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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • As a licensed minister (who doesn't believe in God, I might add), I've had the pleasure of performing two weddings. At the first one, I presided over wedding of my best friend on my birthday, which was pretty cool. I also wrangled a date out of it, though to this day I'm not quite certain how that happened.

    The second wedding, I kid you not, was a BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer) wedding. It was a costume wedding held right before Halloween and afterwards I was standing on the porch chatting with a friend whe

  • So... (Score:3, Funny)

    by jhi (318) <jhi@iki.fi> on 2003.02.23 8:18 (#17410) Homepage Journal
    ... this makes William the son of a preacherman?
    • Yes, I was the "celebrant", the faux-minister (I prefer the term "defrocked") who lead them through the exchange and the vows and the kissing and the hey hey hey.

    Wow! You led them through the "hey hey hey"?

    Las Vegas weddings seem rather tame, by comparison.

    Btw, what's it like being defrocked? Does it hurt?

  • Defrocked (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Theory (10) on 2003.02.23 19:40 (#17416) Homepage Journal

    Just read your entry to my wife. She wants to know if you were really naked when you performed the ceremony.

    --David

    • Re:Defrocked (Score:3, Informative)

      She wants to know if you were really naked when you performed the ceremony.
      I like your wife's imagination. Fortunately for all concerned, I was clothed. I was, however, not wearing a frock.

      --Nat