"A Japanese firm is accepting reservations for couples who want to exchange their wedding vows in space." ~ NZ Herald
The mind boggles :) Actually *scratches head* aren't there aeroplanes that can let you experience weightlessness at some point in the flight? Yes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weightlessness)Hold on, what about just going to NASA - don't they have a zero-gravity device (they so must have one)...*races off to look* orannia
Erm... personally? There are things that I'd rather weren't floating around me...
Not for me.... but I imagine that would be the ultimate Trekkie's dream wedding. lol
..the thought is fascinating..But nothing for me. - I´m a earthbonded human. (I love our earth.. with all the beautiful plants/trees, animals and different people:-)).~Eva
Okay...that'd just be weird. :0Hey, Nalini, this is totally off-topic, but I have a question for you. Being that you live in New Zealand, how do you pronounce Maori? I got into a "discussion" (i.e. big argument over this) and I would love to know. Is it Mowree or May or ee? Or is it something totally different? Inquiring minds are dying to know. Thank you! :D
Bridget, a Maori friend in school taught me to say it with the same pronounciation as the "Mo" in Moldy. It's a very round sound if that makes sense.
Nalini-Thanks for the pronunciation thing. Since I don't live anywhere near NZ, it's just one of those words you make your own judgement on, if that makes sense. :)Hope you have a great weekend! I've got a 4-day weekend! Yay! *happy dance*
Oh no. I can't even fly on an airplane without getting sick.
Eh. Weddings are overrated. Space. Heh. I'd rather put that money on a downpayment for a house. Or travel.
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