Sunday, February 14, 2016

VIDEO: Man wakes up from surgery, falls in love at first sight with his wife

There's a cell phone video making the rounds on the Internet that will probably bring you to tears. A man has gone through a bevy of surgeries in the past five years and, after waking up from a recent procedure, begins to talk to his wife, who is filming their discussion.

VIDEO: Man wakes up from surgery, falls in love at first sight with his wife

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There's a cell phone video making the rounds on the Internet that will probably bring you to tears. A man has gone through a bevy of surgeries in the past six years and, after waking up from a recent procedure, begins to talk to his wife, who is filming their discussion (but, apparently, forgot to TURN HER CELL PHONE SIDEWAYS).

Still loopy from the anesthesia, the man finally turns to look at the woman he's talking to and immediately falls in love with her. He begins to ask about their relationship and is astonished to learn that he figured out how to marry the beautiful woman in front of him.

It's like something straight out of a crappy Nicholas Sparks movie, except it's real. Or, at least it's purported to be. Somebody get Jimmy Kimmel on the horn because this is probably all his handiwork.

Either way, happy Tuesday, everybody. Call the person you love. [h/t Reddit]

In response to all of the questions: I had a hernia repair to fix residual tears from a previous surgery.
I wish I could remember this but I was definitely out of it. 
This was my fifth surgery within our six years of marriage and she's been by my side through all of it. In a previous surgery I suffered a severe complication and we didn't know if I'd ever function the same again. She is the love of my life.

Glad everyone is enjoying the video

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