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Planning a wedding is a difficult proposition.
You've gotta line up rings, tuxes, a wedding gown, bridesmaids' dresses, a caterer, music, a Priest/Minister and most importantly, booze.
Tradition, as I understand it, has the Bride and her chosen
Sometimes, the Groom takes responsibility for some of the necessary components of the wedding.
This is a bad idea.
A very bad idea.
How the hell is a Guy supposed to deal with shit like this? I mean, his mind is probably a thousand miles away from actually taking part in something of this nature. A Groom's thoughts meander aimlessly from "It would be a great day to go fishing" to "How the fuck am I gonna sober up in time for...for...what was I supposed to be doing today?"
You can see why assigning Necessary Wedding Tasks to a guy who is about to go from a life of drinking beer for breakfast, running around the house in his underwear and scratching his nuts whenever he wants to, to a life of being married and drinking beer for breakfast, running around the house in his underwear and scratching his nuts whenever he wants to, may not be in the best interest of a couple's nuptials going off as planned, no matter how meticulously things have been strategerized for The Big Day.
A Groom-to-be in London had at least one very simple but very important Necessary Wedding Task to perform.
It was his Sole Responsibility to book the venue for the wedding.
Now, this is not the End of the World or even the End of the Meticulously Planned Prim and Proper English Wedding.
While it was certainly a Major Pain in the Ass and presented a Large Logistical Problem, a solution to this dilemma could have been (relatively) easy to come by.
Except for The Bomb Threat!
Yes, Dumbass Horde, rather than face the consequences of his actions like a man, the Groom called in a bomb threat forty-five minutes before the ceremony!
This was not a wise thing to do.
While the British may be known for keeping a Stiff Upper Lip, they are also known for being extremely fond
A judge in Liverpool agrees. He sentenced the Groom to a year in prison.
At this point of the story you would think that all the weirdness would have been put on full display for all to see, wouldn't you?
You'd be wrong.
After doing his time in the British Big House, other than having a poop chute the size of a silver dollar, the Groom's life won't really be that much different than it was before this incident.
The Bride, you know the one left waiting at the altar when the Groom called in the bomb threat hoax, will be waiting for him upon completion of his prison sentence!
Knock me over with a crumpet.