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RE: The proposal - 20/8/2010 12:35:24 AM   
adambatman82

 

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Hey guys, just dropped by to let everyone know the the wedding went amazingly today. Everything was perfect. I'll post pics when we return from our Honeymoon next week!

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RE: The proposal - 20/8/2010 12:36:46 AM   
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Begs the question of just how well it went, if you're posting on an internet forum at half past midnight... I mean, shouldn't you, be, ahh, consummating the marriage?

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RE: The proposal - 20/8/2010 12:49:29 AM   
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RE: The proposal - 20/8/2010 12:16:39 PM   
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quote:

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Begs the question of just how well it went, if you're posting on an internet forum at half past midnight... I mean, shouldn't you, be, ahh, consummating the marriage?




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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 23/8/2010 4:09:45 PM   
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Mrs B was resting/healing after the consumation.

Back fromthe honeymoon now. Had an amazing time.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 23/8/2010 5:14:47 PM   
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Good to hear man. Nice one and congrats.

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RE: The proposal - 23/8/2010 7:36:38 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: homersimpson_esq

Begs the question of just how well it went, if you're posting on an internet forum at half past midnight... I mean, shouldn't you, be, ahh, consummating the marriage?


If they finished at 12.00 I'd say that's about right.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 1/9/2010 5:08:51 PM   
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Finally managed to sort the internet out in the new flat, so heres a picture of my wife and I. She looks great, I look like a little boy playing dress up. -


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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 1/9/2010 7:37:39 PM   
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Awe you both look great. She's stunning and you remind me ever so slightly of Mark Gatis.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 1/9/2010 9:26:44 PM   
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congrats mate!

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 3/9/2010 9:54:05 AM   
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Big congratulations to both of you. Nice picture as well Adam.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 5/10/2010 1:05:50 PM   
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I need a cheap but lovely venue in London, any ideas guys???

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 5/10/2010 2:39:15 PM   
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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 5/10/2010 4:00:09 PM   
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12 weeks to go.



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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 8/10/2010 2:55:59 PM   
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One email response away from setting a date!

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 31/12/2010 4:27:28 PM   
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Tomorrow.



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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 31/12/2010 5:04:14 PM   
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quote:

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Tomorrow.




Ooh, good luck! How are you feeling?

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 14/1/2011 9:24:51 PM   
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I just booked my wedding today!! 30th June next year so for the next 18 months its going to be wedding talk. Only been engaged for 7 years...no point in rushing these things.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 16/1/2011 8:02:24 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jcthefirst

Tomorrow.




Has he been back on Empire since this post?

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 16/1/2011 8:06:40 PM   
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Maybe he got cold feet at the altar and she killed him.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 17/1/2011 8:00:56 AM   
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I just looked at his last post history. That was his last post. I hope its not his LAST post.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 19/1/2011 11:18:50 PM   
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quote:

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Maybe he got cold feet at the altar and she killed him.


Nope. Well, not yet.

Just back from honeymoon today. Great time, and a great wedding day.



Slightly manic smile from the bride there. But after a day on constant smiling, you had to try really hard.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 20/1/2011 1:23:04 AM   
adambatman82

 

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Congratulations, you both look aces. Did everything go to plan?

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 20/1/2011 11:39:36 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: adambatman82

Did everything go to plan?





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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 20/1/2011 12:05:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: adambatman82

Congratulations, you both look aces. Did everything go to plan?


Yeah, everything went great.

Long day and I was shattered by the end, but all was good. Speech went down a treat as well.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 20/1/2011 6:21:44 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


quote:

ORIGINAL: adambatman82

Congratulations, you both look aces. Did everything go to plan?


Yeah, everything went great.

Long day and I was shattered by the end, but all was good. Speech went down a treat as well.


Is that code for pissed out of your head?

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 23/2/2011 4:47:36 PM   
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Mr JV proposed to me last night. We had discussed marriage a few months ago and decided we would at least get engaged this year. The plan had been to get engaged when we go on holiday to Venice in September, but Mr JV told me he just couldn't wait that long so he popped the question last night. 

When we discussed it before, I had wanted to take the pressure off him by making sure he knew I would say yes but he was still a bundle of nerves (bless) so he asked me in the restaurant we went to last night before the food arrived as otherwise, he said, he would have been too nervous to eat (and it was 16-ish for a main course where we were so he didn't exactly want it to go to waste ).

