So you know how they say men usually do the exact opposite of what you tell them? Or is that children they say that about? I guess sometimes there isn’t much difference.
Brett definitely falls into this category. I am not the type to tell him he “can’t” do something, but if I was he would probably laugh and run right along and do what I had said not to. This is where the cake in the face problem comes in. I DO NOT want cake in my face on my wedding day. I know everyone laughs and thinks it is cute when the bride and groom shove cake up each others' noses (they usually miss the mouth) but then I have cake on my face, which is no fun. I know it might sound vain but I just don’t want to muck up my makeup with frosting. And knowing Brett, who always spills a portion of dinner on himself it will get on him or worse on my dress!
However, I don’t want to tell him not to put cake in my face because the bigger deal I make of it the funnier he will think it is when he does it. But it is important to me (as stupid as this sounds I really don’t want cake shoved in my face one bit…not at all…zilch) and therefore I feel I should tell him. I guess at least I have a few months to mull this one over.
P.S. I will look as upset as the girl in the picture above if I do get dessert smeared on my face during the cake cutting. However, I think she is joking and I would not be.