I'm kind of partial to 10/03/81!
10/03/50 would have fit the pattern better. :) Then you could be celebrating your 56th wedding anniversary this year! But then of course you would have to be a whole ton of a lot older then you are, so I guess your wedding date is good for you. 10/10/10 is another cool day, but if you are going to wait for 10/10/10, why not just wait another year and wait for ultimate COOLNESS!!! I mean, you only get married once, why not make the date really super cool?!?
Or 8/1/81 that would have been really neat!!!
You would be 25 if you waited until 11-11-11 Hmm. I would be 21. I do like it. 8/1/81 is pretty snazzy too. However, that really is too long to wait.
haha, yeah, if you are going to wait that long, better just wait for 8/8/88 because that would be really awesome. The 81 date was actually for Mrs. Peipon's wedding. I think they should have gotten married two months earlier. :) Haha.
I like the 7th of June in 2008. 06/07/08. but I don't want to get married in June. I really don't want to get married in the summer. A fall wedding is really pretty ( I think).
And another thing, I hate even numbers... I really would like to get married in an odd year instead of an even year. I love odd numbers. They are so much prettier then even numbers... haha. Okay, I'll stop posting on my own blog now.
hope you're married before 11/11/11;-)
Sorry. I'm not going to wait until 8-8-88. (:08-08-08 is closer. And upside down it would be 80-80-80if you're partial to 8s.Or go with 09-09-09. and it would be 60 60 60 upside down.OR. no. that's it. for now.
I really like the 09/09/09 because I LOVE ODD NUMBERS!!
:-) Ben and I were going to get married on 07-07-07(I thought that was the prettiest ever. . also because 7 is one of the best numbers!)But, now, numbers don't seem so important.i am just glad I'm marrying ben!!! (yessssss!!)
So sweet, Linnea. :)09-09-09 is astetically pleasing, even if I don't know how to spell it.By the way, this is the 12th comment, couldn't seem to leave it at 11 because that would have been too good to be true!
Is a 13th comment "unlucky" or do we like the # 13? (Notice there is no 13/13/13 in the calendar)I like 1/11/84-the 84 screws it up but hey, it's what we had to work with. This isn't a wedding but I like Greg's birthdate: 8/16/88(16 being a multiple of 8:-)Funny-this seems like a conversation that would be held in someplace,like China. Consult the stars and the wise men for an "auspicious day"And I'm NOT saying that the day doesn't matter)!
I feel like I've stumbled into that scene in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers where the women are dancing around in their petticoats and singing about being married in June.
Damien -- you DO make me laugh out loud!
I like 09 09 09 a lot too. 9 and 3 are my favorite single digit numbers.
I was thinking more about the barn-raising scene...(For those who don't know, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is rated PG for 'Epic Barn-Raising Scenes'...)
Speaking of numbers...Number Six is not a number!
number nine... number nine... number nine... number nine... number...
4 8 15 16 23 424 8 15 16 23 424 8 15 16 23 424 8 15 16 23 424 8 15 16 23 424 8 15 16 23 42
Faith, your blog broke all the comment records - this one is #22!!! Let's see how far we can go. My rate/stake/count in on 50 (didn't know which word from the dictionary fitted the best ;)By the way, Jamie and I got married on the 13th. We'll definitely celebrate it on a Friday one year :)) But we ARE the luckiest couple ever, I'd rather say 'a blessed one' instead though :)
Well, since I have posted other posts, people forget about how cool this one was and go on to post on the higher up posts. Haha. I think the 13th is a great day to get married. It is an odd number. :) I love odd numbers! It would be funny to celebrate on a Friday thought. I'd get a big kick out of that.
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