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Got drunk & did the stupidest thing. . . watch

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    I married my friend.

    I don't really know how this happened exactly. I was drinking a lot with a group of friends, including this one guy called Jickest (nick name, obviously).

    We went out to a club. Then we went to a takeaway and back to a guy's house and drank some more. On the way back to uni (there were 4 of us at this point) at about 8am the next morning we passed a church and getting married seemed like an amazingly great idea.

    So we went in, and they kicked us out immediately told us they didnt feel right about marrying drunk people.

    We should have stopped there.

    But instead we went to the nearest church of scientology and they welcomed us (were really friendly, actually) and did a little marriage ceremony for me and Jickest.

    Is this legally binding??? I don't know what the **** i was thinking.


    This was 2 days ago. We haven't spoken since.
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    Scientology? You kidding?

    I don't think I can help you, Ross.
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    Get an annulment.
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    :troll:



    You HAVE to be...




    If you're not, then I really have lost all faith. Did you sign anything?
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    Live happily ever after, thats what marriage is all about. Never fails.
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    haha.
    you can't be serious...?
    right?
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    Sorry to hear about your ordeal Ross and Rachel.

    Seriously though, can you remember signing anything? I'm sure its only legally binding once you've signed a marriage certificate, maybe they were just humouring you in your drink state?
    Not sure how weddings work religiously if I'm honest, I know your bound for life but I've never known about breaking up marriages religiously.
    Go back to the church and see what they say. If you didnt sign the certificate I think you'll be fine.

    P.S - Unlucky you married at a scientologist church
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    :rolleyes:

    no marriage license.

    did you think anyone would take this seriously?
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    Scientology have got you now. Enjoy your life of enslavement.

    Lololololol :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)
    Scientology? You kidding?

    I don't think I can help you, Ross.
    Beat me to it
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    (Original post by GeorgEGNT)
    Sorry to hear about your ordeal Ross and Rachel.
    OI :mad:
    I beat you :p:
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    You'll be able to look back and laugh...
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    I'd prefer to know how a name such as 'jickest' came about
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    lulz
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    LMAO - I really hope you are a troll OP.

    Though you could easily check your local council's Register office and find out if they have any record of marriage - or if Scientology actually have the license to perform weddings, somehow I suspect they don't.
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    Don't you need a marriage licence for the thing to be legally binding? And don't you need to apply for a marriage licence in advance?
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    ah well it happens all the time in Vegas

    I think that's quite cool.

    I wouldn't bother annulling. Who needs to marry. If you have a boyfriend you want to marry in future just tell him the above and just do your won marriage lol.
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    You HAVE to be...




    If you're not, then I really have lost all faith. Did you sign anything?
    Yeah I did write something.. but I don't think I came away with any certificate or anything??

    I think I should talk to Jickest.. I don't remember it all perfectly to be honest. It's really blurry in my mind.
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    Haha, I refuse to offer help on such lies, but if it is true... wow, I've never seen a Scientology church before...
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    Oh Britney you silly thing. You were doing so well.
 
 
 
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