Chapter 15: The Walk of Shame
Hmm unfortunatley (hope my mother doesn't read this) but this did happen to me. Although I did know whose house I stayed at, and I could remember all that had happened the night before.
It was very innocent. I had gone to a bar with some of the people I met at the wedding, and it was over the other side of town. I stayed at the house of one of the groomsmen, and nothing happened. The next morning I had to get back to my hotel and he only had a motorbike, which was a no no with my big bridesmaid dress.
After failing to get a taxi, he called my hotel for taxi recommendations only to find they had a free shuttle bus which would come pick me up. So an old man from the hotel came and got me, in my bridesmaid dress. Now if that wasn't embarrassing enough, i then got out of the lift of the hotel and bumped into the family of my friend the bride. The ten year old daughter was all excited to see the English girl, and thought it was perfectly normal for me to be still in my dress. The looks of the pare
Chapter 14: Two birds, One Stone
Now this chapter is almost entirely fiction. I've never been in a situation like Millie, how horrendous would have it have been to hear that from Barbara.
Although, I have been known to be the queen of cheesy formation dancing. The Electric Slide has luckily never made it over the pond to England. Although the Mac
Now the garter tradition is an absolute true ritual of American Weddings and is not for the faint hearted. I am super glad that this is not an English tradition, as I don't fancy that next year when I get married.
I've never caught a bouquet either, and have always, alway
Fact or Fiction?
Here is an insight into the writing of each chapter, and you'll get to find out whether there is truth in the fiction.