By - potatopopr
Damn YOU! I had this.😩
I wonder? What would happen if two divorce lawyer marry each other?
Probably some intolerable cruelty
probably a very thorough one.
i dunno, the venue is now empty 🤔
Plus they had a pretty good band…
Their new single "Rains of Castemere" is to die for
Could you imagine the reviews if they were a real band?
“1/5 stars. Hired these guys for my wedding and they played a song which we didn’t even request, then most of my family died plus a whole bunch of other people. Do not recommend.”
I read bunch as "brunch" and things took a very dark turn.
New Spirit Halloween location?
Haha he’s ded now
And who are you, the proud lord said...
And the color scheme is red
Not for the reason that you think. It’s full of horny widows with freedom.
An active highway
𝑙𝑎𝑢𝑔ℎ𝑠 𝑖𝑛 𝑙𝑖𝑔ℎ𝑡𝑛𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝑀𝑐𝑄𝑢𝑒𝑒𝑛
In the same church where you are celebrating the funeral of your SO's parents
Imagine standing in front of the caskets and thinking: “This is it, now is the perfect time to ask her.”
"The funeral's are very romantic, but the weddings are a bleak affair."
I dunno, if you’re *celebrating* their funeral, then it would be a pretty great as one more “fuck you!” before they get buried.
A pig farm.
on the Toilet in the bathroom.
You may now Poseidon kiss the bride
that is actually a great place to get married
at a Taco Bell
At someone else's wedding
You may now kiss the bride's mouths
All of them
This will take a while then.
Don't forget the hidden one
Free tickets to the Ferris wheel though
any one of saturns moons
In fact, you might at least get a good view in one of Saturn's, so it kight be the least bad one.
It would be cool as hell to have a wedding there as long as you were inside a controlled environment and had a big window with a view in the background.
It would be a blast
A marriage is a minefield
At a stripclub
Actually that would be kinda fun.
I don't even like strip clubs and I'd be delighted to attend one of those.
I've actually been to one of these lol. It was closed for the event, but the bride worked there, so I guess they gave her a deal? The walls were covered with close up, artistic photos of boobs.
A waste treatment plant
This would make for a good short story
I could actually kinda see how someone might want to do this. To sorta, honor the dead, or feel like you're including your ancestors or something. I could see someone maybe wanting to like say their vows there or something, to feel like their grandparents are overseeing things, and I don't think I would think that would be a shitty thing to do. There would be a bit of a somber tone to the joy, but a spiritual type might be ok with that? But if they wanted to like, come along and decorate, desecrate, drink, and party on graves and make a big mess and be generally disrespectful and gross then that would be different.
the surface of Venus
I guess it would take a while for someone to planet
Cant have shit in Detroit.
Detroit does look like lot of people shat on it, tbf
Feel like I've heard this before.
I stole it from some where because you cant have shit in Detroit.
Well that shit is just funny
Get out of here with that shit!
The Eastern market, the port authority has a beautiful hall overlooking the water, probably hundreds of hotels and restaurants with banquet halls
If I was in a place where I could have a kitchen to myself and a good chest freezer, I’d go to Eastern Market all summer and do so much meal prepping for later.
Am from Detroit area, as much as I love shitting on Detroit, there are some gorgeous churches and beautiful reception venues in the downtown
I visit Detroit all the time. It's actually really nice. The downtown area anyway. There are sports stadiums, nice restaurants, cool museums and galleries, and the architecture is all 1920s and 30s art deco style.
I'm sure there are some not-so-nice places outside of downtown, but if you're just visiting, I highly recommend. I never felt sketched out or unsafe while visiting, even at night.
Thank you! I’m tired of Detroit being treated like a joke. Granted, there’s tons of things about the city that could be improved upon, but you can still see reminders of why Detroit was once called “The Paris of the Midwest.”
I wish Ford would do something with the Model T plant, but most suburbanites shit their pants at the idea of going into Highland Park. Highland Park isn’t scary, it’s just people trying to survive.
There’s also sections of Detroit proper that show signs of almost becoming bougie.
