OMG I'm getting married! Bride takes out her phone and starts texting as she walks down the aisle (after hiding it down her dress)
By Mike O'brien
Last updated at 7:02 AM on 31st October 2011
It's the bride's big day and she wants everyone to know about it, but texting during the service may be taking things just a little too far.
Here the bride is walked down the aisle by her father and a preacher begins the service.
Standing with her father directly in front of the preacher, she suddenly puts her hand down her chest and pulls out her cellphone.
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OMG...you know you have a problem when you are addicted to the texting....
So much for living in the 'now'. I think that to some people, unfortunately, that real life is texting, tweeting or FB!
Leave her alone!!! She had to read it... it was an incoming text from the groom...
"OMG.. I just realized what I was about to do...listen this isn't going to work... it's me, not you... anyways, I gotta go wash my hair.. or take out the dog... or something like that... take it easy.. later"
oh Greek One!that probably should have happened..haha
just who is she texting?
isn't everyone that matters in her life already at the wedding?
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