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06/24/2011

The sanctity of coin slots

by Jeremy Hooper

We're pretty sure this wedding vending machine is just a concept and not on the cusp of facilitating any state's licensing/solemnization process. But just think of the kitschy possibility, should both it and full 50 state marriage equality become a reality:

Screen Shot 2011-06-24 At 11.55.45 Am
AutoWed Wedding Machine – order now [Concept Shed]
(h/t:
Engagdget)

We just hope the license comes out in one of those fun vending machine eggs. Or perhaps they're saving that for the AutoSurrogacy.

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