A No-Fault Wedding

 

Art by Everett Raymond Kinstler from the story “The Bridal Veil” in CINDERELLA LOVE #9, 1952.

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SCENE: A minister or preach is performing a wedding. A bride and groom are standing there.

MINISTER: And, if anyone objects, they...better shut the %$#@ up! And no bitchin’ online later either!

1952 Art: Everett Raymond Kinstler Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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2 Comments

  1. Considering the expression on the groom’s face, one has to wonder what happened in the original story.

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  2. “…except in this version, one of the ugly step sisters won.”

    “…except this is more like the original. Where there were a lot of toes cut off and some groping.”

    “…except of course that they’re both men.”

    “…and I should know! Being the face of the conjoined twin growing out of the groom’s shoulder, I saw the whole thing!”

    “…except in this version if she’s not home by midnight, her face turns back into a pumpkin.”

    “Oh wait. I’m getting my stories mixed up. His last name is House. She was going to blow him down…”

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