That's just... Something Wonderful
Good luck to the both of them. And all their great friends and family.
Yes, lovely. Talk about an offer she can't refuse. How could she say no? The guy might as well have put a gun to her head.
Later it turned out that due to a mixup she had been listening to Megadeth the whole time, but Love conquered anyway...
Ya know, some assholes have to make a huge production out of everything. Were the kissing faggots really necessary?
OMG ... This make Portlandia look like Wichita.
Thanks. That was great.
I said to myself, "Self, warn those sensitive to these things that men kiss at some point even though anyone alive in this year knows when something like this starts they will work in gays..." But then I thought, "Nope, you forgot to notice the time stamp for that. Just shut up and somebody will point it out within the first couple of hours."
I really enjoyed that! You're quite right, Gerard. Every thing really will be fine because the world is predominantly made up of ordinary, loving people like those people. Always has been, and that we're here is all the proof you need.
So, do you think they'll have a big wedding?
I cried, oh yes I did. All will be well indeed.
Hey now, I posited a fair question. Were the kissing faggots necessary?
A man who has been through the divorce wars should be a little more... realistic. Let me know how she serves him the divorce papers.
Casca...Shut the hell up. If you're trying to play the part of "DailyKos Stereotypical Conservative", you're failing. If you're really that much of a churl, then shouldn't you be busy kicking over gravestones somewhere like at a pet cemetery?
The video should be rated 'R' when fudge-packers are included.
Unless of course DailyKos defines what is 'Normal', then rate the video 'G'.
Gerard, thank you, that was pure and simple joy. What a wonderful family and friends.
"white people are crazy."
Great little video. But I'm surprised (and more than a little pleased) that nobody's bitched about the "dancing juice"/dancing jews joke ... yet. I guess there's still time.
Amy Beth and Isaac: I hope your married life is every bit as joyful as this proposal production-number. It sure made my day watching it.
My hat's off to the guy. Well done.
And if you listen a little harder for the dogs that didn't bark you will find that he didn't score as high as he might on the diversity test.
I don't have anything to say, but it would be wrong to allow some dumbass to think that his comments would silence me.
Absolutely. Wouldn't have it any other way.
"I don't have anything to say"
You should have axed him where his old dog Fido was buried.
Who’s the girl in the red dress? Gina Johnson Morris is her name and I’m extremely proud to be her dad. She told us about Isaac’s idea for proposing a few weeks ago… he asked her to choreograph a basic non-dancer friendly routine, easy enough for all those involved. Very happy Gina had a big part of sharing this much love!
Righty, I've got a built in auto-ignore for certain types, and when it kicks in I'm usually pulling way too many G's to reach the over-ride. But your point is well taken.
And Mr. Fiddleman, I take nothing away from the job your flower of lovliness produced. It was very cute and sweet, and a metrosexual wetdream.
As for the groom, there are things guys don't do, and this is one of them. So is watching smooching faggots. Hell, I was in Albertsons yesterday, and watched a middle-aged man and woman smooch by the cheese island. It was damned near as revolting.
All I ask for is a little decorum.
@Casca, Glad you brought the term metrosexual into play. My sentiments exactly. I couldn't watch the whole thing. This is the type of thing Roissy would do a beautiful takedown on, but his blog is gone bye-bye. Nevertheless, I wish them all the happiness they can garner. Also, leave Mumblix alone; he's a favorite commenter here.
Gerard, that is one hell of a filter you've got there.
Hinds, since you have blown right through my previous disclaimer, this is officially your Leaky-Leahy moment. Think of me as Dick Cheney.
Leaky-Leahy? Depends, doesn't it?
Take what you can! Give nothing back! If you have to ask it ought to be for forgiveness, not permission.
Yes, yes, I realise I'm the antidote to fuzzy kittens and all that is wonderful -- but what the hell is with this latest fad for turning every damn marriage proposal or wedding ceremony into an elaborately-choreographed Zigfeld Follies spectacle, and posting it on the Intertube?
My parents got hitched at city hall, and stayed that way for the rest of their lives.
Also, get the hell off my lawn.
Mr. fiddlman, your Gina gave a gift of delight, and a joyful memory, to a lot of people—people who participated in this wonderful event and people all over the world who will watch it and tear-up in happiness. The memories of the dancers will grow even sweeter over the years as they recall their part in it all. In a world where so much is bitter and coldhearted and cruel, Gina acted in friendship, kindness, and love. Thank her for me.
It’s clear that the participants were Isaac’s friends and loved ones and neighbors. They put some time and effort into a happy gesture for someone they cared about. I take the moment as it was meant, and celebrate it.
Thank you for posting it, Mr. Van der Leun
Thank you for posting that. My wife and I were wondering who did the choreography. Great stuff.
And fer th' rest of y'all- Look, I'll go toe to toe with any of you guys in a bare knuckle, steel cage death match of curmudgeonliness. But lighten up a little- don't tell me you didn't have fun watching that. Don't even pretend it didn't make you smile.
Now that was a breath of fresh air: people unwearied of the pitfalls & dysfunctions of relationships - and society for that matter.
@Mr. fiddleman: thank you and your family for sharing such a joyful display of affection. I always thought that being a Tough Guy was a given and that observing cute and cuddly things at the end of the day were, not only a delight, but reminders of what us men fight to protect everyday.
In realspace, I may appear as a soft spoken 'nice-guy', but that is from years of fighting the good fight. Tough Guy is for the young.
Keep 'em coming, Fiddleman. :)
AMERICAN BULLSHIT AT ITS BEST SO BAD ITS EMBARRISING
To have that many people with that amount of talent is pretty cool. Good Luck.