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FatHandedChap 10 1.3k England
12 Sep 2008 2:57PM
We've all been guilty of it, but I received a call from a chap this morning who was looking for a wedding photographer.

I said that I was terribly sorry, but I don't cover weddings.
He said "That's a shame, I need one for this afternoon!"

I wished him luck and hung up.

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ade_mcfade 12 15.2k 216 England
12 Sep 2008 3:04PM
....in that situation, I'd have given it a go Wink
Artois 10 405 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2008 3:23PM
Wow that is short notice. Maybe he had just asked her and it was a special license wedding. Awww how romantic if it was. I agree with Ade you should have gone for it.

Stella

PS if a certain person reads this post - note the romantic gesture lol!
BurntOut 10 321 2 England
12 Sep 2008 3:26PM

Quote:Maybe he had just asked her and it was a special license wedding


Or a shotgun one. Wink
FatHandedChap 10 1.3k England
12 Sep 2008 3:27PM
I was already busy this afternoon, but even if I had nothing to do I would have rather spent the afternoon sticking hot needles in my eyes. Besides, it's been raining all day. Wink
boony 9 978 3 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2008 3:28PM
ummm id have been smelling the old "think of a price then treble it" manouver there.
Artois 10 405 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2008 3:30PM
Hot needles into eye? LOL Some people need that sort of torture to get them to the aisle.
Stella
(OK "he who shall remain nameless" I won't resort to those lengths)

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