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Too funny. My wife and I had a non-denominational wedding. We're both Korean by ancestry. But having attended so many Jewish weddings, my wife was DYING to do the hora at our own wedding. We didn't do it. But to this day, she insists that when we renew our vows, we're going to have a semi-traditional Jewish wedding. In other words, we're going to step on the glass, do the hora, and sing Hava Nagila. No yarmulkes though.

And by the way, I could be at the fanciest wedding in the world but I'm still a sucker for a good plate filled with pigs in a blanket. Is there anything better?

Mr. Big Dubya

You need to find a good Irish Catholic wedding - sure the food sucks, but those bastards can drink and drink and drink.

When my wife and I got married, we gave the DJ strict instructions about no chicken dance and no Macarena - but of course there was a rousing (read: drunken) rendition of Neil Diamond's "Sweet caroline."


MetroDad/MrBigD: If we ever throw a party again we'll serve Guinness & pigs-in-blankets, and you're both invited.

I suspect the next few parties may focus more on milk, candy, and "not-sharing", though...

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