ďNow that the ceremony is over, I feel like Iíve been able to achieve a major milestone in my life. Some people have expressed doubts about my actions, but at the end of the day, this is really just about us as husband and wife.
As long as the two of us can go on to create a happy household, Iím sure any misgivings about us will be resolved. As for whatís next, we still havenít gone to see my parents, so we will be going home together on New Years to officially announce our marriage.
The two of us hope to continue to let our love for each other grow as time goes on.Ē
Sal9000 sharing his short- and long-term plans on life with his new wife, Nene Anegasaki. Most Japanese families donít celebrate Thanksgiving, but Iím sure the newlyweds will share a holiday dinner of some sort with Salís parents soon. When that happens, it will make for an interesting conversation when he explains how he met his bride in a Nintendo DS dating simulator called Love Plus.
Or maybe neither of Salís parents will bring it up at all at the table, trying their best to not ruin the meal or their sonís mirthful mood. Instead, theyíll only look at each other with worry when their boy tries to spoonfeed his wife, smearing noodles on the DSís touchscreen.
Maybe these photos from the honeymoon will assure Salís parents that this is the right girl for him: