| The engagement announcement is made and in a nano second, you are bombarded with Ushoods. What's a Ushood, you ask, it's an unsolicited, well intentioned, sometimes ridiculous and irritating bit of advice from everyone who thinks they are an expert on weddings, events, dresses, etc. Ushood do this, Ushood do that, oh and Ushood call this person/company, because...(the why doesn't matter). |
Ushood originated from two words, you should. It morphed into to one, which gives the Ushooder room for more Dogooder.
Now, I know you are thinking, Ushoooders are everywhere, their advice extends beyond weddings and it's not all bad. Listen, "Let's Get Married!" is based in Ushoodium, and I know you love it.
The Ushooder really can't be stopped, even though you want to say, "Ushood Shut Up!", this is usually not effective. The best way to deal with them is to say thank you, do your research and then move on.
So I say this with love, Ushood read ahead for great advice. Enjoy!
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How Do I Plan The Perfect Wedding
Here's an event where you'll get alot of good Ushood advice.
This seminar will take you from Yes to I Do and everything in between.
Come and learn some helpful tips to make your wedding vision a reality.
March 31, 2008
6:30 p.m.- 8:00pm
138th Street (Convent Avenue)
New York, NY.
More Info: 516-616-5053
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