The celebrant noticed that the bride was in great distress so asked her what was wrong. She replied that she was nervous and afraid she would not remember what to do. The celebrant told her that she only needed to remember 3 things.

First the aisle, because that is what you'll be walking down.

Secondly, the alter because that is where you will arrive.

Finally, remember hymn because that is a type of song we will sing during the service.

While the bride was walking to the wedding march, family and friends of the groom were horrified to hear her repeating these 3 words for herself. . . Aisle, alter hymn (I'll alter him!)

courtesy of www.humorschack.com

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"I'll alter him". Good motto for a woman just getting married, that...

Awesome one, DjB!

Cheers,

- Joy Emotion: star

PS: the site is www.humorshack.com . You misspelt it.
Emotion: surprise sorry..Emotion: embarrassed

Thank you Joy!

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Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
You're welcome, Dj Emotion: big smile. Everyone makes mistakessometimes!

Cheers,

- Joy Emotion: star
Good one! But the right world is "altar" I think they changed just to be more funny.

altar
noun [C]
a type of table used in religious ceremonies

alter
verb [I/T]
to change (a characteristic), often slightly, or to cause this to happen
The coat was too long, so I took it back to the store to have it altered.

(from Cambridge Dictionary of American English )
Good one! But the right word is "altar". I think they changed just to be more funny.

alter

verb [I/T]
to change (a characteristic), often slightly, or to cause this to happen
The coat was too long, so I took it back to the store to have it altered.

altar

noun [C]
a type of table used in religious ceremonies

(from Cambridge Dictionary of American English )
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They still sound the same, right, Matress? So I think it'll work anyway. We just have to change the spelling on the first one.

Cheers,

- Joy Emotion: star