The two men are decided to be christened, like this, they will change their real names (Jack and Algernon, in that moment) to Ernest, their wifes favorite name for an "earnest" man like them. But, finally, they aren't christened by Chasuble, because, Lady Bracknell comes back and Jack doesn't thing that a christening would be the practical value for either of them. True? Someone can explain what means " the practical value"?
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Answered by Aslan
Now that they are not getting married anymore, Jack says the christening is pointless or of “no practical value.”