So I am also a resident of another rust belt city, Cleveland, that also gets a bad rap but is actually quite nice. I actually like that our city is a hidden gem. Feels like every cool hip city looses something when they become popular. I'm sure long term residents of cities like Austin, and Denver can attest to this. Cities like Detroit and Cleveland are like good dive bars, sure they have a lot of rough edges, but the food(COL) is cheap, the music(culture) is good, and the people are nice. But like any good dive bar if they become too popular suddenly you are paying $20 for watered down beer.
That's awsome. I live in Canada near Toronto, and I'm a huge NFL fan. My and my friends try to go at least once a year to an NFL game. Cleveland is definitely up there on one of the cities I'd like to go to next.
What activities would you recommend for a group of guys visiting for a weekend? We usually get there on friday afternoon, and then do stuff friday night and all day saturday, and then see the football on sunday.
So r/cleveland and r/browns will have a more complete offering off what the city has to offer depending on what you like to do. The football hall of fame is like hour drive away. In Cleveland there is the rock and roll hall of fame which is right next to the stadium. The Cleveland art museum is world class, and has free entry. We also have an incredibly good theater district. Our park systems are also highly rated, and there are plenty of places to canoe and bike. Food wise you also can't go wrong, perhaps check out west side market.
Thanks, that's really getting me pumped to come visit.
Traveling internationally is still tough with covid, but hopefully we can make it down next year.
I'm from Michigan, can confirm.
In a working barn.
Like, i get barn weddings are a thing but… has anyone actually been to an active farm with livestock? The smell of manure can be… overpowering to someone who’s bot accustomed to it.
Not to mention you’ll need a new pair of shoes after the ordeal
LOL - I just went to a fall hayride at a local farm with my sons. It was great, but being a farm, it also had the sweet smell of cow poop. The farm had this beautiful outdoor pavilion not too far from the cow fields. They advertised it as being "great for weddings or other gatherings." And the setting was lovely, but I can't imagine having my wedding reception bathed in the scent of cow poop.
Even better, the smell doesn't just wash out of clothing. I live on a dairy farm and can smell the barn on clothes after a few washes. We keep farm clothes separate from not farm clothes.
Depending on the barn set up, it doesn't wash out of you either. Worked in sow farms for 2.5 years. Didn't matter that I showered when I left and when I got home, it hung around. Do some work, start sweating, pig smell. Get my hair wet, pig smell. Always warned stylists before getting a haircut.
Pig is another level of nasty, that smell just sticks in your nose
Gay wedding in Russia.
The Wisconsin Dells. I had a friend in the military who was of Polish descent. He said to me one slow day, “Y’know, the Wisconsin Dells is like Disney World for Polish people.”
Really I loved the Dells. My dad took me there all the time when I was little. Loved the water parks.
I’ve never actually been. Driven by it a few times, though. It just cracked me up when my friend (who’s last name ends in “ski”) made that comment about it being Disney World for Poles.
A portapotty at a Kid Rock concert
Plantations are a bit yicks aren’t they ?
At a funeral
At your Ex's funeral.
That would be the best place
the set of rust
What if they wear flak jackets?
I was thinking that as well. =} Grave minds think alive
This sounds cool actually. Clowns could honk intermittently throughout the service. The bride could enter on a small sled pulled by fluffy dogs. Lots of confetti, tissue paper flower arrangements. Fair food at the reception. Cotton candy wedding cake.
And they'll toss popcorn and peanuts for when the happy couple makes their getaway from the circus tent. I need this wedding in my life right now.
The clown car drives up to the beginning of the aisle, the entire wedding party gets out, one by one. Then the Bride's father (or whoever is walking her down the aisle), followed by the bride.
Have each clown horn be a certain note. Honking in the rehearsed order plays the cliché wedding march.
Now I wanna get married in a circus
"Look Honey that'll be us in the future"
At a child’s funeral.
I've been to a wedding at a Furry con. It was quite lovely.
Do you take this woman to be your pawfully wedded wife?
Someone else's wedding.
Behind the dumpster of an Arby's parking lot where the bride gave her first blow job.
to the best man
A southern plantation
Exception, people actually have weddings at them.
Oh, I just commented the same. Agreed. Super tasteless and tone deaf.
