Discussion in 'Big Brother House' started by deltron_zero, Jun 24, 2002.
Okay, I don't have sound on this computer, but go to [link=http://lambstar.net/live/#]this page[/link] then scroll down till you see Gorecki on a green bar and click that.
It's a haunting little thing. A bit trippy. Let's use it.
Let's have them live at the ceremony.
The people that expect Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" or "Love Is All Around You" by Wet Wet Wet, will be politely requested to get the hell out.
I like it.
About 3 minutes into the song when the beat starts to kick in - that's one of those forever moments.
What about location? I say - on a beach and you can't wear shoes. We make everyone take theirs off and everyone has to be bare foot.
Agreed. Barefoot and on the beach it is.
We could send out invitations with Barefoot On The Beach Festival, Featuring Lamb. Then after the guests have arrived, we'll say we'll marry.
That way we'll be sure no one is going to buy us napkins and cutlery.
Anybody bringing napkins or cutlery will be forced to join those who thought we'd be playing "I will always love you."
Do we get married under the stars? Or in the sunshine?
These were sent to me by JP. And I must say, I like what I see.
The darker corners could come in handy, too: that's where the Whitney and cutlery people will have to stay for as long as the ceremony lasts.
I wonder if JP is registered as a marriage celebrant?
Or, since he's doing such a good job with the organising, he could be the ... wedding planner.
He looks a bit like J-Lo, doesn't he?
Now that you mention it... He does. So he is not going to sing during our wedding.
It's funny this game should end with us getting married. A fitting ending. I'll only have to dedicate some heart-felt words to Tom during a quiet moment, and we'll have beaten Hollywood at its own game.
You're going to need a Best Man as well. Someone to escort my Maid of Honour - Meg.
That's true. I think I'll pick JP. I have a wonderful picture of him dressed up as Lando Calrissian during some drunken student party, and our wedding wouldn't be complete without that.
Am I forgetting something? I have the feeling I am.
Ah, one ring to rule them all.
A few teary speeches, some congratulations... and then it's the honeymoon!
Then it is indeed.
Where do we go? Completely indifferent to and oblivious of the surroundings we'll have, I'll let you pick.
Maybe JP can help out. Something on the South Island perhaps? Lots of mountains and snow and fireplaces and bearskin rugs?
JP has gone out to lunch.
But that sounds good. Let's hope they don't have any active volcanoes there 'cos things might start to erupt.
I'd suggest borrowing this from Torrance's Room:
I was just going to do that! I've got that thread open in another window and had just copied it.
(I'll spare you the handkerchief joke, though.)
LOL! Yeah, I would hope so!
So where are we going to live afterwards? A castle by the sea?
That sounds like a dream.
We could buy a romantic Irish castle near the sea, and hold hands while admiring the sunset.
(And they have good beer).
That would be perfect! A quick trip over to England to see some football as well.
Did you know we're 5 posts away from having 15,000 posts for this forum?
Whoa. I didn't know.
4 posts away.
What shall we do to make it special?
Well usually a moment like this would require a party, but since there's only 2 of us, I'd suggest a quiet moment of reflection... and a tiny bit of a party.
It's strange to think that after three quite intense months, we're the only two who survived it all. Like knights on a battlefield.
Here's to you, K.
And to you too. It has been an absolute pleasure to get to know you.
Likewise. I wouldn't want to have missed it for the world, Kerryn.
And they lived happily ever after in their Irish castle by the sea -- and who could blame them?