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LOVE/HATE: The Drunken Duo Edition

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Classy, zow...

In my opinion, if you’re a grownup person, there’s nothing wrong with drinking or even getting a little (or a lot) drunk. Whether or not to drink and to drink to excess is the choice every adult has to make on their own. As long as it’s done responsibly and you don’t upchuck on my stuff, more power to you. And drinking at weddings is all right, too. But if getting falling down drunk is such a big part of your life that you feel the need to incorporate it into your wedding theme? That’s a little… less than classy, shall we say. It’s like one step above a cake topper featuring the groom holding the bride’s hair while she worships the porcelain deity. Since I prefer classy weddings to weddings on the opposite end of the spectrum, I’m going with HATE on this one. How about you? What would you first impression be if you encountered this wedding cake topper in the wild?

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5 Responses to “LOVE/HATE: The Drunken Duo Edition”

  1. Toni April 8, 2011 at 7:30 am #


    Maaayyybe on a bachelor/ette cake.

  2. The Jananator April 8, 2011 at 9:18 am #

    LOL! I wouldn’t want it, hope my family wouldn’t do it, but if your hobby is getting pass out drunk then I guess it’s the topper for you!

  3. DoubleDee April 8, 2011 at 7:41 pm #

    I think that is absolutely hilarious!
    Who says all weddings have to be stodgy, boring, “classy” affairs? People can still be classy and have a sense of humor too!

  4. Marry me April 9, 2011 at 7:58 am #

    ha ha ha really extra ordinary design of cake..

  5. Ravna April 9, 2011 at 9:52 am #

    My first reaction would be. “I didn’t know you had sloshed out alcoholics as a wedding theme. Should I have worn a toga?” Everyone who knows me knows I’m the friend who gives the harsh truth when it’s needed. I don’t coddle. I would explain that even if it seems like a fantastic idea now, they/he/she must be in the la la land of wedding planning (you can get detached from real world when planning weddings), and therefore have not taken into account that the pictures and the story of why said cake topper was chosen will not be fun later on.