“Retail wedding trend leads to I do’s at T.J. Maxx, Taco Bell – USATODAY.com” REALLY????!?!?!?!?!!?!

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As a recently married man, I am more appreciative of married couples, and the strength and commitment they give to each other, to move forward in their lives together. Even watching “Bethanny Getting Married” made me shed tears, because I know what it’s like to have a wedding day, and the special moment shared between 2 people in love: it’s undescribable and unforgettable.

HOWEVER:  I came across this internet “News Post” and GAGGED. PLEASE READ THE “ARTICLE” BELOW LINKED IN THIS POST… BUT BEWARE OF THE NAUSEA THAT MIGHT SET IN!

Retail wedding trend leads to I do’s at T.J. Maxx, Taco Bell – USATODAY.com.

WT….F??? I have officially LOST IT. I cant even READ this article, it drives me so CRAZY!!! WHO THE HELL IS DOING THIS??????? I don’t know ANYONE who would do this… and if I did, I would no longer know them!!!

THIS “TREND????” THIS IS NOT A TREND! THIS IS WHITE TRASH TO THE MAXXXXXXXX!!!! (get it…i couldn’t help myself)… i mean to quote this Stupid Bride, “The one constant in my life, no matter what, has always been T.J. Maxx,” Satayut, a self-proclaimed “Maxxinista,” says.

Then there’s the “executive editor” at Theknot.com saying, “If this came up 15 years ago it would not have been as readily accepted”.

WAKE UP IDIOT!!! IT’S STILL NOT ACCEPTED!!!! THE ONLY PEOPLE DOING IT ARE DISGUSTING!!!!! DO YOU THINK SHE HAS FRIENDS WHO ARE DOING THIS?… She should be FIRED for allowing an article to even hit the publics eye, and ESPECIALLY MINE!!!  GOD I WANNA SLAP SOMEBODY!!!!

As i read even more of this PAINFUL article to provide ammo for this post, my stomach is churning… here are a couple more winning standouts:

“Home Depot doesn’t charge to hold weddings in their stores, adding that most of the materials used — like orange buckets and plywood for pews — can be put back on the shelves after the ceremony.”

I AM D.Y.I.N.G…… ORANGE BUCKETS AND PLYWOOD FOR PEWS?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!??!!?!??!?!?!?!!!?!?!?!?

“According to Taco Bell spokesman Rob Poetsch, the restaurant typically hosts about one wedding per year and doesn’t charge for the ceremonies.”

SINCE WHEN DOES TACO BELL CONSTITUTE BEING A RESTAURANT?!?!?!?!??!!?!!!?!??!?!!?!?!

I think i’m going to be sick…..

READERS: I can’t wait for your comments…. and I don’t want to hear: “people should do what they want”, “it’s their day”, or “it’s their choice to do what they want, they’re in love”, etc… SPARE ME THE DISGUST. THIS IS NOT OK. THIS SHOWS ME THAT THE ACT OF GETTING MARRIED IS A JOKE, and it is ANYTHING BUT!



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One response to ““Retail wedding trend leads to I do’s at T.J. Maxx, Taco Bell – USATODAY.com” REALLY????!?!?!?!?!!?!

  1. Actually, I have an entirely different Weltanschauung from you, but I found your blog enlightening and helpful.

    A few years back the BBC published an article that claimed that there was a trend in the USA of naming children after commercial brands, which I found more horrifying than holding a wedding in a store (also dreadful, but still). Upon carefully reading the article I discovered that less than 1 child in 7 million born sine 1965 had suffered such an ignominious fate (no evidence of an upward or downward trend).

    I actually know one of these children, she’s extremely lovely and sweet, and her parents are immigrants from Southwest Asia. Upon careful reading of the article you link to, I see that exactly 13 weddings are alleged to have occurred in retail establishments since 2005. During that time, probably 15 million weddings occurred in the USA. So, this is an extremely rare (and profoundly disgusting) occurence.

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