25 couples married on numerically consecutive date, Nov. 12, 2013

The uniquely numbered date proved to be a popular one, as future husbands and wives lined up outside the Bureau to tie the knot.

The uniquely numbered date proved to be a popular one, as future husbands and wives lined up outside the Bureau to tie the knot. (11/12/13)

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - About 25 couples got married at the Marriage Bureau in Downtown Brooklyn on today's numerically consecutive date, Nov. 12, 2013.

The uniquely numbered date proved to be a popular one, as future husbands and wives lined up outside the Bureau to tie the knot.

Some couples were motivated to make today their wedding day simply because they like the consecutive numbers, while others said that it’s an easy date to remember.

The deputy city clerk says the office was expecting a bigger crowd because of the unique date. However, he thinks some couples may have been scared off by this morning's inclement weather.

The next date that will have consecutive numbers won’t happen until next year, on Dec. 13, 2014.

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