We're just left with the thought that she never should have kissed that hairy bear creature.
It's an historic day in Washington D.C. and all across the nation, as the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of a decision that makes gay marriage legal everywhere. From the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City, UT to the superchurches in Texas, gay marriage is now the law of the land everywhere, whether opposing factions like it or not.
"I just want to crack her little petite body like a chicken bone."
That's not something that is said at the majority of weddings.
So, the Supreme Court of the United States essentially legalized gay marriage today for all 50 states and it's a wonderful thing.
There's been a lot of rejoicing, which is great. There's also been a lot of brands rejoincing, which can be a little weird.
It's lovely to see them make an effort to share in this civil rights victory, but it also can seem a tiny bit pandering and strange. In the end, they are still businesses trying to sell you something, right?
Just last week, McDonalds unveiled their 'hip' and 'fresh' take on a new Hamburglar. Then McDonalds gave a glimpse at how it plans to use him May 12.
Who do you think comes out worse here, McDonalds or marriage?