The couple who eats previous cake collectively stays collectively. At the least that’s the way it works for one Pennsylvania pair.
Anne and David Cowburn of West Grove have discovered the reply to a long-lasting marriage and it apparently comes right down to consuming just a little little bit of their marriage ceremony cake every year on their anniversary, July 18.
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The couple, who has been married for 49 years, stated they’ve been pulling out items of the cake, which they’ve frozen for that previous nearly-half-a-century, after watching an episode of recreation present “I’ve Acquired A Secret” the place the contestant couple revealed they’d be consuming the final of their marriage ceremony cake that evening on their 25th anniversary.
“That episode will need to have embedded into my reminiscence,” David, 75, instructed the New York Submit.
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Happily, the mother and father of three and grandparents to 4 stated they haven’t gotten uninterested in the decades-old vanilla marriage ceremony cake. Simply as lucky, neither of them have gotten sick from it, both.
The pair, who met in 1967 and married in 1970, instructed the Submit the Four-by-5 inch spherical they saved from the three-tiered cake is simply right down to crumbs now.
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However don’t be concerned, the candy custom gained’t finish with the ultimate morsel. The couple shared that they plan to bake the remaining bits into a brand new cake to have fun their golden anniversary in 2020, the Submit stories.
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