Sunday, September 24, 2017

Silly Sunday: Weddings Are Funny

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This past Friday night, #1 Son was one of the groomsmen in a wedding.  He said the groom bawled like a baby when reciting his vows.  He then told the bride, "You better cry, too!" and she responded, "No, I'm not gonna cry!  Do you know how much this make-up cost?"

Boudreaux an' Clothile done been marry fo' many year, an' dey be at a weddin' of a frien'.  De priest be sayin' to the couple bein' marry, "You need to work to learn each other, the deep things and the not so deep things.  For example, young man, you need to remember what her favorite flower is."

At dat, Boudreaux turn to Clothile an' whisper, "Mais, I believe I know dat -- it be White Lily se'f-raisin', right?"



Today is:

Armed Forces Day -- Mozambique; Peru

Banned Books Week begins -- US (sponsored by the ALA, Celebrating the Freedom to Read, It's Everybody's Job; celebrate your right to read what you want!)

Clypping the Church Ceremony -- Painswick, Gloucestershire, England (since 1321, surrounding the church hand in hand for the Clypping Hymn and an open air ceremony)

Constitution Day/Recoronation of King Norodom Sihanouk -- Cambodia

Do Impressions of Famous People Around the Office Day -- again, i wonder about the intentions of those who start these things

Feast of Our Lady of Mercy -- Catholic Christian
    Lady of Mercedes Day -- Dominican Republic
    La Merce -- Barcelona, Spain

Festival of the Latest Novelties -- an internet generated holiday to celebrate everything from traditional whoopie cushions to some of the more modern and weird novelty gifts out there; a great day for practical jokers

Fukuro Matsuri -- Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan (a fun-for-tourists way to learn about Japanese culture, through tomorrow, and next weekend)

Gallbladder Good Health Day -- seems unsponsored, but there's information about keeping your gallbladder healthy here  

Going Forth of Isis -- Ancient Egyptian Calendar (date approximate)

Gold Star Mother's Day 2017 -- US (the day to honor mothers who have lost a child who was serving in the US Armed Forces)

Heritage Day -- South Africa

Independence Day/National Day -- Guinea-Bissau(1973)

Mahidol Day -- Thailand (commemorates the passing of Prince Father Mahidol Adulyadej, the "Father of Thai Modern Medicine")

Moose Day -- the day Bullwinkle J. Moose, from Frostbite Falls, MN, US, and his pal Rocky the Flying Squirrel debuted in 1959

National Bluebird of Happiness Day -- US (and no one knows why, but it's supposed to be a day to go spread some happiness)

National Cherries Jubilee Day

National Punctuation Day® -- US, but good punctuation matters everywhere!  info here 

New Caledonia Day -- New Caledonia

Republic Day -- Trinidad and Tobago

Santa Cruz Day -- Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

Schwenkfelder Thanksgiving -- Pennsylvania Dutch followers of Silesian Reformation theology

St. Gerard's Day (Patron of Hungary)

St. Rupert's Day (Patron of Salzburg, Austria, where it is an official school and government holiday)

Transatlantic Telephone Day -- the first cable across the Atlantic was completed on this day in 1956

Tzom Gedaliah -- Judaism (Fast of Gedalia, a dawn to dusk day of fasting to lament the assassination of Gedalia the righteous governor of Judea)

World Rivers Day -- International 

World School Milk Day -- UN



Birthdays Today:

Morgan Hamm, 1982
Paul Hamm, 1982
Nia Vardalos, 1962
Kevin Sorbo, 1958
Alan Colmes, 1950
Gordon Clapp, 1948
Phil Hartman, 1948
Linda McCartney, 1941
Jim Henson, 1936
Anthony Newley, 1931
Sheila MacRae, 1924
Jim McKay, 1921
F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1896
John Marshall, 1755
Horace Walpole, 1717


Debuting/Premiering Today:

"Nevermind"(Album release), 1991
"No More Lonely Nights"(McCartney single release), 1984
"The Love Boat"(TV), 1977
"60 Minutes"(TV), 1968
"Daniel Boone"(TV), 1964
"The Munsters"(TV), 1964
"Love of Life"(TV), 1951
"Once in a Lifetime"(Play), 1930


Today in History:

Prophet Muhammad completes his hijra from Mecca to Medina, 622
The last Emperor of the Komnenian restoration of the Byzantine Empire, Manuel I Komnenos, dies; the empire slips into terminal decline, 1180
The Dutch Republic surrenders New Amsterdam to England, 1664
The first autopsy and coroner's jury verdict is recorded in the state of Maryland, 1657
John Jay is appointed by George Washington as the first Chief Justice of the then six-person Supreme Court, which was instituted by the Federal Judiciary Act passed that same day, 1789
US Attorney General Office is created, 1789
The Northern Daily Times becomes the first provincial daily newspaper in London, 1853
Alexander Dey patents a dial time recorder, 1889
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officially renounces polygamy, 1890
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaims Devils Tower in Wyoming as the nation's first National Monument, 1906
Cathay Pacific Airways is founded in Hong Kong, 1946
The Honda Motor Company is founded, 1948
Forest fires black out the sun over portions of Canada and New England, and a Blue moon (in the astronomical sense) is seen as far away as Europe, 1950
Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe, is opened in Barcelona, 1957
President Dwight D. Eisenhower sends 101st Airborne Division troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, to enforce desegregation, 1957
The United States court of appeals orders the University of Mississippi to admit James Meredith, 1962
Swaziland joins the United Nations, 1968
Compu-Serve launches the first consumer internet service, which features the first public electronic mail service, 1979
Periodic Great White Spot observed on Saturn, 1990
Hurricane Rita devastates Beaumont, Texas, southwest Louisiana, and finishing off some of the parts of New Orleans and southeast Louisiana that Katrina missed, 2005
The G20 Summit in Pittsburgh, PA, US, marks the first use of LRAD for crowd control in the US, 2009
Nigeria's government opens two swollen dams and displaces about two million people, 2010
The Mars Orbiter Mission, launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation, is successfully inserted into orbit around Mars, 2014 

6 comments:

  1. LOL Great comeback from the bride :-)

    Boudreaux never fails to make me laugh heheh!


    PS: It's took me ages to try and comment here just deleted your cookies off my pc to see if that works

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  2. I love the bride's comment. She's right too.

    You know I love your Boudreaux jokes. I look forward to them every Sunday.

    Have a fabulous Silly Sunday. ☺

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  3. Our future daughter-in-law is paying $150.00 for make-up next month and I wonder if she'll cry. I know I will, and my make-up will cost muuuuch less.

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  4. Hah. What a reason not to cry. My brother cried the entire way through his wedding while his bride didn't shed a tear.

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  5. Mimi,

    I remember walking down the isle on my daddy's arm. All the women in the church ere crying. I felt the tears welding up and I said to myself, "Cathy, don't you cry or your mascara will be all of your face." So...I some how chocked back the tears. I was terribly nervous and barely able to repeat my vows. lol I love the "White Lily Self Rising flour" punch line! :D I remember watching Rocky and Bullwinkle as a kid. The flying squirrel fascinated me, too. Thanks for making me smile with these sillies!

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