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By >.> - / Thursday 12 December 2013 05:31 / Canada - Chestermere
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If I may play Devil's Advocate, it COULD be fine. It may have been dry mud, meaning it would easily fall off and is unlikely to leave a mark, and OP was complaining more about her dad being inconsiderate, on her special day no less, than the dress actually being ruined. I say this because clapping your boots together is great when mud is dry but isn't really effective when it's wet. If you wanted to remove wet mud you'd wipe it on some grass or something.

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Fair enough, never really thought about it like that. I don't think a lot of people use the term like that though...personally if I've seen something as mud and then I've seen it dry then I'll think of it as dried mud. Think of mud huts - technically dirt huts but still called mud huts.

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ccdude, you could not have a more opposite opinion than me if you tried. The ceremony is an expression of love and devotion of two people, publicly stated before God and man. It is not an effing fashion show.

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Personally, I would be annoyed at first. But photoshop can make that white dress white again, for the final copies of the pictures. It would make a pretty funny story to share. "My dad totally covered me in mud before I walked down the aisle..." Hopefully OP has a good wedding and a great marriage. If that is the only thing that goes wrong--and inevitably something always does--then Op is lucky. There are so many FMLs on here and in real life where the groom doesn't show up, family tries to kill one another, etc.

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