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What a thoughtful wedding gift! Part of a horse!

July 24, 2008

Folks, we got a wedding to plan! Who’s giving away the bride? The proud father?

No, Salvatore’s in prison.

toto-couple-2-200.jpgHow about the bride’s Uncle Leoluca or her brother Gianni?

Prison.

Um, her brother Giuseppe?

Prison. No, wait! I think Giuseppe got out! HE can give her away!

Welcome to the tribulations of planning a wedding in Sicily for the daughter of a former “boss of bosses.” And it only gets worse.

Now, what town are they getting married in?

Corleone.

Corleone? You’re freakin’ kidding me, right? Why don’t you just shoot me now?

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toto-couple-360.jpgLucia Riina, daughter of the most feared Sicilian Mafia boss Salvatore “Toto” Riina, marries Vincenzo Bellomo in Corleone, Sicily, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer

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Comments

Wow… That’s… that’s quite a post… with jokes about getting shot and everything…. Was your being allowed to write this a favor you requested from her father on her wedding day?

 

Bandage – yeah…you’re not funny. At al.

Posted by Whitecup | Report as abusive
 

She’s a pretty lady, but the groom looks like he just graduated with honors from Mafioso University…

 

Whitecup – As Joe Pesci said in “Good Fellas”: “Am I here to amuse you?”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rW1oVdOxK ko&feature=related
YouTube – Goodfellas Peanuts: Funny, How?

 

You are a racist pig. This young women is not a criminal nor her husband, but because of their race, they are degraded and defamed and labeled criminals by yourself and other members of your race. This is virulent racist bigotry.

Posted by mike | Report as abusive
 

Who said anything about her or her husband being a criminal?

 

Rule number 1: Don’t comment anything…

Posted by marcello | Report as abusive
 

Rule number 2: Don’t forget that any sensible person would follow Rule number 1

 

Hey Mike – since when is “Sicilian” or even “Italian” a race? Time to go back to school for you?

 

Nice blog and good photos..thanks for posting this.

 

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