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Couple Display Crazy Vacation Photo At Wedding

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | September 12, 2016

Couple Display Crazy Vacation Photo At Wedding

Photo courtesy Imgur

Like a magical story told by married folk from the movie “When Harry Met Sally,” one couple displayed quite the tale for friends and family at their wedding recently.

An Imgur user recently posted the image above with the following caption: “My wife and I about age 10 took the same vacation pic. We didn't meet until we were 30. This frame was displayed at our wedding.

It turns out, the future husband and wife had both visited Hershey Park in Pennsylvania decades prior.

Here is the image again, showing off two happy kids rocking what looks to be perfect 90s fashion. The only thing missing might be a friendship bracelet or fanny pack.

Photo courtesy Imgur

The uploader also posted to Reddit and had a bit more information for the Internet.

He states: “My wife and I had lots in common, but she grew up in (New Jersey) and I grew up in rural (Pennsylvania). I went right to work after high school, but she went to college…10 minutes from my home. We could have bumped into each other numerous times.”

And some of you may wonder why the image looks so remarkable similar. Well, as you more observant viewers already know, both are taken in front of a backdrop image as explained by the Reddit user.  

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Now this is hardly the first set of photos that depict this kind of coincidence. Another Reddit user pointed to a story about a bride caught in her husband’s childhood picture 11 years before they even met. Back in June, TravelPulse spotted an image lurking on the Internet that depicted a man’s mother-in-law in the background of a holiday photo.

Sixteen years later that man would marry the woman’s daughter, leading to an amazing story for the Internet to devour nearly two decades later.

It’s now up to the rest of us to rummage through all of our family albums to find evidence that there is indeed something to this thing called fate.


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