Imagine how you would react if you suddenly realize you still don’t have a date on an upcoming wedding you’ve been invited to attend. Would you panic? Would you immediately call one of your friends for help? Apparently, for this woman, the solution is to ask a stranger on Twitter!
Twitter user Llia Apostolou turned to the said social networking service when she recognized she didn’t have a date yet for her sister’s wedding. She posted on Twitter and, by some strange twist of fate, she and Phil Gibson, the stranger who responded, later ended up getting married to each other.
It all started with this single tweet.
It didn’t take long until one man – a total stranger – replied to her post.
And so the flirting began…
“It’s a date!” Or is it just a date?…
At this point, Llia got curious and asked this:
And then Phil had to say his grandma is already excited to meet her.
Get a room already, you two!
As funny and sweet their messages were, the two actually didn’t get to attend the said event together for some reason. But fortunately, that didn’t mean the end of their story.
In fact, it was just the start of great things to come.
3 years later, Llia shared that she and Phil actually did meet up that week.
And it all lead to this…
Now Llia is already married.
In one of her most recent tweets, Llia shared this photo with the caption:
“Happy birthday to me! I’ve woken up in a huge four poster bed… WITH MY BRAND NEW HUSBAND.”
Who is her “brand new husband”, you ask? Well, who else other than Phil himself!
Phil tweeted this pic of them together and wrote:
“Did it! Here’s me and my wife @Llia on the way back from the registry office.”
We bet these two didn’t expect they’d end up marrying a stranger on Twitter. But they did. And it’s the most beautiful thing ever!
We’re really happy for this cute couple.
Poor Dad Can’t Afford a Trip to Disneyland So He Brought Disneyland Home for His Daughter
This father’s “poor people roller coaster” is the cutest thing ever!
Fathers, what would you do if your child wants to go to Disneyland but you know you can't afford it at the moment? Answer: you improvise, of course.
Take it from Victor Peoro, a father from Hellertown, Pennsylvania who recently attracted a lot of attention online because of a viral video.
In the said clip, the cool father and Autumn, his young daughter, can be seen in front of a large screen as he carries her in a plastic container and with a point-of-view video of a roller coaster ride. The reason? Well the poor dad can't afford a trip to Disneyland at the moment. So he did the next best thing which is, of course, to bring the Disney experience to their home. This made the video as fun as it is heartwarming as it touched the hearts of many.
Mom Explains Why She Won’t Let Her Son Accept His 100% School Attendance Award
“The messages we are sending to our kids when we reward attendance is wrong for so many reasons,” she said.
Parents, how would you feel if you find out your child will be receiving the perfect attendance award at school? You'd probably be proud and excited about it, right? Well, not this mother at all. In fact, she refuses to allow her son to accept the said award.
Mother and blogger Rachel Wright recently learned that her 10-year-old son JJ has achieved 100% school attendance. She, however, wrote a lengthy post about why she will not let her son collect the award at all.
According to her, she does not agree with her son being awarded for it because it all boils down to 'luck'.
Terminally-Ill Girl Marries Best Friend Before She Dies
First on her bucket list checked: Married her bestfriend.
What would you do if your daughter has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and only has a few moments to live? Would you grant her last wish? Recently, a 5-year-old terminally-ill girl made headlines after marrying her best friend before she died.
Eileidh Paterson has fulfilled one of her greatest dreams and the first thing on her bucket list - to marry her best friend, 6-year-old Harrison Grier.
The solemn and heartwarming ceremony took place nearly a month before the girl succumbed to her illness. Eileidh has been fighting for her life against neuroblastoma, an aggressive childhood cancer since she was 2 years old.
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