Anyway, yesterday was Mr JV's birthday so we took the day off work and went to London for the day since he loves the place. We had booked a table at Albannach on Trafalgar Square for dinner, never having been there. He knows I don't like any fanfare so there was no bended knee, no ring hiding in a cake (thank god). Instead, just after we had ordered he said there was one more thing he'd like to ask of me, and then he pulled out a ring box and asked me to marry me. There was no ring in the box () because, well, he's not a mind-reader and I don't wear rings so it's not like he could have spirited a ring off to a jewellers and bought me one. In the box though was a note which said "[insert real name here], will you marry me? xxx :)" which I thought was adorable. He went on to tell me all the reasons he wants to marry me, that I've changed his life (for the better, by the sounds of things), and that he doesn't want to be without me. I tell ya, even though I had known he was going to ask me at some point, I was blubbing my heart out.

And that's basically it. We had a wonderful meal, very special (I had monkfish for my main course - I've never had anything that fancy before!! it was delicious too). He asked if I would like us to have a glass of champagne or wine and I said that we should celebrate the way we wanted to, not just how tradition dictates, so we celebrated with a pint of Amstel. Afterwards we went out into Trafalgar Square where he rang my dad to ask for his blessing, then we rang all our relatives and texted people as we made our way back to St Pancras for the train back to Nottingham.

Quite frankly, it was very romantic, to me anyway. This morning we have been shopping for an engagement ring and have ordered one which should be with me in the next week or two. We have not set a date yet for the wedding but we have an idea of when we'd like it - well, we have the month, but not the year, or venue. It's not going to be a traditional wedding and we already have some ideas of what we'd like.

Oh and to anyone who still hasn't clicked... I am a chick, not a bloke.


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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 23/2/2011 4:50:59 PM   
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Congrats JV! I'm getting married in less than 2 weeks. WTF.

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 24/2/2011 12:48:09 PM   
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quote:

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Mr JV proposed to me last night. We had discussed marriage a few months ago and decided we would at least get engaged this year. The plan had been to get engaged when we go on holiday to Venice in September, but Mr JV told me he just couldn't wait that long so he popped the question last night. 

When we discussed it before, I had wanted to take the pressure off him by making sure he knew I would say yes but he was still a bundle of nerves (bless) so he asked me in the restaurant we went to last night before the food arrived as otherwise, he said, he would have been too nervous to eat (and it was 16-ish for a main course where we were so he didn't exactly want it to go to waste ).

Anyway, yesterday was Mr JV's birthday so we took the day off work and went to London for the day since he loves the place. We had booked a table at Albannach on Trafalgar Square for dinner, never having been there. He knows I don't like any fanfare so there was no bended knee, no ring hiding in a cake (thank god). Instead, just after we had ordered he said there was one more thing he'd like to ask of me, and then he pulled out a ring box and asked me to marry me. There was no ring in the box () because, well, he's not a mind-reader and I don't wear rings so it's not like he could have spirited a ring off to a jewellers and bought me one. In the box though was a note which said "[insert real name here], will you marry me? xxx :)" which I thought was adorable. He went on to tell me all the reasons he wants to marry me, that I've changed his life (for the better, by the sounds of things), and that he doesn't want to be without me. I tell ya, even though I had known he was going to ask me at some point, I was blubbing my heart out.

And that's basically it. We had a wonderful meal, very special (I had monkfish for my main course - I've never had anything that fancy before!! it was delicious too). He asked if I would like us to have a glass of champagne or wine and I said that we should celebrate the way we wanted to, not just how tradition dictates, so we celebrated with a pint of Amstel. Afterwards we went out into Trafalgar Square where he rang my dad to ask for his blessing, then we rang all our relatives and texted people as we made our way back to St Pancras for the train back to Nottingham.

Quite frankly, it was very romantic, to me anyway. This morning we have been shopping for an engagement ring and have ordered one which should be with me in the next week or two. We have not set a date yet for the wedding but we have an idea of when we'd like it - well, we have the month, but not the year, or venue. It's not going to be a traditional wedding and we already have some ideas of what we'd like.

Oh and to anyone who still hasn't clicked... I am a chick, not a bloke.



Yay for Mr JV (and JV too)!

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RE: The proposal & marriage thread - 24/2/2011 2:12:42 PM   
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quote:

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There was no ring in the box () because, well, he's not a mind-reader and I don't wear rings so it's not like he could have spirited a ring off to a jewellers and bought me one. In the box though was a note which said "[insert real name here], will you marry me? xxx :)" which I thought was adorable.


Sounds quite similar to my proposal to the better half. On the morning of our second year anniversary we were lying in bed opening our cards. In mine to her, I had drawn a picture of a ring, with the legend "until I can get a real ring, I hope this will do". I'm not really much of a romantic, so I was quite proud of that

Incidentally JV, if your dad had not given his permission to mr, would he then have had to retract the proposal?
(congratulations by the way!)

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