In a school
My parents got married at their college. It's a gorgeous campus with ocean views and a historic chapel. It's where they first met.
I could see getting married even in a high school or elementary school if that's where you met and it had significance to you.
Schools are already setup with lots of facilities to accommodate events with large groups. So logistically they are sound as well. Also they are usually vacant during the times you would be most likely to have a wedding anyways (i.e. Weekends, summer, spring, or winter breaks).
Also you can play on the playground for the reception.
My brother and his wife got married at a college chapel, even though neither of them attended that school. It was a gorgeous little nondenominational church with a small pipe organ, and it seated about 50.
That was 26 years ago.
It's all about convenience.
On the top of an erupting volcano. No time for happily ever after!
A funeral service
Jeffrey Epstein's island
He's not using it right now.
At the brides ex fiancés house
The Tijuana whore house where you met your bride
McDonald's Men Bathroom
A hospital. No way that's not a sad story.
I was a hotel banquet server when I was in college, and we had one wedding banquet that was cancelled except for just the family; I was one of two people who didn't get the night off. We found out that the groom had a burst appendix, and they did go ahead and get married at that date and time, her in her dress and him in his hospital gown, hooked up to an IV.
Someone who worked there knew the couple, and said a year or so later that he was STILL dealing with issues from it! Hope he did make a full recovery.
No long term commitments.
Although, I'm sure it's happened.
Or worse - they're the caterer.
Four Seasons Total Landscaping
With Rudy Giuliani as the officiant!
There used to be a landscaping company in my area that was so beautiful, people really did schedule weddings there! However, the owner retired and the people who took it over didn't run it the same way, and it closed a few years after that.
A daycare infant room.
Inside a stable, but slightly active volcanoe.
At your ex’s parents’ house
An Amazon fulfillment center
Your mom’s house
Ex husband’s house
Right next to the elephants foot, in Chernobyl
In a full septic tank
The middle of the road in New York
The grooms wife’s funeral.
Look up Japanese Wedding McDonalds
"Do you take this mcwoman to be your lawfully wedded mcwife"?
I've seen a barn that does weddings that people really dig, but it really surprised me. Because the concept of having a wedding next to cow turds just seemed to degrade the specialness. Of course, it's an entirely manicured experience. Still seemed off to me.
A cow pen they have like a half of foot of manure everywhere
At another wedding
Infront of a garage sale
In a rustic barn in the middle of nowhere on the outskirts of London, with no cell phone signal, where it took cab drivers over a fucking hour to get there, and even then was down a ‘driveway’ that was a 15 minute drive’ and the gps barely worked. And the cab ride to the hotel cost a fucking bomb because we were in the middle of fucking rural England!
We travelled halfway across the world to attend the bloody wedding, the least they have warned us to save a bunch of money for the cab due to the remoteness.
The funeral of your ex
At the funeral of the Widows husband.
There is a multi level "life center" in Indianapolis in the middle of a freaking cemetery. People pay to get married in a freaking cemetery!
In front of a store. To give an example, I saw one in front of an Apple store
On a beach on a cold, rainy day.
Probably a sewer
Anywhere, because weddings are a crock of shit and a horrible way to start off a marriage.
Inaccessible locations like the woods or somewhere remote. Emergency vehicles takes longer to reach if your wedding require immediate medical attention.
WWE SUUUUUUUUPERRRRR! SLAAAAAAMMMMMMMM!
Universal Studios at the Universal Tour. Right when Jaws pops out of the water.
Middle of a blizzard at the noth pole
during somebody else's wedding
Inside an active nuclear reactor
The dog kennel my grandfather's been using as a giant pidgeon cage for three years
Though this might fall into the "so bad it's good" range.
Was driving past a cemetery in the summer which was advertising weddings on it’s site. I was very confused.
untired states of extremica
The beach from the invasion of Normandy. There must have been Atleast someone with a beach wedding that day.
beach wedding are not particulary a thing in France and even less in the 40', only church wedding back then
The roof of the twin towers. What, op said to be extreme.
At a Southern US plantation.
And it still happens… regularly 😝
Under my bed.