Welcome on board Gbemi

Sunday, 17 April 2011


Hello All,
This is my first posting on Molara’s blog, thank you darling for having me. The plan is not diss people, the plan is to discuss and share rants. “Gbemi’s Rant” is a combination of reality and infotainment. Each posting I will share my rants (things that make me want to scream) and the ones you email to me, entertain and inform the general public on various key issues and ideas that are connected to weddings and wedding planning.


My very fist rant is one that just kills me, I talk about it all the time and people close to me know how I feel about it. Okay people, what is up with you grooms and brides that can not tell your groom(s) that WEARING SUNGLASSES ON YOUR SPECIAL DAY IS JUST RAZZ (local)not cool. It is understandable if the bridal photo shoot is outside and he is with his groomsmen. if your glasses are recommended/tinted thats acceptable but akomended no.

 But sitting on the high table, cutting your wedding cake, during your engagement ceremony, wedding ceremony in church and most annoying while taking intimate bridal portraits. VERY VERY VERY VERY RAZZ, so if you never knew, now you do!!!! Talk to me y’all – your thots


Anonymous,  17 April 2011 at 13:04  

yay, you are so cool and so right. i think it is so disrespectful. how does a bride prove thats her man behind the glasses. i look forward to reading more from you . welcome

Anonymous,  17 April 2011 at 13:05  

ha hahahahahahahaha you are so correct, maybe the groom is drunk. some brides do it too.

Titi Badmus

Anonymous,  17 April 2011 at 13:06  

Well i kind of disagree because it could also be a style thing. if i want a cool stylish wedding, why not sunglasses


Anonymous,  17 April 2011 at 13:07  

@Ify I think if your D'banj, Banky W etc (stars) you will be allowed as it is part of your costume lolllll. Gbemi am I right

bukky 17 April 2011 at 13:08  

more more more more

Anonymous,  17 April 2011 at 13:09  

lollllllll, nice

prettygorgeous 17 April 2011 at 13:28  

Sooo wrong...more shocking when coupled with white fingerless gloves. Makes me cringe.

Beniberry,  18 April 2011 at 05:23  

I have always hated sunglasses being worn indoors or worse AT NIGHT!!!! I totally agree with you as per the groom too, it's so not cool. I mean who's he hiding from? His ex?

Memi 18 April 2011 at 06:01  

HAHAHHAHAHA!!! AWW man! I completely and totally agree!! HOw can you have a romantic moment with your new wife when you are wearing shades and she cant even see your eyes! LOL! I agree shades are a NO-NO!

Femi,  19 April 2011 at 13:39  

finally,some flesh to this bony structure. Welcome Gbemii and looking forward to fresher rants.

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