Couple marries after Facebook glitch brings them together

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Couple Marries After Facebook Glitch Sparks Unexpected Romance

When a Facebook glitch found Schuler Benson accidentally logged into a woman name Celeste's Facebook account, he never expected that the accidental introduction would lead him to the woman of his dreams. Six years later, the couple is now married. Benson posted the story on Imgur. He wrote:





Benson explained that when he tried to log into Facebook from his phone, he was already logged into Celeste's account. The pair had no mutual friends or groups in common. Benson found that every time he tried to get onto the site from his phone, he could only get into Celeste's account.



Finally, after Celeste sent Benson a friend request, he was able to log out. Although Celeste planned to delete Benson from her friend list a few days later, she found that the two had a lot in common. Benson wrote:

"We became close friends online, and finally met in person in June of 2013. In the fall of 2013, she relocated from Colorado to live with me in Arkansas."


Benson proposed in 2014 by logging back into Celeste's account, posting a photo of an engagement ring on her Facebook page and asking her to marry him. After the pair was married, Benson posted a photo from the wedding with the caption:

"I found my partner, my best friend, my great love via a simple glitch in social media. There are awful things in this world, but sometimes there's beauty too. This is my beauty."



Congrats to the happy couple! Sometimes life's little mistakes turn out to be the best things that ever happen to us.

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