Staying In Tonight?

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And the bride wore…aquamarine.

Sarah Neville writes:

On tonight’s Don’t Tell The Bride, our groom tries to incorporate the theme of ‘Plenty of Fish’ by putting his non-swimming bride in a boat across a lake and dying her dress blue! (above)…

*puts on blindfold*

Don’t Tell The Bride at 10pm on RTÉ2

36 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

    1. dav

      and spread it there!! no thanks’ this sort of poo poo is why other planets will not bother getting in contact with us after our tv signals reach them

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      1. Scundered

        Well I didn’t intend letting them come too, planning on upping the draw-bridge once I get on board to be honest.

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  1. Nigel

    If the show was paying for it I’d remarry the missus and apply for this and try get it held on the International Space Station or in front of an erupting volcano or in a submarine at the bottom of the Marianis Trench or cordon off an entire city hire the populace as extras and do it on the middle of a zombie apocalypse or in a cathedral full of puppies and kittens or the deck of an aircraft carrier at the height of a typhoon or give everyone strong adhesive shoes and do it standing horizontally on the side of a skyscraper. Fish? Feh.

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  2. Kieran Nice Young Chap

    In fairness at least she gets proof that her husband-to-be is an irredeemable eejit before she has to say ‘I do’. She can’t say she wasn’t warned.

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    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      I’ll say only this. No amount of money would’ve persuaded me to let Himself organise a wedding.

      Couldn’t organise a walk to the shop, never mind something like a wedding.

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          1. Brother Barnabas

            Bertie and Mildred…I would dearly love to know:

            ~ do your respective partners know that you’re inclined to *occasionally

          2. Brother Barnabas

            B + M, a question if I may:

            ~ do your respective partners know that you *occasionally* post comments and engage in to-and-fro on Broadsheet? And do they know that you post as “Bertie” / “Mildred”?

          3. mildred st. meadowlark

            My fella does, in fact. I don’t think he knows my online name, though. But I don’t think he’s terribly interested in finding out. He likes to post on the journal, himself.

            I really hate the journal comment section. It’s unbelievably hostile.

          4. bertie blenkinsop

            What the hell was I thinking of trying to squeeze these big size nines into her tiny shoes?
            It’s like subconsciously I wanted to be caught.

          5. mildred st. meadowlark

            I think that part of it is to do with the fact that ‘Millie/Mildred’ persona is just that; a persona.

            I am, in the ‘real-world’, a happily married mother, who lives in a normal house and works a part-time job and has a thing for cake.

            And while I may write some really astonishingly silly stuff here, it is a part of the persona known as Millie, and not the woman I am in reality.

            I’d imagine this is true for not just me, but many posters here.

  3. Fairhill

    This has to be one of the most stupid ideas for a TV show ever vomited on to any screen. Men have no notion of how to organise a wedding, or as it happens to anticipate what their intended might want from a wedding, complete waste of energy.

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