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Clean Laffs - You're not supposed to talk like that at weddings.
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Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Good morning crew,
There was one rather unusual thing that happened at Zach's wedding last weekend. In fact, it was something I have never seen happen at any other wedding.
The father of the bride insulted the groom's mother during his dinner speech.
At first it was completely normal, the father of the bride got up and made a few comments; how he loved his daughter and even though he hated to see her go he knew this day was eventually going to come...boilerplate stuff.
But then he turned to Zach and said, "I can't believe you're stealing my little girl away from me, you son of a bitch!"
A small laugh rippled through the room, but I turned to my table and said, "Is it me, or did anybody else just hear the father of the bride call Zach's mom a bitch in front of 200 people?"
Laugh it up,
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