I forgot to say thet the majority of the people in my church would fall off their pews if the children came to church in those dresses on confirmation day. :)
I suppose the people in that area are used to it.
I did notice that the children didn't seem to know what was going on during the Mass and didn't seem to have rehearsed how to receive the bread and wine in their first Communion. Not a criticism - just an observation. They did seem to be really, really happy to be dressed so elaborately. :) I'll not tell you what I wore but jeans & sweatshirt come to mind :eek:
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02-02-2011, 12:42 PM #19
02-02-2011, 11:00 PM #20
We have a similar show in the US, My Big Redneck Wedding, it is so..., just so..., ..., but so freaking hilarious.
It's shown on CMT, Country Music Television, sometimes I'm up around 1am or 2am during weekends when it's shown and I just cannot stop watching
02-03-2011, 04:36 AM #21
I agree with everyones comments ...and yes it is addictive TV and a must watch every week.
I have found it fascinating and hilarious at the same time.
The lady with the dress shop has struck gold has't she! The weddings must cost a fortune...even if though they are so tacky
My niece is a primary school teacher in Surrey and has had traveller children in her school many times. Education is an issue as they dont settle for very long.
What I can't get my head round is why they all seem to be Irish?
02-03-2011, 09:50 AM #22
02-03-2011, 03:50 PM #23