Because yesterday’s date was 11/12/13, people thought it was a good idea to get married. This is like the people that want to get married on a Friday night or a Sunday evening, and then get mad when people either aren’t there on time or have to leave early to get ready for work, only way worse. Tuesday is a dumb day to get married unless you’re just going down to the courthouse. Or if you’re going to get married on TV.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Planning a wedding can be extremely stressful for the couple involved, especially when it involves a particular day on the calendar.
Dozens of couples decided to tie the knot on 11/12/13, making it an easy anniversary to remember and a date that will only come around once-in-a-lifetime.
However, one local couple decided to get married at the spur-of-the-moment this morning and couldn’t stand to wait another day.
Vodera Dillon and Richard Inch found Rev. Joy Huber and headed to our studios to say their vows in front of thousands of Oklahomans.
Now, before we get all catty (That’s literally what all women do when they’re at a wedding. We sit at the reception and talk about how tacky the dress was, how boring the ceremony was, and how obnoxious it was that the bride
walked down the aisle to a Disney song.), let’s check out the wedding and talk about what the couple did right:
Happy Monday and Veteran’s Day to all our readers! If you’re lucky enough to have this day off, savor it. The rest of us are just trying to cobble together enough PTO so that we can have Black Friday and Christmas Eve off. For those of you at work, I’ve grouped together some tweets for you to read while you pretend you’re actually doing something like putting numbers in a spreadsheet or sending emails. As always, I got them sweet tweets after the jump!
They say Rome wasn’t built in a day. And while I don’t have the statistics on how long the building process took, I do know that Rome fell. Similarly, Edmond wasn’t built in a day. (It took years of white flight.) But now, that ivory tower is about to come crashing down. I know what you’re thinking. “But Marisa, there are still roughly 2.3 Buick crossover SUVs per capita in Edmond. How can it be falling?”
Well, I say to you: Look around. Do those SUVs live in Edmond, or do they live in Deer Creek? It would appear that the once affluent and super boring of Edmond have begun another flight to the frigid north that is Deer Creek. I say this using little research and basing it mainly off of the growth of neighborhoods in that area. Also, the crime stories coming out of Edmond are just a little too working class. Either Edmondites are moving north to Deer Creek, or crimes once relegated to apartment complexes on 122nd and Penn are making their way into Edmond.
It’s Monday again, and you know what that means. It’s time to quietly doze at your desk for the first 3 hours of the work day. Also, it’s time to talk tweets. I’ve gathered the best and the brightest, or just the ones that caught my eye for their joke/innuendo potential. Our feeds were inundated with pictures of Halloween costumes and helpful reminders about the time change, and, of course, the same ol’ shenanigans from your local Twitter celebs. Check out this week’s tweets after the jump.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I’m not talking about that time when you awkwardly exchange gifts with a family member who drew your name and knows nothing about you. I’m talking about the time of year when you get free candy, dress in something ridiculous, and probably get a little too drunk and toilet paper the house of the cop who lives in your neighborhood.
Little known fact about me: the last time I trick or treated was when I was 21-years old. It was cool though, because when I wear a hoodie and a Jason mask, you could totally mistake me for a 15-year old boy. And while that’s still too old to trick or treat, it’s more acceptable than a girl who should be dressing like a skank at a frat party asking people for candy. My love and extensive research of trick or treating totally qualifies me to give you some insider info on areas in Oklahoma City to go trick or treating. Check out our guide after the jump.
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