I simply love the site! This story happened a few years ago, at my cousins wedding reception. After dinner the toasts came up, and it was the MOH’s turn. She proceeded to tell us about the time the bride and groom went out and got drunk! Apparently the groom was approached by a “lady of the night” who tried to lure him into being her next customer, with the bride to be right there! The bride to be ran up to her and kicked her in the head, and both she and the groom were arrested. And this was told at their wedding with the groom’s extremely Christian family shell shocked. The worst part? The bride and groom thought that was the best toast! 0316-14
I personally would not have been shell shocked to hear such a toast but I would certainly not have smiled as if amused by its contents. Some situations can become great family folklore in years but prostitution, violence and arrests are not topics that should be fodder for wedding toasts.