Gay Wedding,help wanted!!

#1
The current Mrs Rodgers and I have been invited to a gay wedding,this is the first gay wedding in our family since Great Uncle Benjamin,missionary for the church of sinners,walked into a Bangkok lady boys knocking shop thinking it was the local Rotary club.
The problem we have is what do you buy a gay couple for a wedding present.
All ideas from the fount of all knowledge will be greatly appreciated. :roll:
 
#6
A 100 years ago I would have suggested two pistols on the mess table; one round in each.

Hovever, nowadays, I'm buggered if I know.
 
#13
There's no such thing in the UK as a gay wedding, it does not legally exist.
What we have is a civil partnership, a totally different thing.
You may not have any kind of ceremony, religious or otherwise, and unlikely a wedding it does not infer any kind of ownership.
It cannot be disolved for adultery which is seems only heterosexuals are capable of, only for reasons of inconsoleable breakdown.
It is not a wedding! Nor I hasten to add would very many people who take part in it want to be connected with what is a heterosexual affair.
 
#14
sussex2 said:
There's no such thing in the UK as a gay wedding, it does not legally exist.
What we have is a civil partnership, a totally different thing.
You may not have any kind of ceremony, religious or otherwise, and unlikely a wedding it does not infer any kind of ownership.
It cannot be disolved for adultery which is seems only heterosexuals are capable of, only for reasons of inconsoleable breakdown.
It is not a wedding! Nor I hasten to add would very many people who take part in it want to be connected with what is a heterosexual affair.
I have heard that they exchange rings, though :oops: :wink:
 
#15
BreathingOutOnTheWayUp said:
sussex2 said:
There's no such thing in the UK as a gay wedding, it does not legally exist.
What we have is a civil partnership, a totally different thing.
You may not have any kind of ceremony, religious or otherwise, and unlikely a wedding it does not infer any kind of ownership.
It cannot be disolved for adultery which is seems only heterosexuals are capable of, only for reasons of inconsoleable breakdown.
It is not a wedding! Nor I hasten to add would very many people who take part in it want to be connected with what is a heterosexual affair.
I have heard that they exchange rings, though :oops: :wink:
And pre marital too...have they NO shame.... :)
 
#17
sussex2 said:
It cannot be disolved for adultery which is seems only heterosexuals are capable of, only for reasons of inconsoleable breakdown.
Is inconsoleable breakdown a bit like irreconcilable breakdown? or is it where one starts crying and can’t stop?
 
#18
Passed-over_Loggie said:
sussex2 said:
It cannot be disolved for adultery which is seems only heterosexuals are capable of, only for reasons of inconsoleable breakdown.
Is inconsoleable breakdown a bit like irreconcilable breakdown? or is it where one starts crying and can’t stop?
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#19
Having had a Civil Partnership myself I can say that we had most of the things we needed that people seem to buy as "wedding" presents. So we said to our guests that IF they wanted to buy something (it was not mandatory), then gift vouchers for B&Q were OK (yes gay men do use power tools, and no double entendre is intended) :lol:
I'm surprised that they haven't opened a gift list or something similar. If the couple are anything like us, all they'll want is their guests to enjoy themselves, get pished and boogie the night away. enjoy!
 

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