Kerala Couple's Innovative Wedding Card Chemistry Has Even Shashi Tharoor Reacting
Shashi Tharoor is known to wow followers and fellow leaders with the gift of his gab. But it seems even the serial sesquipedalian was impressed by the witty wordplay on the invite.
The perfect bond. (Credit: Twitter/@KVR)
A Kerala couple found an innovative way to show off their chemistry and bonding to the world. They printed their wedding invitation card using Chemistry symbols.
The unique card bore the chemical names of the couple Vithun and Soorya -Va and Sa - who were represented as two separate atoms that are about to bond. The atoms are shown to be chemically bonding, meaning that the couple have perfect chemistry! The various pages of the card have cute messages like 'Chemistry unites us' printed on them.
The unusual invite was initially shared on Facebook but has since gone viral all over social media. In fact, it even impressed Congress leader Shashi Tharoor who retweeted the invite from this Twitter handle and congratulated the couple.
The invite reads, "The atoms Vithun and Soorya have decided to become a molecule with the activation energies of both parents," It further added, "Requesting your latency with your reactants and products on the bonding ceremony."
Tharoor is known to wow followers and fellow leaders with the gift of his gab. But it seems even the serial sesquipedalian was impressed by the witty wordplay on the invite. And he was not the only one.
Wishing them all the best for a happy married life! May the chemistry between them always sparkle, the physics feature more light than heat, and the biology result in bountiful offspring....! https://t.co/Y6aYMjFsPi
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) December 13, 2018
Many Chemistry nerds found the invitation ingenuous and couldn't help but admire the couple's commitment to their shared love for the science.
Brilliant. Reaction should be in the evening, it is only the apparatus set up that happens at 12:25pm. LoL — Khaali Peeli (@KhaaliPeeli1) December 13, 2018
May these atoms achieve thermodynamic stability📉
— Indian (@netanyahu12a) December 13, 2018
Chemistry teacher's wedding invitation ! @ShashiTharoor ji from your constituency. 😂 pic.twitter.com/nhVNUKyz5o — KVR (@KARTHIC_VINOBA) December 13, 2018
I am a Biology teacher and it made my day! What a wordplay!@ShashiTharoor also Vithun!
— Naman (@trivediNaman12) December 13, 2018
Wedding is no more than a exothermic reaction — prasanna joshi (@prasann_147) December 13, 2018
See, only a knowledge society can come up with this wedding invitation. Yes, from India. Think. Be creative. Always. pic.twitter.com/1be5UZUUfX— Miyako Izabel (@sejoalzir) December 14, 2018
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