World’s First Micro blogging Site Twitter Marriage Held in Turkey

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On Sep 3, 2012 World’s First marriage on earth was held by Twitter at Istanbul in Turkey.

 

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Cengizhan Celik, social media editor of a Turkish news site, Ensonhaber.com, married Candan Canik by exchanging the wedding vows using Twitter.

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According to Ney York Daily News, ” This couple in Turkey showed they needed far less than 140 characters to express their eternal love for each other. Local mayor Mustafa Kara presided over the marriage ceremony by asking them to say “I do” with a tweet.  The couple responded by tweeting in Turkish word “Evet” (Yes) on their iPads.”

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Hundreds of guests gathered on this marriage ceremony & it was held at a restaurant at Uskudar in Istanbul. The guests watched the marriage ceremony on large LCD monitor.

 




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Franc Ramon September 8, 2012 at 8:01 pm

This is one for the books a marriage via twitter.
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Ahsanul Karim September 9, 2012 at 11:49 pm

Thanks Ramon for comment :)
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anshul September 12, 2012 at 11:02 am

Hi Karim!
this is interesting and i think this marriagge should be reserve for the guineese book of world.
i like it.
thanks to joining this.

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