about a year ago

Submitted by karpodiem on May 26th, 2012 at 10:00 AM

last year on memorial weekend, the first person in my group of friends got married in traverse city. it was a quite a weekend.

the morning after the wedding in the hotel we were staying at, wolverswede, who probably still had a BAC of at least 0.20%, looked up from his phone and said to me - 

"Tressel resigned"

what a difference a year can make.

Comments

BlueLotCrew

May 26th, 2012 at 10:09 AM ^

What kind of an asshole gets married on a holiday weekend? That must be one of the most selfish acts ever, not to mention, tacky... Like this post.

EGD

May 26th, 2012 at 11:21 AM ^

I don't see a problem with having a wedding on Memorial Day weekend.  For people travelling from out-of-town, you have a few more flight options and another day off of work without having to burn vacation time.  What I have a problem with are people who schedule weddings on football Saturdays.

RakeFight

May 26th, 2012 at 10:30 AM ^

Yah, well, I f'ed up my own post by misplacing the decimal, brah.  0.20% = a BAC of .002.... which is barely detectable.  

So pretty much the egg is on my face because I was trying to be a smarty pants by pointing out someone else's typo, but I screwed it up with my own typo.  Isn't it ironic?

riverrat

May 26th, 2012 at 12:30 PM ^

Seems like we've had a thread about bad weekends to get married, but I had family who got married on the third Saturday of November.   Thank Cthulu for mini TVs...

LSAClassOf2000

May 26th, 2012 at 6:54 PM ^

One of my sisters actually got married on Memorial Day weekend six years ago due to a converge of family availability and cheaper rates at the Dearborn Inn. She tried to make it work - there was a buffet with an emphasis on grilled meat and an open bar. Still, I don't have any real problem with holidays except Saturdays when Michigan is playing. I have made it quite clear that I will go to weddings only if they fall on a bye week.

In any event...