Surin Man Marries His Dead Girlfriend
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Posted 2012-01-10 15:25:11
Surin Man Married His Dead Girlfriend
Could this is be a proof of true love? News of a Surin man marrying his dead girlfriend became viral on social media after the news had to 'shared' more than 50,000 in the cyber world.
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It was the 'talk of the town' on Facebook. The story about a young man from Surin Province marrying his diseased girlfriend. Pictures of a man, dressed in a black formal wear, putting a ring on the finger of his late girlfriend, circulated like wild fire on the popular social network site and YouTube. 50,000 people had clicked to share the stories and expressed their condolences for the groom
Chadil Deffy, or Deff Yingyuen, stated his love for his late girlfriend, Sarinya or Anne Kamsook. Much to the surprise of his friends, on January 4, Deff posted on his Facebook page, inviting his friends to an wedding-cum-funeral rite for his longtime girlfriend at a local temple in Surin Province.
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The couple had been together for 10 years. They made a promise to get married before the bride died in an unexpected accident. Deff said their wedding was postponed due to conflicting schedules and his decision to continued his studies before he settled down in a matrimony with Sarinya.
After having been through thick and thin with Sarinya for over a decade, Deff stood by his promise and married her in a bittersweet ceremony.
-- Tan Network 2012-01-10
Posted 2012-01-10 16:04:29
Posted 2012-01-10 16:05:01
Sad but touching story. I wonder if there will be a honeymoon.
Posted 2012-01-10 16:05:09
Quite an unlucky life she had.
Posted 2012-01-10 16:10:22
or how to talk about myself with some creepy story ..what's the point to post it on youtube .... I dont get it ... love maybe ..advertising most probably ...
Posted 2012-01-10 16:10:48
It's not a true marriage unless it's consummated. Just sayin'.
Posted 2012-01-10 16:14:09
Dear Tan Network - huge fan but please change diseased to deceased to avoid confusion, heartache and/or a lawsuit!
Posted 2012-01-10 16:20:09
Come-on... now... does all the story has to have a "Sarcastic Comment"
Posted 2012-01-10 16:21:19
I guess the reporter meant to write "Deceased" and not "Diseased"
Posted 2012-01-10 16:28:46
why wait till one has to go. you will never know when one will die...so do it now.
Posted 2012-01-10 16:51:24
Saw it in my wife's facebook last night, from what was written there, they were due to marry the day the accident happened. Sad turn of events, it does appear to be a strange thing to do, but to each his own.
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Posted 2012-01-10 16:55:09
Saw this with full video on Channel 3 this morning. I thought it was sick but the GF found it kind of cute! Sadly she can't sign at the tessabaan so it's not actually legal.
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