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Wedding crashers are REAL!

It's not just a movie, wedding crashers really exist. And we saw two girls show up to our friend's wedding reception who weren't invited. How do we know for sure?
  1. They clearly did not know the bride and groom because they walked past them several times without any interaction whatsoever.
  2. They stuck together, not talking to anyone else giggling the whole time.
  3. They kept looking over their shoulds (almost paranoid), especially when they tapped into the appetizers.
Here's what's funny though. Each guest was able to grab a pretty, brown box from the greeting table when they left. The two friends ran down the stairs to leave and one ran back up - she looked left, then right and grabbed a brown box and ran down the stairs laughing. We were laughing because what she didn't realize is that inside the brown box was a framed picture of the bride and groom - that they don't even know!!! That's their karma for crashing a wedding. Photo credit JEDM via Flickr


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