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Mock Weddings
The growing phenomenon of mock weddings: the NY Times reports that across the country young people are throwing elaborate wedding ceremonies at which no one actually gets married. Apparently they figure that since they're probably not going to get married until they're much older, they might as well have the party now. As the Times puts it: "Across the nation, whether for artistic expression or just to have a good time, perhaps dozens of men and women in their late teens and early 20's have been putting on costly pseudo-weddings, complete with a ceremony, reception and festivities."
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Posted by The Curator on Sun Aug 25, 2002


I agree to the growing phenomenon of mock weddings. But it is very important that on every wedding, wedding speeches must be present.
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