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Blonde hair frequency in the Americas by [deleted] in MapPorn
[–]irunfortshirts -3 points-2 points-1 points 1 day ago (0 children)
Real blonds or bottle blonds? There are a lot of bottle blonds in the south
Less than 48 hours until my first marathon! by ellenrae96 in xxfitness
[–]irunfortshirts 10 points11 points12 points 5 days ago (0 children)
Good luck! I ate an entire large pizza in a cold bath afterwards with no regrets! Get-er-dun!!!
[–]irunfortshirts 15 points16 points17 points 5 days ago (0 children)
Yes the last four miles are the worst!
My 14yr doge keeps escaping and could not figure out how..... by Sailorflonne in AnimalsBeingJerks
[–]irunfortshirts 1 point2 points3 points 7 days ago (0 children)
Where there is a will, there is a way!
Anyone else have to "come to terms" with changing your last name? by bellossomraptor in weddingplanning
I was searching for a comment that hit the closest to home. Good comment. Also in southern US. I'm hyphenating my first and middle name with maiden name as middle name, and his name as last name.
How to decide how many rooms to book at our hotels? by itsjustmegypsy in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 2 points3 points4 points 9 days ago (0 children)
When I looked at booking blocks of rooms, here are some things I found out:
1) It saved only 5%-10% on the cost of the room to block so it seemed like more work/stress than reward. I had to block out a lot of rooms (50 i want to say?) to get any more of a discount.
2) A lot of my guests have their preferred hotels they stay - mostly due to using credit card points to book hotel.
I ended up not booking blocks of rooms. I had a sheet with the wedding invitations "Information about your Invitation" where I listed the two hotels nearest the venue as suggestions (one is more expensive).
How should I decorate this last minute with no flowers? by MagicalAshh in weddingplanning
I thought this too - widely available at a lot of stores. Plus christmas is starting to show up in stores (*screams*) so should be easy to find patio lights.
Daily Discussion Chat - September 06, 2019 by AutoModerator in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 0 points1 point2 points 12 days ago (0 children)
i second your opinion and u/wedditlurk's opinion.
Depends on the weight of the dress and how long veil is. I went a wedding where this happened just to some of the petals, but she got up the front , her maid of honor fluffed her dress to make the train look perfect and the puff caused the petals to float up and it looks so magical.
Monthly Check In ... It's September, 2019 by AutoModerator in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 2 points3 points4 points 12 days ago (0 children)
Just saw a person the other day post about what is required for marriage license. OMG DO IT!
Me too. We meet with our venue 2 weeks before wedding to do final everything (they do the decorations, food, DJ, ceremony & reception). I'm terrified to walk into the meeting and be asked "do you have all this stuff done?" and just go into a stressed panic mode "ALL HANDS ON DECK!"
I love my rehearsal dinner jumpsuit! It’s a little glam considering we told the guests ‘smart casual’ wear would be fine, but I’m the bride so.... 🙌🏻 by Soon2bSavage in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 2 points3 points4 points 14 days ago (0 children)
Wedding regrets? by defbay in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 8 points9 points10 points 14 days ago (0 children)
Like other comments, spend money on a venue that does it all. My wedding will be at a location that has a lot of floral decorations, center pieces, signs, attention-to-detail, wedding coordinator, etc. I don't have to spend thousands of dollars to decorate with flowers that will be wasted. I don't have to worry about decorating 2 places - one for ceremony, one for reception.
Also, i am not spending lot of money on a "wedding" cake. I went to the local baker, ordered 3 different sizes & flavors of cakes. They are going to some basic fancy designs, and I'll do my own three-tier cake that way. You don't need to spend a thousand dollars on a cake.
