Everybody is a comedian these days, and the internet has given them a stage. Maybe the best example is Amazon.com. It's very simple: anybody can write a review, on any product, whether they have bought it or not. So it's just a matter of finding a baffling/ridiculous/useless product and watching the internet's sarcasm run wild.
When it comes to marriage, some lucky folks manage to land somebody way out of their league, though that's pretty rare. Rarer still is the small group who get to marry someone way out of their league, and just completely take it for granted.
It's just a big stupid gimmick, right? If they're going to try to charge you up to $20 a ticket, you better damn well be getting something amazing out of it. But instead all you get is a big headache and something occasionally jumping out of the screen at you. Right? Actually, there are ways to use 3D to actually make movies better.
Try mentioning any of the below things to a large group of people -- or just try not hiding any of these things from a large group of people -- and you will have so much condescending advice on your hands that you could, I don't know, build a really annoying house out of it.