Bizarre religious group holds first wedding in NZ

Bizarre religious group holds first wedding in NZ

April 18: The world’s first Pastafarian wedding has been held aboard a pirate ship in New Zealand and in a milestone of recognition for the bizarre global ‘religion’.

Pastafarians belong to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (CFSM) which the New Zealand government approved to conduct legal marriages in 2015.

The CSFM whose belives are in a god made of spaghetti, have forced people to talk about them all around the world.

The bride and groom wore head-to-toe pirate costume, and eye-patches, pirate hats and feathers for the ceremony.

Marriage wasn’t on the agenda for us, it wasn’t something we needed as we are already deeply committed to one another

Groom Toby Ricketts said alongside bride Marianna Fenn said that Marriage wasn’t on the agenda for them, it wasn’t something they needed as they are already deeply committed to each another.

They decided to do the pirate wedding to pay respect to Pastafarian Faith, they added.

According to the sources, people have told reporters that they more tahn interested in  Pastafarian weddings.

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