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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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A Python Marriage Ceremony? by tucsonmike on 8 June 2008 4:33am
 
I was musing on my blog, trying to imagine what such a ceremony would contain...
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by Spursfan on 8 June 2008 6:35am
 
Conducted (is that the right term?) by the school chaplain from 'Meaning of Life'....
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by kazzzz on 8 June 2008 8:34am
 
A bouquet of lupins?
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by johnnythemonkey on 8 June 2008 8:38am
 
Terry as the bride ?
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by Spursfan on 8 June 2008 8:39am
 
The organist could be the "It's" man....
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by kazzzz on 8 June 2008 8:58am
 
We can throw gravel (or very small rocks) at the bride while wearing beards :)
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by geordiegirl on 8 June 2008 4:19pm
 
...and Graham-as-colonel marching in stopping the ceremony and shouting SILLY!
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by mrsthing on 8 June 2008 6:38pm
 
No, the organist HAS to be naked!

You march in to strains of "Sit on my Face" (gets the whole wedding party in quickly), and march out to "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life". None of the wedding party is wearing trousers, and the backs of the ladies dresses are cut out. Michael would be the soloist, and sing, "Every Sperm is Sacred" just before the homily.

Lupines all over the church!

Terry J. would be the bride's mother. Eric would be the bride--he always looked pretty as a woman. He could wear a fancy veil with a dead parrot on top of his head. Graham for the Groom, John for the vicar. Graham would suddenly tear off his tux and reveal the colonel outfit underneath and stop everything if the ceremony got too silly.

And of course, Terry G. as the wedding coordinator!

Readings taken from obscure parts of the bible and old Susan Polis Schutz cards.

The reception? A sit down dinner of spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, and spam.

LOL!
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by johnnythemonkey on 8 June 2008 9:42pm
 
Judy,.......you've taken that too far ! :) Excellent !
 
Re: A Python Marriage Ceremony? by Palin_Lover on 9 June 2008 12:21am
 
LOL!! That would be such a hilarious wedding ceremony. mrsthing, you'v got the whole thing worked out! Been thinking long about this? XP
 
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