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By Unknown
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Because it's never been done before, Chinese bride Li Kuo wore a 110-pound wedding dress with a 520-meter-long (1,700 feet) train to her wedding in Beijing. She chose the number 520 because the numbers 5-2-0 are pronounced the same as "I love you" in the local dialect.

Might be just me, but seeing these long wedding trains always calls to mind a yard freshly toilet-papered by the neighborhood kids. Which is just about the least romantic thing in existence...

Via: TGK Designs
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Without passing judgement, this dress beings to mind those handkerchiefs magicians pull out of their hats. Not judgin' just sayin'!

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By Keri
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This pic is from my wedding 5 years ago. My husband and I met doing medieval re-enacting, so of course we wanted a medieval wedding. It took me 7 months to make everything. I made the beaded trim for his cotehardie—all 8.5 feet of it. There is another 22 inches of beaded fringe on the end of his hat. My dress has 13,000-14,000 individual beads sewn onto the brocade. I also made my jewelry and hair combs. His hat is stuffed with fur from the dog.

By Unknown
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GEESE GETTING MARRIED!? My brain is full now. Good night! Oh wait, it's morning. :/

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My pessimistic nature tells me this is fake, but also tells me it could happen? Conflicting!