4 Drunkest wedding revelers

1. Drunken dance moves

I’m not entirely sure if this bride is aware of this, but dancing is generally done when you’re standing upright. Of course, this writhing about on the floor could also be a new type of dance that I wasn’t aware of until now.



2. The people who shouldn’t even be invited to a wedding, much less be allowed to hit the dance floor.

From the guy who should never ever be allowed to even clap on the dance floor, to the couple who seem to think that the floor belongs to them and them alone, this video proves that drunken dancing is just never a good idea.



3. If you’re going to get drunk, at least wait until after you’ve removed your wife’s garter...

Especially if you’ve suddenly forgotten everything you’ve learnt about motion and co-ordination. We can’t help but feel sorry for this bride, she looks so embarrassed. The worst thing about this though is that she had to help him find his way – doesn’t bode well for the wedding night, does it?



4. A Russian wedding that should probably never have happened

We’re not entirely sure how this fight came about, but judging by the amount of punches and kicks being thrown about, the amount of alcohol that was consumed for this to have occurred must have been heroic.

One YouTube commenter goes on to add, and I quote: “If this happens at Russian Weddings. I hate to see what happens at Russian Funerals.”



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