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    Aug162012

    The Circle Jerk Dance  

    Now I can officially say that I’ve seen it all… You see as a wedding planner, I have the utter joy of being present on what’s supposed to be the best day of your life. It’s truly amazing to see all of our hard work come through to fruition. Watching as the venue comes alive is absolutely incredible. But there’s one thing that I recently saw at a wedding that made me laugh and want to cry all at the same time.

    Based on the dirty, dirty title I have chosen for this post, you probably have a completely different image in your head than what I am about to describe. But, being BB, I couldn’t help myself. Plus after the weight of yesterday’s post, I thought a fun and somewhat dirty piece was what I needed to feel better. And NO, I am not talking about that filthy game boys play at overnight camp (if you legitimately have no idea what I am talking about, go look it up because I just cannot bring myself to explain it to you).

    I am talking about the groomsmen and how they created a CIRCLE on the dance floor… and ONLY danced with each other… For the entire wedding! And THEN had the audacity to complain that they didn’t get laid at the wedding. Right? But, instead it was a fucking love fest for these 28-year-old “boys”… Like ties around their heads, shirts undone and sweat pouring from their faces. Gee, I cannot imagine why they didn’t get lucky at the wedding. Perhaps it was because they were too busy being a jerk in the circle dance?

    Seriously it should have been an easy score. I mean, this was a great looking group of people (and believe me, I don’t always say that) that were predominately single, and yet all of the boys were dancing with each other. What is wrong with this picture? I think the only thing missing was a fucking keg and some dude legs up drinking some beer.

    BB’s advice, definitely enjoy dancing with your friends and celebrating the happy couple, but when you are at a venue that has several beds upstairs, be sure to dance with the ladies too!

    Jeez… What would you do with out me?

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    Haha, this is a first for me too! I can't say I've ever seen this at a wedding. Usually it's the girls all dancing with each other! Hey, Whatever floats your boats, bros.

    August 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMindy @ BudgetFairyTale

    Hey Mindy!

    Right? That's what I usually see too! I was totally dying watching this shit go down! And then to over hear some dude complaining that he "wasn't getting any ass"... Oh my God it was all I could do to keep my mouth shut!!

    Anyway, thanks for the love!

    XO,
    BB

    August 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterBitchless Bride

    LOL!!! I see this all the time at South Asian weddings! I'm sure the guys want to dance with the girls, but there is always some old auntie/ uncle out on virginity patrol. I know in some western cultures they say leave room for the holy spirit, well in Hinduism there is a ton of deities... so yeah, that's a lot space! j/k! Girls and guys dancing separately is the norm for south Asian weddings (if you do dance with some one of the opposite sex, well you now get a lovely nickname by all of the old foggie crowd). So it is less of a frat party and more of blue-balls ritual dance.

    August 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAnjuli

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