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joe royal 10:10 Sun Nov 15
Wedding - free bar or pay bar?
Been invited to a wedding as a plus 1 on sat and because I am such a scruff I gotta buy new shirt tie and a pair of strides because I am no longer a 32' .

Looking at the invitation it said wedding at xyz church and reception at xyz pub in Chelmsford- then in capital letters was the words PAY BAR.

Is this a new thing? Admittedly I can prob count the amount of weddings I've been to one hand but they was always free food and booze.

Last one I was invited to (but didn't go to) was about 11 years ago in Ireland and that was a pay bar .

So is this a new thing?

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Nurse Ratched 7:16 Tue Nov 17
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"My MATE hired Upton Park back in 2006 for his wedding..."

*cringes*

Even a council estate chav like me recognises how vulgar that is.

Yarmouth 7:13 Tue Nov 17
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Pancho 6:03 Mon Nov 16
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Pancho - now that's class 😊

Yarmouth 7:10 Tue Nov 17
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Pancho - now that's class 😊

Northern Sold 12:15 Tue Nov 17
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2....and a half as me daughter left hers... I had quote a lot of liquor mind you

Trevor B 11:59 Tue Nov 17
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Fuck me Sold, how many pies DID you eat exactly???

Northern Sold 11:52 Tue Nov 17
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My MATE hired Upton Park back in 2006 for his wedding... over 500 people invited... Pie mash and Liquor for the meal and free bar all day and night.. along with teh honeymoon to Hawaii he's still paying it off... 9 years later

worm 11:45 Tue Nov 17
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A mate of mine spent a fortune on his wedding and honeymoon.
Wedding at some little church up in the Welsh Valleys.
Reception in Caerphilly Castle, honeymoon in the Seychelles, some secluded island only reachable by speedboat apparently.

He was divorced inside a year.

CHICKEN RUN MANIAC 12:40 Tue Nov 17
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I tend to get really pissed at weddings and then end up smashing some of the bridesmaids in the balloon knot; this usually takes place in the toilets, but the birds love it so much that the noise they makes draws a crowd of people who cheer me on.

Son of Anarchy 11:24 Mon Nov 16
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Good idea, stop the piss takers with jaeger bombs etc

Ludoooo 10:11 Mon Nov 16
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Spoke to my father in law to be and told him free bar but shots have to be paid for and I think he's agreeing to it

Schoffie 9:42 Mon Nov 16
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Should really at least put a grand behind the bar.. If u can't afford it then you really can't afford to get married in the first place.

Bom Stickle 9:34 Mon Nov 16
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My father in law had only one stipulation for my wedding and that was that no one would pay for a drink all night. We paid for everything else but it made for a great day as everyone was shitted.

Can't stand it when people pay a fortune for a big elaborate venue and cars but then expect you to pay for gifts and booze. Save your money on all that pretentious shit and let everyone have a good time.

Barmy Fred 9:27 Mon Nov 16
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Personally - If you invite someone to a wedding, it's the same as bringing someone into your home, free bar. My daughters wedding was a year ago and the free bar wasn't abused.

bruuuno 9:27 Mon Nov 16
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...Id got so pissed at the previous wedding that I'd forgot all about the £150

bruuuno 9:26 Mon Nov 16
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Jim C 9:22 Mon Nov 16
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Haha


I went to a mates wedding last summer and stuck £150 in my jacket pocket for the pissup. Got there and found it was a free bar which was happy fucking days. A few months back put my whistle on to go to another wedding, stuck my hand in the pocket to find 150 crisp English pounds sat in there from last year

Fivetide 9:25 Mon Nov 16
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Have. Why would it change have to gave? Why?

Fivetide 9:24 Mon Nov 16
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It depends on your friends, I think. If you gave the kind of friends who will abuse you hospitality, or not.

Jim C 9:22 Mon Nov 16
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A few years ago to save money (had our own wedding to pay towards) I drove to the evening reception of a wedding we went too. When I went to the bar and ordered my one beer for the night and the missus her Malibu and Coke, I got my wallet out and the barman said "it's a free bar tonight sir". I was not even able to leave the car there and get a cab home as it was needed the next day.

Fuming is not the word!

Russ of the BML 6:14 Mon Nov 16
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Pancho 6:03 Mon Nov 16

"One of them ended up fucking the bridesmaid (absolute sort) from behind in the toilet. And doing coke off her back. While his wife and her boyfriend were chatting in the hall."

Not sure if a free bar can be blamed for that. Seems to be other issues surfacing there.

Nurse Ratched 6:09 Mon Nov 16
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I like the idea of a wedding cake made of cheese. Maybe in addition to a cakey cake, for people who don't have a sweet tooth.

Pancho 6:03 Mon Nov 16
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My brother in laws mates took the piss with the free bar. One of them ended up fucking the bridesmaid (absolute sort) from behind in the toilet. And doing coke off her back. While his wife and her boyfriend were chatting in the hall.

Such a shame I was too young to enjoy that wedding.

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