If he is such a close friend that you are even considering asking him, then of course ASK!
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8/27/11 10:24 P
If you consider him family enough to ask then I am sure he would be honored
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159 8/27/11 1:36 P
Definitely the two of you walking in together! No reason on earth not to!
8/27/11 12:41 P
Why don't you walk down the aisle with your future husband?? You don't need someone to walk you down the aisle...you can do it together.
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8/27/11 1:24 A
is it wrong to ask my futurer's husbands commander to wlk me down the asile.cause i have no family at all.i don't think i could walk down the asle by my self fro m deneise5
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