Though only one question is asked as you enter into it, there's a lot more surrounding whether marriage is a good idea.
One study says couples are happier when the woman is more attractive, but much sadder when the guy is the hot one. (It neglects to mention what happens when both individuals are convinced of their glorious beauty.)
Meanwhile author Jenny Block, in her book Open: Love, Sex, and Life in an Open Marriage, says an open marriage is definitely the way to go.
Of course, what nobody seems to be asking is whether or not it's a good idea to get married at a best-marijuana competition by a woman who makes infused products in her spare time. And the reason nobody's asking that? Um, well, probably because they weren't aware that shit goes on.
But it does! Just listen to Rob Tillery, co-organizer of the Best Meds competition.
"We’re looking for a red-card-carrying couple to get married at the Green Leaf Expo by TinctureBelle, the lady that makes TinctureBelle tinctures," Tillery says. "She’s already married her friends. Some friends were talking about getting married, and so she went and did what it took to become an ordained minister."
(Note: If clicking on the "Green Leaf Expo" link leads to to what looks like a page of code, just scroll down and you should find the homepage.)
And how many couples?
"We’re not really exactly sure. I’m pretty sure that we’re going to get more than one request, and we’re not sure if we want to do one or 40 weddings yet," Tillery says, laughing. "We’re going to provide the minister, the cake and a medicated honeymoon package."
Oh yeah, he said "medicated honeymoon package." The lucky couple(s) get "medicated rubs and lotions and lip balms" and more.
The expo happens at the Event Center at Rustic Hills on June 11 and 12 — a nice June wedding. So, whaddya waiting for?
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