It's by a company called “Joy,” because it takes the pain out of writing vows for someone you love (or at least think you do).
“Someone hacked our account and STOLE ALL OUR WEDDING GIFT MONEY!”
As the couple disrupts India’s most sacred contract, they’ve been asked if they also plan to make babies on the blockchain.
“The bride wanted to create a tropical rainforest inside a banquet hall, so they imported exotic butterflies and birds from some European country. Except, these birds then began pooping all over the indoor venue.”
The former princess said she was “thankful” after giving up her royal status to marry her commoner boyfriend.
“If someone does not want to marry me solely because of the fact that I don’t have hair on my head, why would I ever want to marry that person?”
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Healthcare workers in a long-distance relationship, the couple watched the show whenever they reunited.
After losing her job in the lockdown, the woman became part of a marriage racket.
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The groom died just two days after the ceremony in the east state of Bihar.