Here are some wedding guests who have decided to speak now instead of "keeping their peace forever" I've always wondered about that funny phrase at weddings where the official says, "Should anyone here know any reason that this couple not should be connected in holy marriage, speak now or keep your peace forever. "It feels so … final and decisive and sometimes I get stressed that someone is blabbering or I start running for all reasons that they do not really have to have together in my head. I was not attending many weddings, so I have no funny objections to report, even though I was tempted to say something when a friend came to this guy after spending only three months with him … But they are now Anyway, not together, I asked Reddit about the times, they heard someone talking during the ceremony, and the results were hilarious. I would like to keep some of these in my bag for the wedding I will be taking care of next month!
Scroll down for some fun moments where people have decided not to "keep their peace". This woman, who was already married to the groom My father is a minister. He had once left a lady in the church and said that the marriage could not continue because she was still married to the groom.
– CBD_Sasquatch2. The crazy uncleNot my wedding, nor my peace, which has not prevailed.
My best friend, the morning before his wedding, his crazy uncle (she knows, this one black sheep uncle everyone seems to have) appears at his door. "You do not have to do that, we're 2 hours from Mexico, here are the keys to my car, the tank is full and there are 10 giants in cash." My buddy laughs and closes the door to him.
Later, during this very beautiful, very primitive and proper Catholic wedding, it comes to the "Everybody here" part. Immediately, this uncle stands on the bench, behind, begins to crack his car keys as loud as he can, and shouts, "Take the money and run, boy!"
– ShabaDabaDo3. The side piece of the groom Priest: "… that these 2 should not be married?"
Best Man GF: "THIS IS NOT YOUR CHILD IN THERE !!"
The best man has been his fiancee since the bridegroom's two-month journey to China. He thought it was great to hide her from his GF. He was not. Guess, three relationships end there and a few more friendships.
– Andermaal4. The priest himself. The priest sounded almost as if he objected to my sister-in-law's wedding. When he came in part to "If Someone Wants to Resist", he began to talk about how the bride and groom would normally come to a meeting with him before the ceremony, where he would make sure that there were no reservations, and so on this couple was too busy … It was the first time he was not sure if they could do it … He walked over it for a few minutes in the middle of the ceremony.
It turned out that he had an undiagnosed brain tumor and only died a few weeks later and started to become mentally unstable just after the wedding.
Edit: Just for clarification, the priest had the brain tumor, not the groom.
– Tree_Eyed_Crow5. The sporty racer My aunt had her wedding to my grandmother. It was a nice Saturday afternoon, 1pm wedding.
"If someone has reason …"
(A very loud car in the distance makes a short burnout)
After a pause, the pastor continues, "If anyone has reason to believe that these two should not be …"
(The same car in the distance pulls loudly a full quarter mile run, 10 seconds or less pass before it is quiet again).
There was a nearby drag strip and they should not start before 2pm, both the 1st wedding anniversary started late and the 2pm. Drag Racing started early. The entire ceremony had breaks of 10 seconds or less.
– SuspiciousMystic6. This participant, who actually wanted to … Bride / Groom had decided to split a week before the wedding, but the bride's father said he would not pay for any related expenses if they did not proceed with the wedding, so went out she with the semblance ahead. Not all present knew it and the couple played through a grotesque presentation. They only lived together long enough to finish all the split details and then divorce.
Really a nightmare day for those of us who knew the couple well.
– challam7. The bride who did not care to say something at a Hindu wedding. It is a three-hour ceremony that takes place on stage and there were 500 guests. At some point, a group of young lads comes to the front of the hall. The bride walks off the stage and leaves the hall with the group of men. However, the priest sang on and on with the ceremony. The guests assume that everything will work normally for the next 15 minutes. After that, there were some sudden side talks between parents, priests, grooms, etc. It turns out that the bride is leaving with her boyfriend. The marriage with the groom was arranged and the friend was someone who did not like the father. Last I heard that the friend and the bride were still together.
– Darthoe8. The Father of the Bride My Darling Was a Wedding I went to a friend when, when they asked this question, the bride's father invited a fart who echoed from the pew so loud that everyone stopped and just looked at him.
The bride began to laugh so loudly that her face turned bright red and she had to sit down. In ten minutes, she laughed so loud that she did not make a sound while the rest of the community laughed. Finally, the father gets up and says, "I ate a bagel this morning, it did not sit well." The mother of the bride struck him, but laughed and everyone laughed again. Probably the best wedding I have ever seen.
– Gromby9. The bachelor party so wild, too many secrets came out sort of multi-layered. It started at the bachelorette party and was transferred to the wedding.
So I was not part of this wedding, but was present and part of the Bachelorette Party. Basically, the bridal party went to a bar and all the friends could drop by and say hello. So I do that and get the beer and the congratulations and whatever.
