place except for the bride!!! She played those two boys perfectly, when the kiss came time she gave it her all and a swat on the but that made the groom nervious! the ceramonie was great but the aftermath was increadible, parents and the sence of humor the boys were counting on not there. after all was said and done the real pastor or priest came in to to the actual deed. what a back fire those boys experienced. the bride made the real groom jelous by running off to the limo saying your in trouble and im not going to wait to take off this dress, this was all before the truth was revieled. you should have seen that boy (the real groom) run! now that was funny! bet ya that dont happen everyday!
i have read the rules
07-11-2008, 08:16 AM
we were talking about that day on my 11 anniversary ..we had a few guess on the last day of may ..and my wife was explaining ..that 11 yrs ago .we were moving just next door.
so no need to rent a truck just a few dolly and a few volounteer .it was going well big stuff like fridge and stove first washer and dyer ..the woman did transfer all the small box from one kitchen to the other ..my wife did already clean the new place .and i did paint it the week before ..everything was going well we took a break at lunch time had a few beers .
because this was a home wedding my wife did found it was a good ideas to be married in the new place ..the minister was suppose to arrive at 3 pm ..a few guess arrived early ..and we did say good move that box while you wait ..after a short while .we had 15 to 20 movers doing a chains from one door to they other ..it was hot for the last day of may .
time was getting closer and we did not get any flower yet ......so i went in the back yard and collect some nice flowers just enough for a small bouquet ....then i look at my fromt window and did see a big lilac tree full of nice flower ......so i went on ..talk to the owner and told me take as much as i want ..so 3 trip later ..there was lilac everywhere
the whole house did smell so good ......now it was time to hit the shower ..so i went to my old place where i did kept some clean stuff to wear ..<i was wearing jeans like all the guess .i ask for it very informal .>
3 pm arrive and the minister was there talking with guess he did look very happy ..
as the small ceremony begin ..my wife ask me in french ..<why the minister was crying .?.> .i had no ideas ....other guess ...a bit more sensible than me i guess did notice that too ..the minister was crying and about most of the woman .....
good sing or bad ..i was wondering about that one .....
after the ceremony finish ....we all went outside ..for refreshment ...
and then we did learn ......the minister was allergic to lilacs .........
every year at my anniversary my wife always tell that story ........
we did moved since then ...and behind the house are 2 big bush of lilac ..we have for 2 weeks a nice bouquet on the table .........just love the smell of lilacs ...
peace to all ....7...:)
07-12-2008, 09:27 AM
I have read the rules.
After an elegantly simple, intimate ceremony, where the bride wore our late grandmother's wedding dress, we all sat down at a sumptious meal in a beautifully decorated room, all prepared by the bride. When that was done, it was time to cut the cake. The bride had gained a promise from the groom NOT to smear her with the first bite of cake as some do.
He broke this vow and smeared her face, hair and dress. The bride was devastated. The silence was deafening. Grandad hung his head and began to cry.
The angelic little flower girl, about 5 years old, ran up to the groom and shrieked "You ath hole"! and rabbit punched him in his privates.
07-15-2008, 11:15 AM
Just a bump!
07-16-2008, 06:27 PM
Yes, the rules have been read by me.
Congratulations again!! You will love it.
I am a raft guide on a class V whitewater river and on the river you use a small bag with a rope stuffed inside to throw to someone who has fallen out.....and is....well for the lack of better words...about to drown. So at a wedding of some fellow raft guides as the guy was walking down the isle on of his buddies comes up to the isle after he walked past and took out his bag and "threw him a rope." The symbolism was fantastic. He threw his friend, who is about to drown, a life line to save him from sudden death!! :D :D Too funny.
That isn't how married life is. They have been married for a long time now and are perfectly happy. So don't be nervous. ;)
07-17-2008, 04:09 AM
I have read the rules.
The funniest thing I seen at a wedding was last year at my friend Jeffs wedding. The whole day went fine perfect, unless you want to count that the car that Jeff and his new wife were supposed to drive away from the church got in a accident just before the wedding (everyone was fine except the nice dent in the back quarter-panel). Later that night at the reception everyone was having a good time,expecially Jeff. Then it got to the time where the groom takes off her garter. So the MC grabs a chair so Jen could sit down. When she sat down the MC told Jeff that he has to do it blindfolded and with his arms around his back. Once Jeff got blindfolded, they told him to kneel down. At that moment our other friend Jason came in wearing a make-shift skirt. Jen stood up and Jason took her place. Then the MC told Jeff to go get that garder off that gorgeous wife of yours and remember Jeff you can only use your teeth and remember no cheatting. At this point in the night Jeff was feeling pretty good(drunk). As he was trying to get the garder off you started to see his arms moving and starting to move his hands towards what he thought to be his "wedding present". Then all you hear is "Balls.......What the Hell??? then lifting up the blind fold to see his good friend sitting there.
This was the funniest thing I have ever witnessed at a wedding. I'm just really happy nobody thought of that when I got married. Peace
07-22-2008, 01:49 PM
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07-27-2008, 10:20 PM
Funniest thing ive ever seen at a wedding yet was at my cusins at a posh golf course. My uncle who is 58 yrs old and cant sit still for 5 mins was sitting at our table consuming most of the table wine nice n quietly, then vanished...... My aunt is all up n arms now and my family is trying to sort thru a wedding reception of 450 people to find him. These wernt the type of people to think shannigans are funny BTW. In the crazed stir of the search me and my cuzin catch a blur outside thru the glass, its a golf cart going full speed manned by a old guy with a bad comb-over thats blowing in the breeze like a rooster, hammering around the moguls and greens of this rediculessly expensive golf course. OH NO its him!!!! So without trying to make big deal and comotion, we snuck out the wedding to try to do a grab and return on my drunken golf carting uncle. Well that didnt go so well, as the father of the bride saw us and of course made a big deal that there was $1000's damage to the course. Then when asked about his doings, he replied..."i jus wanted to go out for a smoke were it was quiet, i thought you guys left these cars out here to get around" as he stomps his smoke out on the green. Needless to say we took him home shortly after that, and all he had to say the whole ride home was "man those rich golf carts go like a whip". That side of the family no longer invites him to posh functions lol...Ill never forget the look on the faces of the families of the bride, they acted like someone had driven a tank thru there :eek: But its still lafter fodder to this day at family functions.
07-30-2008, 10:56 AM
Just a bump!
07-30-2008, 04:49 PM
I have read the rules!
I recently attended the wedding of my wife's nephew. It was held in a planetarium. Arrived a few minutes late (as usual) and when we walked into the planetarium it was pitchblack inside...and the entire ceremony was done in the dark. I haven't talked to the young newlyweds since, but when I see them next, I'll certainly inquire as to what that was all about...
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