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Domino's Launches Their Very Own Wedding Gift Registry Service
Got a few weddings to go to this year? Thinking of buying the happy couple some form of shiny rose gold kettle? Maybe some form of really boring photo frame if you don't actually like them very much? Well stop right there, because this is the ultimate meaning of marital bliss.
Behold, the Domino's Wedding Registry Service, for those who prefer the cheesier things in life.
If you're stuck for present ideas for the big day, Domino's is now genuinely offering a wedding registry, designed with couples in mind who'd rather have "delicious melty cheese to crystal gravy boats." Err, surely everyone. No one uses gravy boats.
For example, you can sponsor the hen party (listed under 'Dance like somebody ordered pizza, ), help out the '2am Bachelor Party Feast' for , or treat the newlyweds to their first dinner as a married couple (that one's called 'The Post-Honeymoon Adjustment To Real Life', ).
Explaining this truly magical new venture, a spokesperson for Domino's said: "We hear often from customers that Domino's was a part of their big day, from proposals to after-hours meals at their wedding. We wanted to make it easier for people to ask for and receive something that they'll really use."
Seeing as any semi-decent relationship should be based on pizza, this seems like an excellent idea. The only true love we ever need.
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