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Thursday, 26 April 2012

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Sized big, since they must fit over frozen, gloved fingers.

A cool site for a wedding. In more ways than one, according to the happy couple. And a possible side effect, say Angie and Brad, is that many of the paparazzi (frozen turnips!) may choose to stay home.

Ever since a Norwegian explorer married his girlfriend at the North Pole -- the recent event was the first of its kind there -- the site has become a place of interest for many folks planning a wedding. In fact, professional wedding planners see lots of potential for future business there.

The pristine whiteness is a perfect background for a wedding celebration. No decorations needed. And there's plenty of ice available for drinks, that's for sure.

The Spoof has discovered some of the exciting details about Brangelina's wedding plans. Rudolph and his team of reindeer will bring the wedding party to the site of the nuptials. No limousine needed. Santa Claus will give the bride away. The six Brangelina kids (accompanied by an assortment of Santa's jolly elves, also serving as baby-sitters) will be the flower girls and boys. Frosty the Snowman, sans the broomstick, will serve as best man if he agrees to several conditions: leaving his corncob pipe at home (Brad and Angie insist that their nuptials be smoke-free); getting his old silk hat cleaned for the occasion; and "staying put" for the entire ceremony, not dancing around or engaging in any thumpetty thump thumps in the ice and snow.

Always on the lookout for new business opportunities, travel agencies are already putting together special package deals for North Pole weddings. What's included varies. However, all packages will include free treatment for hypothermia and frostbite, should the need arise.

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