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    I agree with everything GFP has said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannaBamumma View Post
    Just wanted to tell you a little story to hopefully make you feel better! Dh and I got married 5 years ago and dh's sister wasn't able to fly over from the uk for it. So when it was time for speeches, I was in tears saying how much I loved him and id found my soul mate etc etc. Then it was his turn! I was expecting a beautiful speech but to my surprise he didn't say a single word about his 'beautiful new wife'!!! The only woman he spoke about was his SISTER who wasn't even THERE!!!! I still don't let him live that moment down! Men are essentially idiots-sometimes they are just better at hiding it from us! I hope you had a good night!!
    LOLO Men! My best friend's hubby did something similar at their wedding, complimented all the beautiful bridesmaids, thanked the parents, thanked me the MoH for all my efforts etc... and at a nudge from the Missus said "How's my wife eh? She looks alright!"

    OP I'm sure you looked lovely and I hope you had a great night regardless. Bloody men! They have no idea sometimes!


 

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