Interesting note on National Review’s The Corner about the new trend in vows.
No more “till death do us part,” as the article cited says. Instead, vows like “as long as love endures” or some such tripe is becoming more common.
“As long as I’m interested.”
“Until someone yells olly-olly-oxon-free” (or however you spell that)
“While I’m waiting for Daisy Duke, er, Jessica Simpson to divorce that boy-band bozo.”
Or, for John Hinckley wannabes: “Unless Jodie Foster notices me.”
“Till your hair comes in” (for back/ear/nose-hair haters)
“As long as we both love Big Brother.”
For crying out loud.