By SINGLE - 23/01/2010 10:27 - Australia
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No offence, maybe you should try enter a relationship, or possibly wait until you're in a relationship. If a boyfriend found those plans, he'd msot likely think you were coming off too strong.
OP, Yes.. Your life is fucked.. But you get no sympathy from me.. Only pity.. (basically the same, but pity is for much lower people).. ----- Maybe more time could be spent looking for a guy, instead of planning an imaginary wedding.. ----- If all else fails: Go buy about 20 cats, and start throwing them at people passing by..
The OP doesn't say she told anyone..every girl has planned their wedding out. I could tell you details about mine, probably about as much as the OP and I'm not getting married. It's what girls fantasize about..I'm sure any guy could tell you what his house would look like if he became rich or something. Not FYL op, you're just well prepared for when it does happen And I'm not single, so obviously this doesn't hinder a relationship
I couldn't tell you what my house would look like if I was rich. Also, the wedding thing I'm torn with. I would never protest anything my fiancée wants for our wedding, but if she was like one of the women in sitcoms when they get married, I wouldn't be so understanding as the guys in that show. You know in most sitcoms, where it's the wedding day, and the woman just becomes an uberbitch, and the guy takes it because it's their wedding day? Or Monica Geller off Friends who just became a bitch period after her wedding. I think I'm getting off point here. So, yeah, my house...