Salem learned how to climb on the counters today 💜😭 by jacoblindner in kittens
[–]irunfortshirts 5 points6 points7 points 14 days ago (0 children)
If you don't want them on the counters, I highly recommend sssssssscats. Basically compressed air with a motion sensor that makes a ssssssss!! Noise and scares them off. They get to the point where they just see the thing and don't go near it 😂
TIP: Don’t delay at looking at your state’s marriage license requirements. by titsmcgee1987 in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 2 points3 points4 points 15 days ago (0 children)
The bedroom inside this (very large) house boat. Amsterdam, the Netherlands [1600x1067] by idealnewst in RoomPorn
[–]irunfortshirts 19 points20 points21 points 19 days ago (0 children)
Guys this is just the cat's room. Can you imagine what the master bedroom looks like?!
went to the aquarium and noticed this shark that never closed its mouth. is this normal? by meowjito in sharks
[–]irunfortshirts 17 points18 points19 points 19 days ago (0 children)
Definitely a mouth breather
What height if a jump is safe for a 2 month old kitten? I'm worried about her jumping off my bed. And any other tips for a new kitten dad :) by nate2772 in kittens
[–]irunfortshirts 14 points15 points16 points 20 days ago (0 children)
Ours learned to crawl up and down the comforter - spider kitty style
I bought a non-traditional dress last weekend and I’m in love with it by mollygr96 in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 0 points1 point2 points 20 days ago (0 children)
That dress looks great on you. Wow
Trying to avoid a three course meal, did you have a buffet instead? What was it like? by LunarLuxa in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 0 points1 point2 points 21 days ago (0 children)
What region? I'm in the south, but I've attended relatives weddings in midwest and northeast. The only seating chart was for the formal sit down dinner at a country-club, black-tie, wedding. But it's not like I attend all the weddings.
Dress anxiety? by hurricjayne in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts 1 point2 points3 points 21 days ago (0 children)
Yes it's completely normal because there is an overwhelming amount of styles and so much pressure to look perfect. The first thing I did was to stop looking at styles and start trying on dresses- the models are size 0 and 6' tall (I am not that).
Second thing was take a deep breath and set up an wedding dress appointment knowing that you are there just to try on dresses and not buy anything. Jitters thinking about the bridal store can be a good thing! It makes it more real!
Third, don't focus on what you like. I found it was much easier for me to narrow down what I DIDN'T like than what I liked. I would try on a dress and say "i love this, i hate that". This helps the person helping you pick dresses for you.
Also, you don't have to take a gaggle of gals with you. I found it to be much calmer experience with one or two of my low-key friends.
When the dress appointment starts, they'll bring you dress after dress. For each dress, you'll get a better and better feel for what you really like and what you absolutely do not like. You'll try on Dress 1, and that will be the default "dress to beat". The next several dresses will either beat the current dress to beat (meaning you like it better than the current dress to beat) or fail compared the previous dress. After I tried on all the dresses it the store, and I wasn't exactly excited the "dress to beat", I left empty handed, and the next weekend I went to next store knowing my top dresses at this store had these details in common.
6 dress stores later, I finally found the dress that I kept coming back to.
One step at time my friend! 1) deep breath 2) set up appointment. 3) deep breath. 4) once your at your appointment, take it one dress at a time.
I love the buffet option - multiple options of food to fit everyone's tastes, more-relaxed atmosphere, and no seating chart! Three-course meal is limited, too formal for our wedding style, and typically more expensive because servers are required and the food options are fancier. Our guests are not fancy folks -they like their unlimited fried catfish and bread pudding.
I'm doing the buffet option for my wedding. Our venue (same for wedding & reception) will put out appetizers and opens the bar (open bar for wine & beer) while we are taking post-ceremony pictures. Then we'll have the reception entrances, dances, and speeches. While guests are distracted with all this, the venue will switch from the appetizers to the entrees and sides. Cake will be later.
Our venue only has a buffet option at $42.50 a person - 3 appetizers, 4 entrees options, 3 cold sides, 3 hot sides and the beer/wine package.
He’s doing his best, don’t judge him by MrBonelessPizza24 in aww
[–]irunfortshirts 38 points39 points40 points 22 days ago (0 children)
bah-ding! Bah-ding! Level up! +10 for consecutive knock outs!
To open or not to open registry presents before wedding? by irunfortshirts in weddingplanning
[–]irunfortshirts[S] 5 points6 points7 points 22 days ago (0 children)
I wasn't sure just how old-school or out-dated that thinking was. It literally makes no sense to make waffles when my waffle maker is broken and the new one is RIGHT THERE.
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