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Oct 9 2015
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A Bump in the Wedding Road, a Financial Freakout

Everything is going great! will be my last words, just as they are for so many others—right before Satan’s pitchfork sails through the space between my back ribs, pierces my heart and lungs in one sanguine grab, and I am hauled away, bobbing like a chunk of sirloin on a kebab, down all the flights of stairs to hell,

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Oct 9 2015
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It used to be that if you wanted to go to a fake wedding, you’d have to pony up $100 bucks to watch Tony and Tina get married while you ate cold spaghetti and paid per drink at the “no host bar!” In Argentina, however, people who love a good party now have more options than half-baked dinner theater and crashing

Oct 8 2015
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If you thought being cut off from the open bar at your best friend’s wedding was cruel and unusual punishment, check out the new regulations for weddings in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, which include strict rules about dancing, cake-cutting, and, strangely, shooting any and all firearms. Bummer. Worse, failure to

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Sep 30 2015
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It’s no secret that weddings now often cost more than a French chateau, so it’s understandable that some newlyweds would be annoyed by guests canceling at the last minute. No matter how upset a bride and groom are, however, there’s absolutely no excuse to send absent guests a bill for their dinner. But apparently no

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