This is a true story about a recent wedding that took place at Clemson
University. It was in the local newspaper and even Jay Leno mentioned it
on the Tonight Show.
It was a huge wedding with about 300 guests. After the wedding, at the
reception, the groom got up on stage with a microphone to talk to the
He said he wanted to thank everyone for coming, many from long
distances, to support them at their wedding. He especially wanted to
thank the bride's and his family and to thank his new father-in-law for
providing such a lavish reception.
As a token of his deep appreciation he said he wanted to give everyone a
specil gift just from him. So, taped to the bottom of everyone's chair,
including the wedding party, was a manila envelope.
Inside each manila envelope was an 8 x 10 glossy of his bride having sex
with the best man.
The groom had gotten suspicious of them weeks earlier and had hired a
private detective to tail them.
After standing there and watching the guest' reactions for a couple of
minutes, he turned to the best man and said "F---- you!". Then he turned
to his bride and said, "F---- you!".
Then he turned to the dumbfounded crowd and said, "I'm outta here." He
had the marriage annulled first thing in the morning.
While most people would have canceled the wedding immediately after
finding out about the affair, this guy goes through with the charade, as if
nothing were wrong.
His revenge . . . making the bride's parents pay over $32,000 for a 300
guest wedding and reception, and best of all, trashing the bride's and
best man's reputations in front of 300 friends and family members. This
guy has balls the size of church bells.
Do you think we might get a MasterCard "priceless" commerical out of
Elegant wedding and reception for 300 guests . . . . . . . . . .. . . $32,000
Wedding photographs commemorating the occasion . . . . . . . .$ 3,000
Deluxe Two week honeymoon accommodations in Maui . . . . . $ 8,500
The look on everyone's faces when they see the 8 x 10
glossy of the bride humping the best man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PRICELESS
There are some things money can't buy, for everything else there's