It's true, the little rotter has it spot on there.
But what if the preacher says, "Will you take this woman to be your bride?"Wait a minute!!! That makes it sound like the groom actually HAS a choice!!!
Oh the irony!!! Brilliant little buggers.
You try that and getting arrested will be the least of your worries.
Try not saying "I Do." at the bride, and being arrested may be the safest thing for you.
If my hubs had not said it, I think *I* may have been the one in danger of being arrested.
Well.... there are times when a little jail time would have afforded more peace and quiet and less laundry!
Brilliant! (and I want to know what stories that kid is reading. Ha!)
Wonder whose wedding the police showed up for in that family, lol
So what you're saying is... if I'd chickened out from my first marriage I would have just had to spend time in jail instead of hell? Sweet! Wish I'd known.
Dial the lawmakers! This could be the start of something BIG!
Ah, he'll one day learn there are much worse things than jail time.
LOL, smart kid.
I think if you ask jilted brides, the groom in that case would be getting off easy!
Sometimes the bride or groom hesitates a little too long and it's unnerving!
VM,and after the marriage the groom never quits saying I do, I will do, I have done, and will do again.Getting arrested after that is a piece of cake.BIG HUGS
dear mom,send bail money...
You bet your ass that's true. And you better say it with the right attitude, or they'll issue you a ticket...
Oh, those witty Oregonians!
"I do" is a cussword. LOL
Instead of "I Do", try scratching your head and saying "Let me think a minute". It goes over real well.
John's problem is he said I Do too many times! and he wonders why I don't want to get married!
Put in the next state of the nation address. If it don;t feel right in your guts...it's not right!
If you say "Hell Yes," you still get married, but the pastor gives you a dirty look.
Especially if there's a shotgun pointed at you and a bun in the oven! LOLDiThe Blue Ridge Gal
Arrested or nearly choked to death by an irate Mother in Law who has just about been weddinged out:)
love it... as always.
You have the best job in the world, for finding new comedy material, I swear!
out of the mouths of babes...classic.
That kid's been to one too many shot-gun weddings.
I always heard it's if you DO say I do that you've started your prison sentence!
Wait - that isn't true? Oh well, I guess it's better that I didn't know...
LOL! those kids...got to love them!much love
This child must be watching that show "bridezillas," because I bet some of those women would have those hapless men arrested if they ended up losing their deposits on the cake, reception hall, dress, caterer, etc.Either that - or they would just enact the death penalty. By themselves.masalachica.blogspot.com
Or worse. Hell hath no fury like a bride scorned.
Amazing how so few words can be so funny. If only they knew....congrats on 1200 followers. *bows*
I'd like to see the MythBusters test this one. Betcha it'll be the biggest explosion ever on the show.
Yikes, gives new meaning to 'shotgun wedding' :)http://halpey1.blogspot.com/
That is way funny...Im not kidding;)
I'll give Scope the memo.
I'm trying to figure out who enforces that law. Probably the deputized father of the bride.
In some cases, maybe prison is the better alternative! LOL!
Very funny post. And the comments are cracking me up!xo
well it damn sure feels like it sometimes, no matter what you say!
That's probably true in some country.
This is exactly what i told my husband before we got married!
Wow...i can't believe that!gotta love kids!
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