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I don't laugh very often. Thanks for reminding what a laugh is Andrew.
I might employ these tips if I ever get coerced into doing another wedding.
Last edited by Lance B; 11-10-2014 at 3:23pm.
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I'm going to try that at my next wedding!
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Funny, will have to try that set at the next gig
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Very funny. Good to have a laugh late on a Monday night!
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