Some weddings just end up in disaster. They often don’t have literal flaming wreckage as this one did, but they can be pretty bad. Did anything go correctly here? From playing a horrifyingly explicit song to sabotaging the wedding to actual property damage, it seems like the couple should have just eloped.
Why did the Best Man hide the marriage license? Was he not a fan of the union? In that case, he should have just said no to being the Best Man. That sends a pretty clear message. Plus, those cash gifts are often pretty important for the couple just starting out.
That Was Before the Wedding, Even
If this is the kind of stuff that you have to do before the wedding has even happened, we almost don't want to see what the reception is like. But maybe we should witness it – it's bound to be a one-of-a-kind event. Just in case there's any confusion, the bride was getting a shot in the rear end.
In fairness, “Derriere” isn't the easiest word to spell, especially if you're almost certainly recovering from the hilarious injuries that follow you all over, as it does for this couple. Was there a crazy pre-wedding party, or something else entirely? Nausea and a walking boot aren't normal party favors.
Get an Extra Set of Eyes
Writing seems like it's easy, but there are lots of ways it can go...poorly. Every keystroke is a chance for disaster, and if you have someone that doesn't like to use spell check to write up the programs, you can end up with something like this. Of course, most spellcheckers wouldn't have even caught the problem, since “vowels” is spelled correctly.
It's just not the correct word. If you're worried about something like this, give it to a friend and have them look it over. When we create art – even something like a program – we have blinders. Others can see mistakes better than we can.
May the Name Go Down in Infamy
She even called the guy out on Twitter. That's cold, so cold. But, obviously very much deserved. In case you missed the broader scope of this story, this is what's known as “theft” to almost everyone, unless there was some agreement signed.
But no agreement signed would allow the DJ to peace out and keep all the money – at least no one with a brain in their head would choose to sign. So let it be known: DJ Gravy Legs isn't to be trusted to spin at your wedding, or anywhere else for that matter. Are you reading this, DJ Gravy Legs? Feel the shame.
A Hockey Game Broke Out at the Wedding
Some people might watch a little bit too much wrestling if this is the immediate response to an action like the story relates. Of course, we don't know if he grabbed the chair unaware that it was destined to be the bride's perch, or if he did it on purpose because he thought it would be funny to see her fall.
If the latter is the case, then maybe he does deserve to be hit with a Stone Cold Stunner or something like that. Also, congratulations to the bride who has enough energy to swing a chair after a day of wedding work.