Monday, January 12, 2009

Definitions

A couple in the Midwest found that the courthouse was all booked up for their wedding. So, they chose to get married in a Taco Bell, spending about $200 all told for the ceremony and reception.

When they were asked why they chose, of all places, a Taco Bell, they said, and I quote, that they "had spent a lot of quality time there."

I'm thinking the newlyweds need the definition of 'quality' explained to them.

I'm just sayin'.

2 comments:

Cathy said...

Ah, come on, oh cynical goddess! It is not where you spend quality time, it is with whom you spend quality time!

Diana said...

Fair enough. I've had some great times with the DH in most unlikely places. But I still maintain that having your wedding with the prevailing smells being not orange blossom but hamburger grease and burrito toots is NOT quality time.