April 30, 2005
Frozen feet?
Doubts, fear, stomach aches. Calling the wedding off! Telling your parents you've made the wrong choice, and that their $50,000 is mostly nonrefundable. Passing out/running away/choosing the best man over your fiance. I can take it.

Inspiring a national frenzy, worrying your parents sick, wasting taxpayer and law enforcement time and funds and making it just that more difficult for women who really find themselves in jeopardy to be taken seriously is unacceptable to me.

Murr.

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18 Comments:

Blogger lizzyjane said...

If her wedding is not going to be today, maybe they will graciously donate all the cash gifts to me and my fiancee. WE will use the 50,000 dollar wedding, thank you very much.

Blogger oregano said...

Good luck getting some guy to date that woman after what she did.

Blogger Mel said...

She had the right idea, but took it way too far... some people are seriously fucked up.

Anonymous Vermont Neighbor said...

At 32, she was also too old to pull this kind of thing. Maybe she'll sell the movie rights and donate the money to all the people who helped in the search... and to the taxpayers of Georgia.

Although, she probably got bamboozled/pushed into a huge wedding with 600 guests. Her fiance, her mother, the in-laws. It doesn't sound like a dream wedding.

Some girls don't dream of white wedding dresses and Vera Wang. Just commitment and a fun trip to Vegas would be a cool wedding. I married out of state (state of mind, yes) and also had a small group of family fly in. Not to blame anyone, but it wasn't what I wanted.

You get caught up in what other people want for the wedding and this Georgia woman really blew it...

Once I remember her name, she'll go right up there with matrimony's finest examples... Joey Butafucco, John Bobbitt and Kevin Federline.

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