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Brides Vs. Grooms: The Ultimate Showdown

Getting ready for their wedding will be more stressful for one of them.

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8:30 a.m.

Groom: Contemplates his last few hours as a single free man.

Bride: Begins to see herself in the mirror and realizes the wedding of her dreams is coming true. It's like a Disney princess movie.


10:04 a.m.

Groom: Eats cereal because he's just too lazy to cook this morning and would probably burn down the house.

Bride: Eats a yogurt because she know's she has to fit in her dress but still needs to eat something.


3:01 p.m.

Groom: Stops by the store on his way to the wedding to simply buy another white shirt.

Bride: Yells at her wedding planner for not having all the center pieces ready at reception and at the chef who doesn't have all the hors d'oeuvres ready.

3:15 p.m.

Groom: Shows up early to the church. Thinks about going to the bar and grabbing a beer.

Bride: Freaks out about Amy—her maid of honor—who is having food poisoning and is probably not going to the wedding.

4:00 p.m. Wedding Time!

Groom: He looks handsome and fretless—because everything went smoothly in his day.

Bride: She looks beautiful and flawless—like nothing ever happened despite all the things that went wrong in her day.

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