Running out on your bride when she’s standing right in front of you at your wedding is not okay…..unless she’s covering your face with a veil of her spit while singing out Xtina’s “The Right Man.” If you don’t want permanent skin creases around your mouth area, hold the bottom part of your face, because your natural instinct will be to cringe through this entire awkward mess of a video. I cringed for everyone involved. I cringed for that crazy bride, who’s obviously a theater major, for thinking that Glee is real life. I cringed for that hot lady in the green, because she had to resist the urge to stop that crazy bride’s singing by pulling that trick’s train real hard. I’m cringing for everyone in the pews for having to control themselves from barfing up huge chunks of laughs. I’m cringing for that dude with the Oakley sunglasses on his head for not knowing that it’s never okay to wear Oakley sunglasses on your head indoors (that was more of a cringing side note). And I’m especially cringing for the groom who has to take a face full of his future wife’s belting while wishing that he’ll suddenly come down with a severe case of explosive diarrhea so he has a reason to run out of there. But your bride making all sorts of constipation faces while singing a song in the aisle IS a good reason to quit that bitch.
What a high school talent show MESS. That groom looks like he wants to fall backwards into a coffin and die, but he’s afraid what she’ll sing at his memorial.
I wonder which Xtina song she sang after the ceremony when her new husband said he had to get something from the car AND NEVER FUCKING CAME BACK. I’m guessing she went with “Walk Away” or “Beautiful.”
And deep down, I really hope this is viral marketing for Oakley.
via CNN (Thanks to everybody who sent this in)