Wedding Dress...

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  1. biglatincock86

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    that's so tacky...def not what i think of when i think of a wedding dress...i bet i know what her new husband did that night though...
     
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    Wow... I like my breasts....but that dress would never happen!
     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I have seen this before. You can wear whatever you like at your wedding. But, if you ask me, it looks like the boning in the top buckled and could not support it, not like it was make that was so much.
     
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    "Let"? What are you planning on being? Her dad?

    "Let", indeed. Do fuck off.
     
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    Looks major tacky/cheap/chavy, there's cleavage then there's CLEAVAGE.

    Wonder if the vicar stumbled on his lines?
     
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    I thought exactly the same thing! It's scary how much we think alike. But this isn't really a women's issue so.... iTow.
     
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    Depends...

    If I were to marry my soulmate no way she would wear this I'd divorce her for just suggesting it.

    But If I'm some old guy who's had love already and is marrying a pin up model I wouldn;t mind showing her off to the world like that.

    I guess it's a public sex trophy.
     
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    the groom needs chaps with leather jock
     
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    Did- did I hear you correctly? YOU wouldn't "let" HER wear it? Ohhhhh, I hope you have a pair of cast iron undies when you get married.
    Jeezie laweezie. Do get stuffed. And kindly:bryce:

    I think we all agree we love your tits too there, Lafemme, but that seems a might daring for anyone.

    :You_Rock_Emoticon: :kiss: Go Madame Porkchop! Rip this fucko a new arse!
     
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    Umm pretty horrible dress indeed. But if memory serves me the groom does not see the bride in her dress until she is walking up the aisle for the ceremony... What are you going to do throw a coat over her?
    I got hitched at the beach and my partner and I wore bathing suits and sarongs as did all the guests.
    To each their own.
     
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    I'm not sure which is worst taste, the dress or the "permission" language.
     
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    Precisely my thoughts.
     
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    looks like something those chicks from Jersey Shore would wear......
     
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    That's awful. I would honestly pass my bride walking the other way down the aisle if she came in wearing that. But then again...

    Lucky man in SO many ways!
     
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    Wow, I'm sitting here just laughing my ass off in shock. Instead of commeting on this worlds morality going down the drain, or how distasteful the dress is, you butcher me on the simple word of "let". News flash, I can tell my wife that she can't wear it, because after marriage, according to the bible, the couple becomes one. Just like I would completely understand if she wouldn't want me to go to the beach in a speedo (maybe she doesn't want other women sexing me up, it's hypothetical don't freak out people) I would expect her to listen to my views and strongly consider what she wears to the most important date of our lives (our's as in, ladies it not all about you when it comes to weddings). And for the people who dared criticize me for an innocent opinion, do take the stick out of your ass, and calm down, you are no better than anyone, and you surely have no right to demean me, or anyone else. Here is a useful tip for the future, if someones comment just irks you to he point of offending someone, simply private message them and if there like me (not looking for a bitch slap of words) they will promptly edit there remarks... Thank you in advanced, in the words of Craig Ferguson "I look forward to your letters" or messages in this case. I do retract the let part and will simply add, I won't marry a woman who wears that, to please the audience.
     
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    I wouldn't want my wife wearing that, it's just too out there, i dont think she'd be happy to look back on those pics years down the road either. I mean, if i'm marrying a woman, she's my wife now i don't want her out there like that
     
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    haha i luv how guys almost automatically assume that if we don't want them to do something it's because we don't want another woman to "sex them up," maybe ur wife wouldn't want you to wear a speedo to the beach because she doesn't want you to look like you're smuggling a pickle and two ping pong balls in ur swimsuit
     
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    haha i luv how you just proved my point that most women on this board seem more bent on criticizing and complaining about 1 sentence from any post a man makes, than about the question at hand. I, swear on my life, thought about editing that example (it was the only one that came to mind) because i knew someone would just complain about it, instead of learning the lesson it teaches. Women, in general, don't like to be referred to as a whole, news flash, men don't like it either, we're all different...this is why i always avoided posting in this section...
     
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    most people on this site are wayyy too sensitive sometimes
     
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