Iabsolutelybelieve in expressing yourself at your wedding.Personal touches are important—they make a special day all the more special.But this?I'm not so sure.Take a look and tell me what you think (warning: NSFW language!):
Yes,the bride is dancing—and,you know,gyrating—down the aisle to a rendition of Buckcherry's "Crazy Bitch."And she seems to be really enjoying herself,so cheers to that!But take a look at some of the guests—especially the dad in the front,trying to shield his son's ears from lyrics such as: "But you [f-word] so good I'm on top of it." He clearly wasn't expecting to hearthatat a wedding on a beautiful afternoon.
Again,yay for self-expression: Do your thing!It's your big day!And,who knows,maybe there's a funny story behind "Crazy Bitch"—like,that's what the couple first danced to?But,in my humble opinion,your guests deserve respect and consideration—or at least some forewarning that some of the proceedings may be rated R.I mean,they're there to celebrateyou.That obviously doesn't mean every note has to be Bach or Beethoven,but I generally think that gathering together the people you love and pelting them with curse words might not be the most conscientious of ideas.Although—at least for "Crazy Bitch"'s friends and family—it's certainly amemorableone.
But that's justmytwo cents.What do you think?
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