Best Wedding Entrance Video Ever (Sequel)

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Best Wedding Entrance Video Ever (Sequel)

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Remember that wedding entrance video that was posted here a couple of weeks ago? You know, where the entire wedding party danced down the aisle? Well, here's the sequel.


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I LOVED IT !!! I can see a whole new trend here. Hmmmm.....I'm wondering how my church could do that when we perform our Christmas cantata ??????
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That can’t be real. Why would the woman wear a wedding dress to her divorce hearing? And do people actually go watch a divorce hearing?

The cops dancing were funny and the beav shot of the girls in skirts was great!!

Next time I go to fight a traffic ticket I might dance on into court.

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rich_big wrote:That can’t be real. Why would the woman wear a wedding dress to her divorce hearing? And do people actually go watch a divorce hearing?

The cops dancing were funny and the beav shot of the girls in skirts was great!!

Next time I go to fight a traffic ticket I might dance on into court.
Uhh.....it said right up front it was a parody of the wedding entrance.
In other words, it was a set-up.

As for divorce/annulment ceremonies, I always liked the "unwedding" ceremony between Dr. Winchester and his Tokyo fling on "M*A*S*H", with B.J. presiding:
"By the powers vested in me by the state of inebriation, I pronounce you un-husband and un-wife. You may now ignore the bride."
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