Bigotry is abound, apprently, within these boards. There is a level of supposed tolerance I will have no part of. Obviously, it seems to be well-embraced here. I have finally found something more fucked up than what I'm used to. Congrats. - Ruby
Here are some simple guidelines you might try (and who knows if they'll work?) to experience a fulfilling marriage: Love each other. Do not stop doing this. Ever. If you stop, um, start again. Take time to be together. Is something preventing this? KILL IT. Respect each other. Love alone is not sufficient. Listen to each other. Now and forever, you are both teacher and student. Support each other. Stand back-to-back during melees. I urge you - I challenge you - I DOUBLE DOG DARE you - to do these things, and do them well.
Considering that a wedding is about them and not you, I'd say very, very little.
A friend of mine has asked me to officiate their wedding and since they know I'm a Pope they said I could incorporate Discordianism. What do people think would be in a Discordian Wedding?
Quote from: Danjanon on February 07, 2012, 02:04:52 pmA friend of mine has asked me to officiate their wedding and since they know I'm a Pope they said I could incorporate Discordianism. What do people think would be in a Discordian Wedding?A very, very disappointed bride.
If Luna was a furry, she'd sex humans and scream "BEASTIALITY!" at the top of her lungs at inopportune times.
I like the Luna one. She is a good one.
"Stop talking to yourself. You don't like you any better than anyone else who knows you."
I really love the "double dog dare" component in that ceremony. If I ever marry again I want something like that in mine.Danjanon, I have performed officiated three weddings so far, and I would say that your best bet is to keep any Discordian touches on the zen side and stay away from the pinealist side.
Discordian wedding story: http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,31574.0.html