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By crazyman. / Saturday 12 May 2012 05:27 / United States - Keller
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By  The_Hitdude  |  12

Before anyone looks at 2's comment like he's an idiot, he has a point. The FML says "fiancé", and then goes on to say "at our wedding reception."He wouldn't be her fiancé anymore if they just got married.

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  The_Hitdude  |  12

Before anyone looks at 2's comment like he's an idiot, he has a point. The FML says "fiancé", and then goes on to say "at our wedding reception."He wouldn't be her fiancé anymore if they just got married.

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  RaggleFrock  |  13

Agreed but it's a hard habit to break, like when you get called mrs whatever for the first time and you're say there like a dumbass until you realise, oh yeah, that's me!

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  buck33  |  14

I am LDS and we usually have receptions before the wedding. A ton of people go to the reception and only a few go to the actual wedding, because it's in a Temple. Not saying OP is LDS but just a possibility or they could have similar marriage celebrations.

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  ASSASSIN95  |  17

He was drunk, give him a break. I'm not saying what he did was acceptable but it is not a reason to go as far as divorcing him

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Honestly, being drunk is no excuse. Alcohol doesn't make you unaware . It reduces your inhibition to doing things you were thinking of doing, but would normally not do. Still, I thumbed you up 'cause you're Noor

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Depends on how drunk one gets. Inexcusable, but still not worthy of divorce. That shit's expensive too, especially right after a wedding. And thank you for clarifying, Noor. I feel like the fellow citizens of FMyLife are on my ass today and will attack me for anything :(

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  TheDrifter  |  23

I don't see the problem with what he said. They DO those things. The only difference now is that he's given the family ideas about trying those things too.

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  The_Hitdude  |  12

69-It's probably an FML because she doesn't want all of her business out there--in detail, no less--like that, AT their wedding reception. I'm sure if he was okay with it she wouldn't have posted it on here.

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  TheBonzaiGirl  |  0

Thanks 109, for agreeing with this perfectly logical argument. However, be prepared for some cool kid (who we've somehow managed to piss off by providing a reasonable and often overlooked viewpoint) to log into her/his multiple accounts and thumb us down! ;D

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  Inheritance  |  10

"We've even *hiccup* tried to be farm animals, *hiccup* she's a great pig eating my "slop" *hiccup*"

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