Man wakes from surgery, realizes he’s married to dream woman
After his hernia surgery, the man asked his wife: “Are you a model? Who are you?"
After his hernia surgery, Jason Mortensen woke up in pain. But there was a silver lining to ease his suffering: he discovered he was married to the woman of his dreams.
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“Did the doctor send you? Man, you are eye candy. Woah. You might be the prettiest woman I’ve ever seen. Are you a model? Who are you?”
That was Mortensen’s reaction to seeing his wife by his side. When Mortensen asked the mysterious woman for her name, she responded: “Candice. I’m your wife.”
And that’s when Mortensen really lost it.
“You’re my wife?! Holy...Dang. Woo. How long? Do we have children?”
The Mortensens have been married six years, and they don’t yet have children. But one thing they do have, it seems, is an awesome marriage.
“Oh my god, I hit the jackpot,” Mortensen added.
While we hate to imply the video is inauthentic, we should also point out that, in addition to being a happily married man, Jason Mortensen is also an actor.
Photo: Jason Mortenson via Google +
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