The wedding was officially child-free but an exception was made for the bride's little sister, who is just a year older than her brother.
The rescuers then had to knock door-to-door in the local area to track down the missing pet's owners.
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The woman shared online that she was "sick" of her sister's constant talk about potentially being pregnant.
The woman was left in a neck brace for days after but said she was so happy she didn't even notice the pain.
"She's not the Ronald McDonald house, she doesn't have to be out there granting wishes," wrote one Redditor.
A daughter explained online that her mom had a long-running "beef" with the new wife and would joke about haunting her after death.
The barista revealed that often asking for "light ice" alone won't actually get you much less ice than normal. Instead, he said to use his trick.
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Shinobi loves nothing more than belly rubs and playing tug-o-war but until now, the "cuddle bug" had no luck and hardly any visitors for over 700 days.
The car is estimated to cost around $51,000, and the driver said they put a $13,000 down payment.
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The wife explained that staying married could mean losing everything to her husband's medical debts and so was advised to get a divorce.
The woman said she has never been a bridesmaid for anyone in her family as she doesn't have the "time, energy and money."
The Georgia woman captured the moment in a video that has since been viewed over 7 million times after attempting to film a house tour for her partner.
The driver was captured falling to the floor on a customer's porch by a Ring doorbell camera while making a delivery.
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The girlfriend of the brother said she accidentally received a message meant for the wedding photographer, claiming she ruined the color scheme.
The estimated cost of repairs is between $200 and $400 per family member, including the new girlfriend, despite her only visiting the cabin once.
The scene has been described as "like a movie" after the driver captured the moment he saved a stranger's big day in a video seen 400k times.
The new dog was hilariously able to blend into the masses of stuffed animals across the bed, duping even viewers online.
Laia spent each and every night sleeping outside their hotel room, waiting for them to appear again and attempting to protect them from other dogs.
He vowed that the pizza would make the employees "regret working here" in a video that has been seen over 300,000 times.
The bride shared that they are expecting 180 guests to attend the big day and it's too late to cancel without losing money.
Andy Bracco described the situation as "kind of embarrassing really," after he found himself trapped inside an Italian hotel.
"I wanted to share the emotions these gorgeous images brought out in me" astrophysicist Skylar Grayson, who was brought to tears, told Newsweek.
The wife shared that she had been contacted by the woman who provided evidence of their relationship for the past three years.
The boss explained in a popular post that her son attended the same school as the worker's daughter and claimed she is not ill.
Sophia Sciascia, who owns the Ring Doorbell, told Newsweek that the drunk young woman entered the wrong address into Uber but didn't realize until too late.
Bonnie the dog went missing without her collar, leaving her family worried sick. When she returned however she had one extra item: a rosette.