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If you are looking for something free and fun to do next month, well, I may have stumbled on something for you. Grab a nice dress and get ready to crash a wedding.

Okay, I know that you normally should not go wedding crashing, but technically you would not be crashing one.

During my many hours wasted scrolling through TikTok, I stumbled on one. A firefighter from Massachusetts posted a video saying that he needs a plus one for a wedding next month in Boston.

The video just said that he needs a plus one along with a slide show of his pictures. Of course, I was intrigued and swiped to look at his profile and see other videos that he posted. There was none, that is right, he literally only has that one video on his TikTok profile. To make it even stranger, the only thing that he has written on his profile is that he is a firefighter in Massachusetts.

Is this profile real? I honestly have no idea, but I find it a bit amusing that this young man has taken to this social media platform to possibly find a plus one for a wedding. There is nothing written on how old he is or even where in Boston this wedding is going to be.

There are 81 comments on this video already, some asking how he is single, and others willing to take a drive to be his date for the night. Real or fake, this video seems to be getting a lot of traction.

Luckily for you, the creator of the video has yet to respond to any of the comments yet, so you may have a good chance to live out your wedding crasher fantasy.

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