I’m Getting Married….

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June 28, 2013

…..on Sunday.  Oh my God…

Any advice?


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  1. Amral

    at 7:26 am

    Congratulations,wishing you both all the best. Advice,none,you have to learn on your own.

  2. eugenia

    at 7:32 am

    it’s not that scary. have a great day and happy marriage!

  3. Tina

    at 7:36 am


  4. Vincent Cheung

    at 7:42 am

    Long weekend weddings are the worst for guests.

    Kidding aside, congrats! Have fun!

  5. johnny chase

    at 8:39 am

    On a long weekend??? That’s not very nice.

  6. Jonnathan

    at 8:45 am

    Keep the fights clean, and the sex dirty.

    1. AsianSensation

      at 2:08 pm

      Probly the wisest advice here. +1

    2. Joe Q.

      at 8:48 am

      I LOLed.

  7. Joe Q.

    at 8:56 am

    The wedding is just one day (except maybe for Hindus) but the marriage lasts, hopefully, forever.

  8. Jeremy

    at 8:57 am

    Enjoy the day. If you are married at the end of it, it was a success – the rest is just details. The things most people remember are typically not the things you worry about so just relax.

  9. mike

    at 10:10 am

    If you have done your due diligence, had a spouse inspection and checked out all the comparables before signing the agreement you should be fine.

  10. moonbeam!

    at 10:53 am

    David ~~ always think Jenna with a flower in her hair ~~
    I hope you will always make each other smile!!
    The wedding is a formality, enjoy the party!

  11. Spiltbongwater

    at 10:59 am

    My only advise is I hope your marriage turns out happier then mine did. My second piece of advise, if you wish to have a happy marriage, lower your expectations and you will never be disappointed.

  12. Geoff

    at 10:59 am

    On a long weekend? dude!

    Just kidding. Have fun. My only advice is the wedding day goes faster. And if you’re lucky, the marriage years go even faster. I’m on Year #8.

    1. Krupo

      at 11:59 am

      It goes by super fast. Enjoy whatever time you have to yourselves during the day.

  13. DavidP

    at 11:14 am


    (…watch out for Schedule B.)

  14. JG

    at 11:36 am

    Congrats bud!!!
    Happy wife equals happy life….or something like that.

  15. Eric

    at 11:56 am

    Congrats David! Perhaps the occasion calls for some flamenco dancing? I know where you can find the perfect platform…

  16. GinaTO

    at 11:58 am

    Congrats! I got married in June three years ago, and it feels like it was yesterday. Respect always, communication and healthy compromise. Marriage is great, enjoy your wedding day knowing you’ll have a great life with your best friend. 🙂

  17. FRBYWA

    at 12:27 am

    If you picked the right woman (and she picked the right man), then you don’t need much in the way of advice.

    My guess is that you don’t need any advice. The people you are asking the advice of probably need yours though!

    Myself, I always thought that the most important characterstic I wanted in a woman was CHARACTER. Not personality, not looks, not intelligence, not common interests but character. It took me a long time to find her and we got married just over a year ago. Our first child (beautiful baby boy) arrived just 10 days ago! Anyhow….the marriage is going marvellously well! The good character that my wife showed while we were dating has remained and even strengthened since we’ve been married.

  18. IanC

    at 7:48 am

    Long Weekend Weddings…. Groan… er… I mean Congratulations !!

    Summer is so short for your guests! For me, long weekend weddings are fine if they are at the Distillery District or similar where they do two weddings in one day at the same venue… We went to one that started at 7PM and there was plenty of time for ceremony, appys’, full dinner, speeches, open bar, dessert/snacks, lots of energy… and a live band that rocked until 1AM ! And with Summer, there’s plenty of light late in the day…

    And it’s also Pride Long weekend. Everyone is either at the parade, trying to get away from the parade, or “cottaging” with Rob Ford. Pride does run 9 days, so your non-straight guests can still have a great pride time at a host of other events and still attend and have fun at your wedding.

    As for relationship tips – I have learned the hard way, overcome the tears, and have finally seen the light:


    Congratulations to you both !

  19. dave

    at 10:37 am

    Congratulations Dave!

  20. ScottyP

    at 1:40 am

    All this crap about “long-weekend weddings” is just that: crap.

    If you love someone, you forgo your precious cottage for a weekend and happily partake in a ceremony to which you’ve been invited by a couple who’ve kindly asked you to join them in the most important day in their lives. If not, then you send them an RSVP in the negative and go do your thing.

    Weddings are something to be celebrated; your cottage can wait. Congrats Dave, and here’s to all the happiness in the world for you and Jenna from this day forth.

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