Quite Possibly the 8 Worst Wedding Speeches of All Time
Welcome to another day in my life. Today is Friday and we have almost made it through another work week. I hope you are having a beary safe and great week so far. Dab the AIDS Bear and I are starting our July 4th weekend events today.
If you have been to many weddings than I am sure you have heard at least one horrible speech. So today I would like to share something hilarious which I recently read about the eight worst wedding speeches of all time:
In case you couldn't tell by your Facebook feed, it's wedding season. And if you're giving a toast on the big day, you know there's a ton of pressure to make the guests laugh, cry, and feel mushy feelings. But sometimes, things go terribly, terribly wrong.
These eight horribly awkward (and awkwardly horrible) videos show exactly what not to do while giving a toast to the bride and groom. From insanely inappropriate jokes to a hammered maid of honor who reads the same sentence over and over (and over) again, enjoy the cringiest examples of public speaking since the guy from Boom Goes The Dynamite.
This best man's first moves included stealing the groom's drink and harassing the camera guys. Sadly, that was just the start of this wildly inappropriate wedding speech.
Tony, the mouthy wedding guest, couldn't help but giv a short and ill-timed piece of unsolicited relationship advice. Go home, Tony. You're drunk.
This poor maid of honor wrote what kind of sounds like a decent speech, but she got too hammered to read it. Unfortunately, that didn't keep her from trying.
This is what happens when you don't write a speech and you're sober. The one thing that's clear from this speech, though, is that Megan is the best friend.
Another slurry speech-giver wings his toast—and fails. Props to the DJ who tries to play him off, though.
Karaoke morphs into a mildly offensive maid of honor speech. Behold:
You might have to crank to volume to hear this, but the awkwardness is deafening. This maid of honor does a great job of making this wedding seem like NBD with loads of cliche jokes—and sarcasm. Well done.
This message was brought to you by concerned wedding guests everywhere. Happy toasting!
Hope you have a beary safe and great Friday!
Until we meet again; here's wishing you health, hope, happiness and just enough.