Friday, January 27, 2012

HAPPY FUCKING FRIDAY


there's a cranky one for you up on 100 layer cake. (and by cranky, i mean AWESOME.) 

v. interested to see how the cakelets respond this time.

i'm holding off on posting feather love's "vintage wedding" guest post til monday, so you've got that to look forward to.



photo of frances, my spirit animal, via cevd

11 comments:

  1. How do I submit a question? I don't want to invite my future sister in law to my bachelorette party because she'll tell my future mother in law every detail. I'm very different from the two of them and just want to have a good time and not worry about the narc.

    Oh and I mean I'm asking for "my friend".

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    1. Are you going to be cheating on your future husband? B/c I find this the only thing she could possibly relay to your mother-in-law that may pose an issue. Invite her and who cares. If she can't keep up b/c she's doesn't party like you do then it shouldn't be your dilemma --it's her dilemma. It's a bachelorette party not a Confirmation.

      But also, you could just not invite her. Or have your friends host it so you don't have to do any inviting and they could leave her out. But I hate sneaky shit like that so just don't invite her if you don't want her there.

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    3. Hi. I speak from experience. DO NOT INVITE HER! Hold a special luncheon and include your SIL and MIL. Your party does not need censorship. Let's face it. Do grooms to be censor their bachelor parties? If yo're a lady, you'll have gun regardless. No party poppers allowed.

      P,S, there is no guilt allowed at pre-wedding parties.

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  2. I need that pup's mug printed on a pair of PJs, just in case there's any question of my mental condition prior to 10 am...

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  3. frances = happy fucking friday.

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  4. My comment over at 100 Layer Cake will probably be deleted for being "mean-spirited" but ESB, that letter writer is a bitch.

    I mean, who finds it hard to be happy for your friends and family who get engaged. Bitches do.

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    1. I fucking loved your comment (something about the whole OP was off and you hit it on the head with all its conceited glory), but let's be honest: it's too badass for 100 Layer Cake.

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  5. Eh. I think ESB is right. If she stops talking *right now* then it'll be all good.

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