These "What Am I Looking At" Wedding Photos Will Make Just About Anyone Swear Off Marriage

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1.This wedding reception didn't just have tray-passed appetizers...they had tray-passed cocaine! And yes, that is the bride happily partaking.

People doing cocaine in the middle of a wedding
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2.Here's another white wedding! One to show the grandkids!

A bride and groom snorting lines from a plate
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3.This wedding took place on 9/11/21, and somehow, no one said, "FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, YOU CANNOT MAKE YOUR BIG DAY 9/11 THEMED!"

A 9/11-themed wedding invitation
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4.This wedding had serial killer centerpieces.

Serial killer centerpieces at a wedding
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5.And this wedding sent out "rules and regulations" that have to be seen to be believed.

An email with rules and regulations for a wedding


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6.At this wedding, the bride led the groom into the reception on a leash, and yes, that is him "peeing" on her. Marking his territory, I guess? Yikes.

A bride with her groom on a leash
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7.This wedding, meanwhile, had a cake topper that the previous couple would have paid ANYTHING to have.

Wedding cake toppers of a bride with the groom on a leash
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8.This wedding's program ranked the bridesmaids in order of closeness to the bride. Just imagine being referred to as the "5th Best Friend!"

A ranking of the bridesmaids and groomsmen
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9.And this bride and groom cavalierly sold their wedding gifts on Facebook.

Suitcases for sale online
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10.This wedding took the traditional "bridal party posing with assault rifles" photo.

A bridal party holding assault rifles
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11.And this wedding party did...whatever this is.

A bride and groom holding assault rifles while people around them lay on the grass
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12.This wedding party kept things real classy.

Bridesmaids and the bride kneeling in front of the groomsmen
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13.And this bride and groom took an equally questionable photo that flipped the script!

A bride and groom, with the groom eating watermelon sliced from the watermelon the bride is holding
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14.This wedding, meanwhile, featured a groom who wore his best tank top and jorts.

A groom in a tank top and jean shorts
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15.This one featured a stunningly put-together bride...and a groom in a T-shirt and cargo shorts.

A groom wearing cargo shorts and a T-shirt
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16.And this one had a groom who dressed like this...and yes, those are Crocs with Donald Trump socks.

A groom wearing shorts and Crocs

17.This father of the bride wore a dapper a Trump hat.

A man in a suit wearing a Trump hat
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18.This wedding had a Trump cake topper.

A Donald Trump cake topper
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19.And this wedding had a bride who pretended to fellate a wooden statue of Donald Trump while the groom looked on approvingly. Fun!

A bride kneeling in front of a wooden statue of Donald Trump while the groom looks
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20.Grooms, I should mention, aren't the only ones who really should have worn something different.

A bride with the Confederate flag on her dress
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21.Guests also need to get a clue...this one showed up wearing this crappy T-shirt.

A wedding guest wearing a T-shirt that says, "I pooped today"
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22.And this guest wore a "Titties" hat just behind the tuxedo-wearing groom.

A man wearing a cap that says "Titties"
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23.This guest — not the bride, I repeat, NOT the bride — showed up dressed in white like this.

A woman who isn't the bride wearing a wedding dress
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24.And so did this guest...who never stopped to think her dress might not be ideal on account of her NOT BEING THE BRIDE!

A wedding guest dressed like a bride
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25.This wedding guest, meanwhile, is the definition of SHAMELESS.

A bride talking about someone who showed up with containers to take food home
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26.Also pretty shameless? This bride and groom.

A bride asking someone to pay for the second slice of wedding cake they ate at the wedding
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27.And this bride used her big day to promote her multilevel marketing business...which is also shameless!

A bride promoting her MLM at her wedding
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28.This wedding did a bit where — when the officiant asked the groom if he took the bride — the groom said he needed a moment to "consult with his boys." (Guys, please, PLEASE don't do this.)

A groom consulting with his boys when the officiant asked if he took the bride to be his wife
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29.And this wedding had a "funny" cake topper that suggests the groom is more interested in video games than his her wedding dress...on their wedding day.

Wedding cake toppers of the groom playing video games
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30.This wedding (checks notes) took place in a Walmart.

A Walmart wedding
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31.This wedding took place in an alley next to a dumpster.

A wedding in an alley next to a dumpster
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32.This one took place in a convenience store.

A wedding in a convenience store

33.And this one was held in a parking lot (without asking for permission to do so).

A wedding in a parking lot
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34.This wedding had different meals for their guests depending on how much they spent on their gift. Spend less than $250? You get roast chicken. Spend more than a grand? You get two pounds of lobster and a souvenir champagne goblet!

A wedding menu based on how much guests spent on the wedding gifts
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35.This wedding REALLY wanted Bud Light to be part of it (look at the bride's train).

A wedding dress with a train that has cans of Bud Light
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36.This wedding (maybe the same as the one above, LOL) had a Bud-themed cake.

A Budweiser wedding cake
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37.This wedding had a chewing-tobacco cake.

A Copenhagen chewing tobacco cake
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38.And this wedding had a skunk spray cake, which is...definitely different.

A skunk spray cake

39.This wedding asked its guests to throw Juul pods instead of rice.

Juul pods
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40.This wedding crowdfunded for both a honeymoon AND an AR-15.

Cups for funds for the honeymoon and an AR-15
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41.And lastly, this bride's wedding night ended as I'm sure she dreamed it would ever since she was a little girl...passed out with a bucket on her head!

A man holding a passed out bride who has a bucket on her head
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H/T: r/weddingshaming and r/trashy