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Video of groom working on his laptop on his wedding day elicits mixed reactions

by | Jul 27, 2021 | Fun | 0 comments

A video circulating online of a groom busy operating on his laptop on his wedding day has left netizens in awe.

In a video shared on Instagram, the man can be seen typing something before shutting it down and and handing it over to someone.

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The rituals had to be posed for a moment to allow for the groom to conclude his business.

His wife to be was just laughing while watching her lover’s actions on their big day

Social media users flooded at the comment section sharing their opinions about the man’s actions.

Some commented saying he was working from home while others said he was just setting the laptop for his friend.

@babunathraja: “I don’t think his working he just wants remove the password.”

@savi_shetty_8: “He is taking what he wrote on resume seriously….”I will work on any situation”.”

@joghosh: “We are always judgemental without knowing the other side of the story. Who works on a wedding day. And no management or company is tyrant enough to let you work on such auspicious day of one’s life.

“He might be helping someone with setting up music or wedding shoot or something else. If he was working, which seems really odd, then I have no words to say. But I believe, we should not comment without knowing the truth or reality.”

@munafchohan_ : “Plot twist: wife is the boss and she’s just having a laugh giving him last minute corrections.”

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@alpha_omega_001: “Marriage is important part of life because it appears once in a lifetime…not your pathetic regular offcie work one day you’ll leave that job or get fired.”

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