I know "rain on your wedding day" isn't ironic. (Great lyric, though)
And I'm not sure why some people think it's good luck.
But if rain on your wedding day IS good luck, these two couples hit the jackpot!
They're off to a very soggy start!
I must admit, this song was one of the first things I thought about... though I was just thinking about "rain on your wedding day"--
This person took it a few steps further. Really like the "good advice" part!
How ironic if they had been playing @Alanis during the rescue— Rusty Sebastian (@UNCAlum83) August 14, 2018
✅Rain on your wedding day (obviously)
✅Free ride when you've already paid (courtesy of @BogotaPD )
✅Good advice that you just didn't take (#TurnAroundDontDrown)https://t.co/Lu1NxLeNpp
Rain can ruin wedding plans. Or you can just make the best of it.
A monsoon in the Philippines on your wedding day?
You take a boat to the wedding, and try not to say anything to your groom about the flip flops he's wearing!
"Rain on your wedding day is good luck" probably originated from a husband making it up to comfort his crying bride about the crappy weather.— UmAkAnTa SeNaPaTi (@Quirkalone) August 14, 2018