Local Large-Group Marriage Expected To Go To The Supreme Court

June 5th, 2015 | by Johnnny
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Challenging the Definition of Marriage

Downer, MN – In the quaint Minnesota village of Downer (formerly known as Xanax), a large-group wedding of nine women and five men is expected to challenge the definition of marriage.

The recent marriage of fourteen (14) people to each other is unprecedented in the United States unless you include Arkansas.

The “Beaverton Group” (as they like to be called) has chosen a slogan for their upcoming legal battle: Onward Is Our Aim!

If you would like to kindly donate cookies for their upcoming bake sale to raise money in support of the Beaverton Group’s challenge to the definition of marriage, contact any of the nine (9) Beaverton wives for more details.

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