The wedding in the midst of the winter was not very exciting

There are times when I wonder why people bother to have weddings at all.

If you ask me, the entire ordeal is basically unnecessary if you are getting married for the right reasons.

If you absolutely cannot wait to spend your entire life with somebody, why do you need a massive party to celebrate your partnership? Isn’t it good enough that you have found each other and settled on a lifelong agreement together? It seems as though you would be better off saving your currency and investing in your future life, rather than blowing it on an open bar and catered food that everybody hates! That’s my opinion, anyways. To be entirely fair, I also absolutely hate weddings… Including the one that I attended this past week. I already thought it was an awful choice to have a wedding in general, however holding it in the dead of the frosty season was an interesting choice. The air temperatures in this area are nothing short of frigid throughout the entire long, dark Winter time season. Choosing to have a massive celebration with formal dresses when it’s 0 degrees outside did not make any sense in the slightest. However, my cousin made the choice that she was getting married no matter what the climate was going to be. I believe she had no clue in the least that the indoor air temperature would hastily match the outdoor air temperature when the heating device broke down in her chosen location. On the afternoon of the ceremony the giant commercial heating device blatantly took a turn for the worst, and as the guests began filing into the banquet hall, the indoor air temperature totally plummeted. The people I was with and I wound up shivering in our seats, wearing our Winter time coats, and trying to shield ourselves from freezing drafts for numerous hours. What a frigid start to the marriage.

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