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By forever alone - / Saturday 10 March 2018 09:00 / United States - New York
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By  manb91uk  |  21

Maybe all these men just... Shit, I can’t think of a good reason why a group of single men wouldn’t want to dance at an event that has massive expectations...

Sucks big

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By  manb91uk  |  21

Maybe all these men just... Shit, I can’t think of a good reason why a group of single men wouldn’t want to dance at an event that has massive expectations...

Sucks big

By  Chazzster  |  19

Let’s see, what if those men are single because that’s their life choice at this time? Then why would you expect them to suddenly change their minds because somebody tossed a garter? OP, I understand that this was embarrassing and humiliating to you. I think that whole tradition is an absurd anachronism of the bridal bouquet and the garter toss. If you take part in such a thing you run the chance of it not coming out the way you want.

By  MaxLegroom  |  3

Many are the things I've done to avoid that garter, myself. Once, I suddenly had to go to the restroom. Another time, well, you can't catch it with a drink in one hand and your car keys in the other.

By  DragonMaiden7  |  15

When I was a little girl, I caught the bouquet. I was about eight. The boy who caught the garter was about twelve. There was no dance, but he had to put the garter on me. There wasn’t a dance, but everyone there was laughing about how cute it was because the ‘new couple’ was so young.

I guess when it’s with adults, it isn’t just cute and a wedding tradition, and it becomes more of a ‘oh my god, what if I actually start dating this girl now?’ Fun traditions gradually become paranoia and superstition to some people. Sorry OP.

By  ARISKomuniszt  |  23

That might actually mean they fancy you... I mean think about it, it'd just be a harmless dance, if they weren't somewhat interested in you maybe they'd have done it for the laughs and traditions and it wouldn't have mattered.

By  corky1992  |  33

I’ve been to quite a few weddings and none of them have ever done this. I didn’t even know it was a thing. Maybe it had nothing to do with you. They just didnt want to dance with someone they dont know or cant dance in general.

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