By gottalovefriends - 23/04/2012 04:04 - United States - Atkinson

Today, it was my wedding day. With my best friend as the priest, she asked, "Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband?" After saying I do, she then turned to him and asked, "Do you want to bang my friend?" Everyone laughed, except my already disapproving father. FML
I agree, your life sucks 33 871
You deserved it 4 878

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By the power vested in her, he may "bang her friend"!

Leave it to your friends to make your wedding day something completely awkward! And then...your husband looks your father in the eye and says 'I DO!', like a boss!

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Why would she need to get a new friend? She seems like a fun person. It's the dad that doesn't apporove

Why? She sounds awesome! Have you no sense of humour, 1?

What? Get a sense of humor!! She was joking! Supposed to be a super happy occasion, Dad should chill the hell out and be happy for her!! Mad friends are what makes the world go round. I'd be lost without mine.

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How in fuck's name was that "clear"?

Screw it. I read the FML wrong. My apologies >.<

Awww. Sorry we were so hard on you!

Nope, you're two comments late

Time to get a new father, more like.

Exactly that is an awesome priest!

She doesn't need a new friend, her dad just needs to be more accepting. I mean banging is what must people do when they get married, so he could've just had a little sense of humor

Some people would say that that is not the time for humor.

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It's spelled differently in different countries. Just like spelled is sometimes spelled 'spelt'.

I will never understand why people try to lie to make themselves look better. "I was clearly joking" then followed by "Yeah I read them FML wrong" people probably wouldn't be as harsh if others would just be like "Yeah, I read it wrong, my bad"

84 - Except "spelt" means something entirely different.

#114 in the UK it means the exact same as spelled.

34 That's going too far

I wish I had a friend like that!

SandSh8rk, I'm sorry, but that's the most pathetic excuse EVER.

Wow, looking back at this now I guess I can say I fucked up on my first 'first' comment. Lesson learned.

That guy is a boss

You mean' that girl'

Could be her guy friend.

It clearly says "she then turned to him"

Im confused. Is the priest female?

How is that possible? I was taught priests couldn't be female. Teachers Y U GIVE FALSE INFO

Female priest? Not in the Catholic church...

Nowhere did they say they were Catholics. And Catholics aren't the only denomination with priests, churches, or weddings...

"She than turned to him..." , meaning she, the female preist, turned to him, the groom.

It's the Op's fault for writing priest instead of priestess.

Uh, priestress tends to refer to pagans. Women can be ordained as priests/ministers in some churches however (united for sure... I think Anglican and Lutheran too but I might be wrong on those). They are NOT called priestesses. They are called pastor, minister or PRIEST when leading a church. Priestess refers mainly to Druidic leaders. So no, op should not have said priestess. It's your fault for being ignorant of correct religious leader titles.

@142- Stop talking out of your backsie and try researching before attempting to correct someone...

Sweetie I am a practicing Wiccan and my friend who wrote that nicely informative comment was right. I was raised catholic so the only women of the church were sisters (nuns) most of my family moved off to England in the 50's and joined other religions where the female religious leader was known as vicar.

Dude, I love your argument!!!!!

143- I study theology, am a practicing pagan and volunteer regularly with the MCC because while I don't share their believes I do share their love of helping others... And i happen to have performed weddings. Who is talking out their ass? Pretty sure it isn't me. ;)

By the power vested in her, he may "bang her friend"!

Im taking it, you were on the short yellow bus?

Don't think you'd want to bang someone in a wedding chapel during your wedding ceremony with everyone looking at you.

This is fake you can't have a women priest.

My dad and step mom had a woman priest. I was the best man and my step brother was the, second best guy thingy, whatever it is. Things aren't all set rules anymore.

Protestants have male and female priests. This would be my guess for OP.

Didn't everyone? Im pretty sure I saw you hiding in the back, acting like you weren't there. Its just a joke, short bus comments aren't necessary. I mean I didn't ask if you skipped your anger management did I?

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True. OP's dad needs to learn to take a lighthearted joke.

Female priest...?

Yes #80. They do exist.

No this is defenately not normal. This is legen... wait for it... dary!

Priest = male, priestess = female

106 - Definitely*

Tell your father to loosen up. I'm sure your husband is a great guy and I hope your wedding was a blast!

I agree, that is going to be a great memory for them, something they can laugh about for years. Dad will come around eventually. I hope you had a day full of laughter and love OP :)

You're sure his wife is a great gal? Yes, his dad will come around eventually.

Leave it to your friends to make your wedding day something completely awkward! And then...your husband looks your father in the eye and says 'I DO!', like a boss!

Your comment's better than mind XD

In your bedroom. Twice.

Awkward my ass!!!! That was EPIC!!!

It's all good. And that's so true lol

I feel for you OP, I hope you at least had a good reception :|

Well I think it's funny!

Is that a real priest ? They can say things like bang xP?

I think OP probably means officiant, as in the person who marries a couple, not priest. I think priest is used only for Catholics and a catholic priest must be male.

72: Agreed for sure. That said, a "priest" can come from any of a variety of denominations, Catholic is just the most common such group.

Obviously not a real priest.