Monday, January 19, 2009

The Perfect Wedding Reception



How much money would y'all pay me to get the Captain to do this at our wedding? Come on....I'm taking bids.



17 comments:

The Captain said...

Even with my pasty complection, I am too dark to do a passable Whacko Jacko impersonation.

I would love to see a video mash-up that puts Obama's head over Jackson's in that video.

Chatelaine said...

Aw, come on, Cap! You'd be the hit of the day if you did the zombie dance :)

Chatelaine said...

Oh, and yeah, Obama's face on there would be hilarious. Kind of not too far off base either.

TWC said...

How much money would y'all pay me to get the Captain to do this at our wedding?

Five bucks if you DON'T do it.

Years ago somebody sent me a pix or a video of a girl who lost her top at a wedding trying to catch the bride's bouquet.

Now, if you could arrange that......

smartass sob said...

I guess that video gives new meaning to the phrase line dance. ;-)

How much money would y'all pay me to get the Captain to do this at our wedding?

Think you could? ;-)

sasob

Chatelaine said...

"Five bucks if you don't do it"

Twc, you don't have to pay me. I'd totally die of embarrassment to put on such a show.

But sorry, no tops coming off either. We're Baptist, remember? ;-)

Chatelaine said...

Line dance! Lol! :)

I doubt I could get him to do it, Sasob. Besides, it would totally ruin the simple elegant theme that I'm going for.

The Captain said...

Get me the Obama mask and I'll try to learn the steps.

No promises, though.

Janie said...

Ummm.

Are you saying Baptists don't take off their tops?

Yeah, right.

I'll pay big bucks to see y'all do some kind of crazy dance and shock all the guests.

Oh, wait. Baptists don't dance, right?

Or drink.

Girl. Y'all better convert to Episcopalianism for a month or so.

You can always be saved again.

The Captain said...

Baptists don't make love standing up lest someone see them and mistakenly think they are dancing.

Click on my name to hear what I would chose as the perfect song to dance to at my wedding...if I could dance.

"Some men want to rock me like I ain't got no bone,
But I want you to rock me like my backbone is your own...
When I'm sad and lonely, feeling like I could cry,
I need a man to hold me not some fool who needs to know why,
Cause I need love. Don't you understand?
Don't put yourself above me, just love me like a man."

It seems appropriate that word verification for this comment is "spinally".

Chatelaine said...

Uh...Captain? I'm assuming that song would be from my point of view, right?...Unless there's something I don't know about... :-/

I do like it, though.

And will you lay off the Baptists? I thought I had proven that standing up theory wrong ;-)

Chatelaine said...

"Girl. Y'all better convert to Episcopalianism for a month or so"

I know, right? I guess that's why I'm going for a simple and elegant reception, cause god knows there's no way it could be a rip-roaring party at MY church:)

TWC said...

Oh, wait. Baptists don't dance, right?

No, you have it backwards. Baptists don't have sex standing up because it could lead to dancing.

Actually, some Baptists are okay with dancing. Not Tangerines though.

I used to work for a Baptist who smoked. Almost fired me for saying I'd just as soon be cremated.

reactnes

The Wine Commonsewer said...

Are you saying Baptists don't take off their tops?

In the grainy home video quality video I saw years ago it was fairly apparent that the bridesmaid's
exuberance in getting to the bouquet was solely responsible for her breast baring. I don't think it was faked and she looked pretty Baptist (or Mormon).

acquet

The Wine Commonsewer said...

Dam, Cappy beat me to it the dancing joke. Day late..........

cessorb

Cuz that's where the conversation is headed.

Col. Hogan said...

Wasn't Bettie Page a baptist?

Chatelaine said...

"Wasn't Bettie Page a Baptist?"

Heh :)

I think she was, Col. Sometimes a girl's just got some wild oats to sow.