A pirate themed wedding complete with a duct tape-broccoli bouquet accented with tootsie roll suckers. Broccoli is packed with vitamin C, perfect for fighting off scurrrrvy!
IT NEVER STAYS IN VEGAS It ends up on your wife's blood test 4 months later, is listed in your divorce papers, and then you end up forever alone. Spending 12 hours a day making stupid demotivational posters
Kopimism, a Swedish church that holds internet file-sharing sacred, held its first marriage ceremony in Serbia.
The couple—a Romanian woman and an Italian man—were married late last month at Belgrade's SHARE conference, a three day festival celebrating new Internet and media developments. The presiding priest, or Kopimistic "Op" wore a Guy Fawkes mask as a computer read vows and some of Kopimism's central beliefs aloud. "We are here to announce a new pair of noble peers. Copying of information is simply right. Dissemination of information is ethically right. Copying and remixing information communicated by another person is seen as an act of respect," it said. "Do you want to share your love, your knowledge, and your feelings with [the bride] as long as that information exists?"
If this marriage is peer-to-peer, does this make BitTorrent a form of polygamy?
Rodney Conradi married his sweetheart Lynsie in Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital on February 16th of this year. The pair met while undergoing cancer treatment at the Ronald McDonald House in 2010. Rodney passed away from Ewing's sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, on March 24th at the age of 21. But in the words of his father, "cancer couldn't stop a wedding."
You can read more about Rodney and Lynsie here.