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Wedding Guns.

MSG Laigaie

Campaign Veteran
Joined
Jan 10, 2011
Messages
3,163
Location
Philipsburg, Montana
I attended my Brother-in-laws Wedding of his Daughter yesterday. It was a smallish ceremony, held at the brewery,here in Philipsburg. I, as usual, wore my Army Green suit, with pistol. My Sweet Baboo came over to me and said "Did you see all of your Nephews?". I had not seen them closely so I moseyed over to see them, as a group, turn and face me, all of them armed with well holstered pistols. I was proud of them all as was the bride, their sister.

Teach your children well.
 

Boomboy007

Regular Member
Joined
Mar 3, 2010
Messages
182
Location
Bellingham, WA, USA
MSG actually performed our wedding ceremony here in Bellingham, Washington. Let me just say that the family of my lovely wife, a Canadian citizen, had a family full of Canucks who were simply gobsmacked at all of the iron in the actual ceremony. From our armed "preacher man" (MSG his very own self), to my shotgun toting best "man" (my dear friend of decades Paula), it was a fairly well armed wedding party, all things considered.
 
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