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Prewedding Photo Shoot Failed

Prewedding Photo Shoot Failed



Every woman must have a wish for their love life. Apart from being realistic, they will always hope to have some tastes of romance in their love story. But this one particular woman is failed to get the romance from her fiancé.

Reported by Chinasmack, there was a dramatic fall out in Dongmen old street, Shenzhen, China. Initially, there was a man who was going to have a pre-wedding photo shoot waiting for his bride-to be to get ready with her makeup.

Not long after, this man was shocked to see his fiancée. Indeed, she was wearing her beautiful wedding dress but she was in an old lady or granny makeup. She whitened her hair and created some fake wrinkles on her face. This woman wanted to put her groom on test for his devotion and whether he would still love her even when her face is full of wrinkles when she reaches the age of 70.

Actually, the man had persuaded her to re-change her makeup but the woman refused to do it. She insisted that she wore it to test his love and faithfulness till they get older in the future. The man became so emotional and got very angry then left the woman in front of onlookers who gather there.

The woman could only weep in agony letting people to watch their fight like a scene from a movie. There were some people who took pity on her and helped the woman leaving that place to calm herself.
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