They're not a practicing member of that faith? I personally don't agree with it, I'm not religious myself and I couldn't really see myself standing there taking a vow to a god I simply don't believe exists, but people do it all the time. I might consider doing it if it makes my woman happy, even if it is massively hypocritical but at the end of the day, if I had a choice I wouldn't. What do you think?
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I think it's hysterical that folks do it, or feel the need for a church wedding when they've never been in a church. The MOST funny is my lying, cheating ex husband & his lying, cheating whore who married in a church recently. I was certain God would drop that roof on their heads. Both cheated, but she had cheated on her last 3 husbands, all with other married men! Obviously, vowing to God means nothing to either of them, so, yeah, what's the point?
Me? I'd only be married in the church, and only to someone who was a practicing member. But that's just me. To each him own. Dang...I guess that's it for us, sweetheart. :(1
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