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Various tabloids in Europe are reporting that Brad Pitt picked up a wedding license at the end of last month and that they must get married within 90 days. They make it seem like it is the end of the world if the couple don't get married within those 90 days. Umm, couldn't they just get a new license? Yeah, they could, but then the stories about how a Brangelina wedding will clash with a Jennifer Aniston wedding would not be as much fun, now would they? Considering that each of them don't know the date of the other's wedding, they would just be guessing. The Sun seems to think that Jennifer Aniston is invited to Brad Pitt's wedding. Can you imagine the tabloid headlines if Jen has already been married? Jen Marries Wrong Man - Having Baby With Brad
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