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Who Is The Happiest On The Wedding Day?

who is the happiest on the wedding day

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The guests who came with containers.

HUH, yes they are the happiest

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yes ooo, chop chop everywhere

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morenike r u laffing,i heard a story dat one man attended one wedding ,by the time d pple serving drinks came to his side and asked him wat he wanted  d guy told them,so he was given d drink ,but b4 d guy dat gave him d drink will dip his hands into his pocket to bring out the opener ,d drink has gone half way already

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Some dnt care. . the first thing they ask is "Where is the jollof rice?"

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LOL!! At the Igbo ones "Where's the isiewu?"

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LOL

Even at the Nigerian parties I go to here, except the guys here a little more cautious so that it doesn't look like they're starving.

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The guests who came with containers.

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the bride. . .

the groom is the saddest (also those who foot the bill if not him). . . some of his thots - hire of venue:N500,000; wedding dress:N350,000 ; food: N1,000,000 etc CHEI!

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The bride is the happiest, knowing she's finally got her man.

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but,when it comes to who among the couple is happier; its definitely the groom

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Yeah, the couple are the least happy

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The parents. Finally these liabilties are leaving the house. One less mouth to feed. Time to start get returns on their investments.

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Who is happier? The caterer, the photographer, the parents and then the guests and the bride and groom are at the bottom of the list. The wedding is a lot of pressure for them and stopping to take pictures or to do the things you do at a wedding can be annoying and stop you from really enjoying the whole thing. They are often tired by the end of it which is not a big help for the wedding night. It is a wonderful day they will cherish but the bride and groom are on both the top and bottom of the list of who is happier?

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he's the saddest also because he's giving his daughter away. . she now belongs to the husband family. . bye bye

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The Happiest - Bride's mother.

Reason - She can finally tie her gele yaya and oh so subtly show off to her friends, especially those whose daughters are about to la le.

The Saddest - Bride's Father.

Reason - Wondering why the heck they needed $8000 for a wedding gown his daughter will wear just once and $4000 for bra and pant (trousseau). He's lucky though, he can pretend he's sad because he's about to lose his li'l girl.

Most indifferent - Groom.

Reason - He couldn't careless about the whole thing. After all, nothing is gonna change with his lifestyle. Wait, scratch that, somethings will change. . . now he has a live in maid and cook.

Most Gullible - Bride.

Reason - Naively believing marriage will make things better in her life. She's like a lamb being led to slaughter. . . totally oblivious of what awaits her.

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@ poster

is it possible that we think alike?

just tot of posting this particular topic this morning but had to go to the site.

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the bride normally expresses more happiness than the groom.

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Does it matter? As long as they're both happy

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On our wedding day i think we were both equally as happy. Both of us grinning and kissing and hugging all day all night.

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Those eating food.

The bride is usually the saddest, followed by the Groom.

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The Wedding guests wey com chop awoof.

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The lady is always the happiest on the wedding day n dats why u see them always cheerful n smiling. U see dem dance themselves out. Bt as 4 d guys, I wonder wen they will change. They just keep a mean look n manage to drag their legs wen it is dancing time. na wa 4 men o. na only God go save una!!!!

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sm people even go to the wedding reception wt their openers ,spoon,knife and forks,rubbish

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