Go into the lady's room and the bride is there with her arms folded and someone is crying in a stable. It turned out, one of the bridesmaids got drunk and basically said, "I'm so glad you and [fiancé] Could forgive each other after he cheated, you're so good together. "But the bride did not know about the scam.
So the bride decides to lay the bridesmaid and talk about the maid of the bridesmaid as he is a sleazebag who also cheated on a point. So bridesmaid is crying in a stable and the bride is angry.
I make a quick exit. The wedding is still going on this weekend.
I am in pre-wedding mode with guests, my senses are on high alert because of the drama I heard at the party.
And indeed, the maid of the bridesmaid is like that and tries to crowd in with the bride in the readiness area to scream at her for judging because he obviously has more dirt on her.
So the bridegroom cheated, the bridesmaid's husband cheated, and apparently the bride was cheated at some point or at least was too friendly with at least one ex. I have not heard all the details of the last one.
Nobody held peace that day.
– fuqmook10. The Breach of Divine Intervention At my uncle's wedding, the priest asked the question and there was a tremendous clap of thunder.
– Fission_chip11. The Couple's Occasional Agreement A few years after I graduated from college, a high school friend asked me if I would get up at their wedding because one of the members of the wedding party had resigned. At this point in the ceremony where the pastor asks people, "Say now or forever, keep your peace," this person I replaced in the wedding party shows up in the chapel, points to the happy couple and says, " I've got crabs from them! "It's a good idea to have a three-way relationship with this person before the wedding, so I had to replace that person at the wedding party. Further, it seems that the reason that this person got crabs was that this couple had MANY three-ways before getting married. This was later confirmed by other members of the wedding party.
No joke: the starter at the wedding was crab cake. You can not do that stuff people!
– Analytica012. The Family Clown At my cousin's wedding, it was a full two-hour Catholic affair with hymns, blessings, verses, etc. Anyway, the priest asks the question and my cousin's brother got up, straightened his shirt, stared at mine Cousin and married for something that felt like it forever, grinned, then sat down slowly.
My cousin, who got married, went insane, ran down from the altar and stuck it right in his nose, shouting, "Why do you have to ruin everything?"
And so I was part of a MASS brawl, lol
– crochetprozac13. This cheeky official led the wedding of my friends. We wrote in the line: "If there is a person here who knows about a legal impediment to the marriage of these two people, then honestly you should have said something in advance, you have had the invitation for months."
– kalshassan14. The crazy ex-priest said: "If someone wants to resist …", a guy, who was drunk, stood up and shouted "I do". He then created a huge excitement and managed to hit the groom in the face and send him down. Then the police came and took him away. Later, I learned that he was the bride's ex and swore when they parted, that he would ruin their wedding. Crazy AF.
– domenicolopriate15. This funny baby my goddaughter objected to my wedding. He shouted "Noooo" in a loud voice as the Registrar asked the question. Luckily he was only at the time, so we all laughed well and kept going. The photographer managed to get a great picture of the moment when everyone started to laugh. Bad little guy.
– fuckedtritrightup16. The Future Nightmare Mother-In-Law We took this line from our wedding because we knew that my MIL would object if she had the opportunity. She came with a friend who did not call me and sat in the front row all the time. She had written me a six-page letter the week before the wedding, which literally called me the Antichrist and was / was convinced that she was a prophetess of God and that my husband and I should not marry because she had "prophesied" someone else to marry so he could become the next Billy Graham. Twelve years later, the marriage is still strong, but we have no contact with MIL. Big surprise.
– HepburnInConverses17. The smart lawyers. Laugh a lot. My friend's older brother is a lawyer. He married a lawyer. Most of her friends are lawyers. The official was a judge who was a friend of theirs.
He and his fiancee thought it would be fun to plant someone in the audience. They have a friend to call "I Object," to which the judge shouted, "Left!" It seemed to have gone well for most, but I do not think some of their family members understood it.
– suitology18. The Secret Baby Daddy My own, I suppose, I could say. She and I have been together since we were 13 years old.
I was overseas as a military entrepreneur. And when I returned, I asked her to marry me.
We have everything planned for a year.
On the wedding day, when asked if anyone had any objections, the man stood up. My wife told her to sit down and he announced enough to hear that he was with her all the time, including the time we were planning the wedding.
She then collapsed and confessed that the only reason she married me was because she had made her pregnant, and he was a bum where I at least had a job.
Left her, met a nice girl by work and now happily married. I see her sometimes, miserable as hell as he walks after her like a whipped puppy.
– Alleric 19. These wild, wild jokers I married in March. We had a Wild West wedding with antique pistols and a salon reception.
When that line was said (as was the plan), my man of honor stepped out of the line and raised an objection.
He was then shot on the spot by my husband (unloaded antique pistol so that it made only a loud noise).
My new brother-in-law moved him to the side where he stayed for the rest of the ceremony.
There's a great photograph of us at the front with me clutching my pearls while my husband stands with six shooters in each hand and asks, "Anyone else ?!"
I really wonder how some of these spouses are doing today.