The Internet Can't Handle This Couple That Adopts A New Dog With Every Wedding Anniversary
If you have a unique or interesting traditions to celebrate a milestone, this couple's wedding anniversary tradition might just pique your interest. When Twitter user Odalis posted about her sister and brother-in-law's interesting tradition, social media did what it does best: offer encouragement, heart-eyed emojis, and RT's to get someone else inspired. But what about this tradition made it go viral? Dogs. Each year, Odalis' sister and brother-in-law adopt a new pup to celebrate their marriage. Yes, I'm here to confirm that this is a real thing.
According to Odalis, they are celebrating their third year — and yes, that means they've acquired their third four-legged member of the family. Now, I know what you're thinking — some combination of What? and How? And no, none of us know if they're looking into purchasing a new home, or how fast they'll outgrow this one. What I do know is that this takes the cake for most unique tradition. Ever.
As you can imagine, the reactions were a mixed bunch. For dog lovers, this was a grand idea, and for some, not so much. With 20,000 "likes" and a bustling comment thread, there's nothing quite like dog lovers on social media.
My brother in law and sister get a dog every year for their wedding anniversary, they're on their 3rd year pic.twitter.com/Ca7UoavgeI— Odalis (@vodalic) June 18, 2017
As you can see many of them were overjoyed, and even decided to find long lost family members.
Hello, I was wondering where your sister got her dog. One of them looks exactly like mine. Maybe they're brothers. Here is mine! pic.twitter.com/XySr0pHt3D— John Wynkoop IV (@JTKoop32) June 25, 2017
Some tried to project into the future and make light of how the family will acquire more dogs with time.
And they lived happily ever after pic.twitter.com/3h2EvvFUoe— Jake Morgan (@_JakeKinkaid) June 25, 2017
And some just couldn't handle how cute it was!
Of course, if you're thinking, "WTH, How are they going to take care of all of those dogs?" You aren't the only one trying to think of ways to adult successfully let alone take care of another thing.
I mean this cool an all but im not trynna take care of 12 dogs at a time 😂— Double Tee ⛈ (@Seth_Thurston) June 25, 2017
Can you blame these left-brain thinkers? The struggle is real.
Never we'd die wit like 80 dogs😭— don Jovi (@TEXXWATSON) June 26, 2017
I mean, they asked some pretty valid questions and made solid points.
but what will happen to the dogs if they get a divorce?🤔😷— luis (@32luiscruz) June 26, 2017
Past five years, what happens next? Do you start a dog atrium?
when ur sister has been married for 40 years she's gonna have some problems— Bailey//20 DAYS (@VoidbornMoseley) June 26, 2017
Nonetheless, people were inspired to try this out for birthdays, anniversaries, and other grand occasions.
I hope their marriage lasts forever— Carly 🌸 (@Carly_Briand) June 26, 2017
And of course, people began tagging all of their friends/lovers about relationship #goals or insisting their partner get with the program. Oh, Twitter!
That is so awesome! I am so happy for you guys! That is so cute 😊🐶— Tuesday🦄 (@weednpuppies) June 26, 2017
So maybe this isn't the perfect idea for how you and your love should celebrate. But it's a pretty cute one! No matter how you choose to commemorate it, commit to a wacky, weird tradition unique to your relationship and use this random viral tweet as a healthy dose of inspo!