Yes, shredding is a fun part of any wedding. We always say, “It’s not the end of the world if everything gets messy, right?” We could have been a lot more clear about this, though. We are shredding for the wedding of the most important person in our lives.
Yes, we do have a bunch of random wedding stuff, and a lot of it is just a bunch of random stuff. But its not just random stuff. For example, we are shredding for the wedding of our good friend, Josh. There are so many random parts of our lives that go into that wedding, and we want to make sure they are all as meaningful as possible.
What’s a “shredding for the wedding”? Well, we’re shredding for the wedding of our very best friend, Josh. We’re shredding for the wedding of Josh’s girlfriend, Lauren, because Lauren is the most important person in our lives. And we are shredding for the wedding of the best friend and girlfriend, Ben, because Ben is the best person in our lives.
In the video for “Best Friend”, “Shredding for the Wedding” the song from “The Wedding” by The Beatles. Lauren and Ben’s wedding video.
This is also the video for the song shredding for the wedding because we are shredding for the wedding of our very best friend Ben. Shredding for the wedding.
When our friend Ben, that is, his very best friend, started shredding for the wedding, and all of us in the family went, “Ohhhh.” Because it’s a wedding and Josh and Lauren’s wedding is the closest thing to a funeral, so Josh and Lauren are the only people that we have on the best friends list who we really think of as family. It’s like they are the only people who have ever really known us.
We knew this was going to happen. A wedding and a wedding at the same time is always stressful, but a wedding after a funeral is even more so. The stress is compounded by the fact that we are not actually related by blood or marriage, so we can’t really do all the things that we can do when we are married. Even if we could, we still wouldn’t be doing them.
Wedding planning is just about the most stressful thing that a couple can do before they get married. This is because weddings are for a couple’s friends and family, and those people are always going to want to help, and the only way that they can ask for help is by being a part of the big decision.
Yes, you can technically, and legally, get married without actually having to shred. However, it can be a hassle and a burden to have to deal with all the paperwork and paperwork again if you want to keep your relationship going. It also makes wedding planning a lot less likely since there is no way to get help to any of the people who you are planning to marry.
Now that you know what to do, the best way to make that decision is to find a shredder and start shredding. To be honest, even I would probably ask that question. There are ways to make things more convenient for people, but there are also ways that it can be a hassle and a burden. You can go to a church that offers shredders and have a shred there in hopes that someone will be available to shred some of your stuff for you.