December 12, 2010

To his friend...

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  1. Somehow I don't think. this is going to be a problem.

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  2. Is it me, or does every customer in this store hocks loogies when they speak?

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  3. That's more like spittle.

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  4. Yeah, sorta glad he went with if instead of when.

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  5. that sounds like a pretty big "if" I'm guessing.

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  6. The way he says it, it sounds as though he plans to marry at one of those sleazy vegas chapels where you pick your style wedding just before you have it.
    Which means I pity the poor drunk girl (or guy) he picks up

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  7. Some of those wedding are surprisingly awesome.

    My friends just did the Elvis one and it was a hilarious riot of fun.

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  8. space cadette12/12/2010 10:31 PM

    I don't understand, what woman wouldn't want a Star Wars themed wedding? It was (seriously) my childhood dream while other little girls were day-dreaming of pouffy dresses and trailing skirts... But maybe that was just me...

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  9. I think having any sort of nonstandard wedding (any wedding that doesn't take place in a courthouse or place of worship, that is) is a bit excessive as far as fandom goes. Going to conventions: okay. having a wedding at said convention: creepy.

    But if it's mutual (not only for the groom and bride, but for the whole family), I guess I have no right to complain.

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  10. ^ If they're attendees? Sure, creepy. But if they've staffed for years, I wouldn't consider that creepy.

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  11. I think it's not even so much the Star Wars thing as the train of thought that isn't taking place. How does he imagine he'd get to the wedding planning stage with a woman that DIDN'T share the Star Wars love (or at least respect it). It's like he's marrying some distant shadow, and he's already bracing himself for it to hate him, sitcom-style.

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  12. Voltron theme wedding all the way. Or fairytale,9 the non Disney version, Old world straight out of the Black Forest.

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  13. The STAR WARS theme was (no foolin') the recessional at my wedding, at my bride's actual request, but I kinda think there are other road blocks here...!

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  14. This guy can start a "countdown clock" (see other comic) on Star Wars Katie.

    http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/index.php/2010/12/10/may-the-force-be-with-katie-day/

    However, I think Katie won't touch him with a dual-bladed lightsaber when she grows up.

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  15. darkwhitewolf1/03/2011 8:29 PM

    I often have moments when reading these comics where my first thought is, "Well, yeah, that's reasonable," and then I remember that maybe it's not...This was one of them.

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