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waterproof wedding dress

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there's nothing quite as unstylish as a floor length wedding dress and yards and yards of white (virginal) train thats been dragged through a soggy westminster even if there are yards and yards of cute little bridesmaids attempting to hold it out of the puddles.

what a disaster if one of these cute kiddies or the bride herself slips on all this wet messy satin.

well it does rain in london quite often even on a royal wedding day, so lets produce a waterproof wedding dress and a head-dress with veil that acts as a fashionable guttering that cleanly carries all that water away from the bride.

just had a thought; rain, white wedding dresses and horses - don't lets even go there...

po, Apr 25 2011

"It's a nice day for a wet wedding" http://4.bp.blogspo...-wedding-photos.jpg
With apologies to Billy Idol [normzone, Apr 25 2011]

Not this http://www.cheap-ch...g-contest-2006.html
[hippo, Apr 27 2011]


       You are downright brilliant some days, po. +
blissmiss, Apr 25 2011

       Gore-Tex, I think the brand name is. Waterproof but allows water vapour (steam/gasseous water) to leave the body. I don't think we want Willy to be known as Wet Willy after the consummation of the vows.
4whom, Apr 25 2011

       I see it now, Kate walking down the aisle with steam all around her. The look on William's face would be unbelievable, I'd bet.
blissmiss, Apr 25 2011

       It should be white neoprene
hippo, Apr 26 2011

       This would also reduce food stains, such that Brautkleid bleibt Brautkleid und Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut.
spidermother, Apr 26 2011

       As Wossname approaches a puddle, some latter-day Walter Raleigh darts out of the crowd & throws his plastic mac across it -- then falls dead at her feet, riddled with bullets by the SAS snipers on the rooftops.
mouseposture, Apr 27 2011

       what a sad state of affairs [mouse]
po, Apr 27 2011

       White latex, with a seam right up the err... Middleton.
infidel, May 01 2011

       //Brautkleid bleibt Brautkleid und Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut.//   

       You see, here's the underlying problem. Very few other nationalities would even consider inventing a word like "Brautkleid" and, if they did, they would use to mean something like "industrial effluent" or "hernia".
MaxwellBuchanan, May 01 2011

       //Very few other nationalities would even consider inventing a word like "Brautkleid"//   

       The Germans do it so that other nationalities don't have to. Selfless, really.   

       (The reason ""brautkleid" doesn't mean "hernia" is that German has another, even better word for that.)
mouseposture, May 01 2011

       Yes, but "Leistenbruch" just sounds like the name of an industrial town.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 01 2011

       I was thinking of "eingeweidebruch."
mouseposture, May 01 2011


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