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After Nick Jonas And Priyanka Chopra's Wedding, This Thread Questioning American Wedding 'Traditions' Is Golden 😂

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In light of Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's five-day wedding extravaganza, writer and podcast host Ahmed Ali Akbar took to Twitter to flip the script on all those folks asking why the couple celebrated the wedding the way they did.


Customs and traditions only seem strange when they aren't your own, but if a critical eye were turned around, would our customs not appear strange too? That's just what Akbar did when he introduced a series of hysterical tweets questioning traditional American wedding customs.




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See, it all makes perfect sense!

Of course, many people loved this thread:





And some agreed with the sentiments expressed in the thread:




But all in all, weddings are about two people who are in love expressing it in front of everyone they love, and it doesn't matter what traditions are and aren't practiced (or if there are any traditions in the wedding at all).


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H/T: Ahmed Ali Akbar

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