Thursday, 28 June 2012
Unique Love Stories
Unique love stories- Love stories i have ever read. Stories that show love in new ways. Stories that make love: "Love is strange," according to a popular song from the '50s . And true love, like truth, is often stranger than fiction. The following stories, some old and some new, show the weird, wacky and sometimes wonderful sides of love.
From a typo to true love
The couple: Not every error is a mistake, especially when it comes to love. Just ask Ruben P. Salazar of Waco, Texas.
Their story: In 2007, Ruben found an email message intended for Rachel P. Salazar, who lived on the other side of the world Bangkok, Thailand and who had an email address almost identical to his. A typo mistakenly sent the message to Ruben, who then forwarded it to Rachel. Soon they spent hours a day chatting online. She visited him, and they got engaged. Ruben Salazar rachel salazar were together for eight days,
Waste not, want not
The couple: Some romances end up in the toilet, while others last a lifetime. Consider Donna and Terry Claver of Montana.
Their story: As a young bride-to-be in the '70s, Donna lost her engagement ring Donna Claver of Montana + sapphire when it accidentally fell into a toilet drain. Though long gone, the ring was not forgotten. Terry Claver find lost ring in discarded toilet, Terry Claver of Montana + proposes again + honey, will you marry me?
Coincidence or kismet?
The couple: If you've ever wondered whether you and your soul mate have passed each other without ever knowing, consider the story of Alex and Donna Voutsinas.
Their story: While Donna was gathering family photos for their wedding video, she found a picture of herself at age 5, posing with her brothers and a Disney character at Disney World. Donna voutsinas + alex in background of Disney World photo
In sickness and in filth
The couple: After accidentally tossing his wife's 1.5-carat diamond ring into the trash, Brian McGuinn showed up at the dump the next day to get it back. Outfitted in protective gear, he pawed through nine tons of garbage.
The outcome: Incredibly, in just a few minutes he found the ring. After taking a hot shower and having the ring professionally cleaned by a jeweler, Brian drove to his wife's office and slipped it onto her finger. Brian and Anna McGuinn + $10,000 diamond ring found
Baby, come back
The couple: Sometimes a love affair has consequences even for other people. China native and Rutgers University grad student Haisong Jiang wanted to give his beloved just one more kiss before she flew home. So he ducked under a rope at airport security when TSA officers weren't looking and walked her to the gate.
The outcome: TSA discovered the security breach and shut down Newark Liberty International Airport for six hours, delaying or canceling 200 flights and forcing thousands of passengers to be rescreened. Later arrested, Jiang was found guilty of defiant trespass. Law enforcement searches five days for Haisong Jiang, Haisong Jiang fined $500, court costs and 100 hours community service
Falling for you
The story: One young woman got a shock along with a wedding proposal. She and her boyfriend were on a rooftop deck with a group of friends when he hopped up onto a low wall that bordered the roof and started to propose. At one point, he asked a friend to toss him the ring. He fumbled the catch and, while trying to grab the box, fell off the roof.
Hard to hold
The couple: The long-distance romance between Trey Turner, a Florida man, and Kelsey Kramer, his Brooklyn girlfriend, could have gotten a lot longer after he tried proposing as they were walking across the Brooklyn Bridge and he dropped the engagement ring.
The outcome: Fortunately, the slippery ring landed on metal scaffolding and not in the East River. A bridge worker spotted it the next day, and city officials contacted the anxious couple to let them know. Transportation worker put ring on kelsey kramer's finger, Turner and Kramer tattoo initials on ring fingers
I do, robot
The couple: The Japanese are well known for being on the cutting edge of technology. Not to be outdone, bride Satoko Inoue and groom Tomohiro Shibata exchanged vows with a 4-foot-tall robot named I-Fairy acting as officiant.
The story: Inoue is an employee at Kokoro Co., which built the robot. Her groom is a professor of robotics at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology in Japan. Both the robot and the bride wore flowers. Ifairy robot price $68,000
Something old, something nude
The couple: Every couple wants a memorable wedding, but not many would be willing to go as far as Phil and Ellie Hendicott to get one.
The story: The Brisbane, Australia, couple entered a competition sponsored by a radio station and won the grand prize: a nude wedding in front of 250 fully clothed guests, with hundreds of thousands of Aussies listening on the radio. Ellie barton wore veil, body paint and carried a huge bouquet, Phil hendicott wore a black top hat at nude wedding
God is love
The couple: When Patrizia Masoero decided to take religious vows and become a nun, she broke off her relationship to Daniel Briatore, a lifeguard she had been dating for several years.
The story: Heartbroken, Briatore traveled 300 miles from the couple's hometown of Alassio, on the Italian Riviera, to the Franciscan convent at Monte Cassino Abbey, south of Rome. He set up camp, erected a banner declaring his love for Masoero and vowed to stay in place and do "whatever it takes" to win her back. Nun response to boyfriend our sister has chosen the path she want
All shook up
The couple: Reed Harris thought he had come up with a really sweet marriage proposal for his girlfriend, Kaitlin Whipple, when he hid the engagement ring in Whipple's milkshake at their favorite Wendy’s.
The outcome: Friends tried to move things along by challenging Whipple to a milkshake race, but when her cup was empty the ring still hadn't appeared. An X-ray later confirmed that Whipple had swallowed it. Reed harris give fiance x-ray of swallowed ring, Kaitlin Whipple's swallowed ring in shake appears 2 days later
The couple: When Innocent and Chidi Ogbuta of Texas renewed their wedding vows after 10 years of marriage, they hosted an unusual guest: a life-size wedding cake made in the bride's image.
The story: Standing more than 5 feet tall, the cake was an exact replica of Chidi in her wedding dress. The mother of four said the look-alike cake was a lifelong dream come true. The original plan was for Chidi's perfect wedding to feature giant clones of both the bride and groom, but the bakers just didn't have enough time. Life-sized wedding cake of bride too five weeks to make, Life-sized wedding cake of bride weighed 400 pounds
The couple: Back in 2010, Lisa Satayut and her fiance, Drew Ellis, became the first couple ever to be married in a T.J. Maxx store. Why? Well, according to the bride: "The one constant in my life, no matter what, has always been T.J. Maxx."
The story: Prior to the wedding, the couple predicted they would save about $150 by having their wedding at the discount department store, and on their way back down the aisle, they could invest the savings on some bath towels and a discount trousseau for the bride. Mount pleasant, michigan
The couple: Michelle Thomas of Liverpool, England, was busy planning her wedding to Kevin Lavelle, the father of her two children, when she was notified that Kevin had been murdered in Oxford, where he had been working double shifts to save money for the ceremony.
The story: Devastated, Michelle decided that "till death do us part" wasn't long enough. She arranged to express her undying love for Kevin by marrying him in the morgue. A priest performed the ceremony, which was not legally binding. Kevin Lavelle murder