Wedding officiant loses the ring. Everybody dies.

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7 Dec 2017 21:16 - +7534
You can tell how much someone fucked up by how long it takes them to move afterwards.
7 Dec 2017 21:53 - +2684
If they liked it, they should have put a string on it.
7 Dec 2017 21:28 - +2151
That hurt me.... damn....
7 Dec 2017 22:02 - +1643
You know it's bad when you literally freeze frame record scratch.
7 Dec 2017 23:16 - +1225
This actually happened to me too. My wife and I were married on a pier, and my best man tripped when handing the ring over to the officiant. Lobbed it straight into the lake. Cool part was my uncle was a metal-detecting junkie, and the pier was over water that was only 2-3 feet deep. We went ahead and skipped that part of the ceremony, but after it was over he rolled up his pant legs and found the damn thing. We ended up having that part of the ceremony during the reception, and he got a big round of applause from the whole room. Ended up being the best part of the wedding, other than my brother joining on the mother-son dance to start an irish jig. But in all seriousness, watching this made me die inside as well. I mean, who on earth still films vertically?
7 Dec 2017 21:31 - +953
Oh that poor dude. Are officials insured for that kind of fuck up?
7 Dec 2017 22:13 - +303
The groom pauses but you can tell he laughs it off at the end. Good husband material right there. Knows not to sweat the small stuff, like material things. She’s still your wife, ring or no ring. And it’s just money. His little laugh at the end says a lot about him.
7 Dec 2017 21:45 - +254
Doesn’t look like it’s his fault really, as soon as he opens the box it falls out. Wasn’t shoved down in there good enough... I’d blame it on the best man that handed me the box lol
7 Dec 2017 21:23 - +213
Wasn't this a prank? I feel like I've seen one like this and they were messing with the bride or something.
8 Dec 2017 01:14 - +48
I am the groom in this video - AMA! lol
7 Dec 2017 22:58 - +39
"As long as I don't move I won't have to deal with what happens next."
7 Dec 2017 21:25 - +26
Just wow...
7 Dec 2017 23:28 - +24
I did this. Only as the best man. I’ve been through a lot of scary shit in my life. That tops them all. The wedding guests saw us looking in the grass and you could tell people were mumbling “oh shit...”. Fight or flight kicked in and I love them both they are my 2 best friends and they could kick my ass so it was gonna be flight. I couldn’t run because I didn’t have my keys. I didn’t really know the area it was in a nature reserve. Luckily it didn’t actually fall in the grass but slipped through a hole in the jacket and was in the liner. But for 5 minutes I was bawling like a baby inside. You can tell from pictures I’m still 25 shades redder than everyone else and probably still not breathing.
7 Dec 2017 23:04 - +23
Grreeeen liiiigghhtttt... REDLIGhT!
7 Dec 2017 23:06 - +18
It ain't like it's the Mississippi, just wade in there and look for it.
7 Dec 2017 23:43 - +16
This happened to my wife and me. We were on a pavilion over the water and my brother (best man) dropped the ring through the slats in the wood and everyone heard an audible plunk. I’m half deaf and didn’t hear it and only realized there was something wrong when my brother buried his head into his arm on my shoulder. The photographer got a great picture of it. Only wedding I’ve ever been to with a salvage diver. Turned into a whole thing.
7 Dec 2017 22:19 - +10
i thought the mannequin challenge wasnt a thing anymore
7 Dec 2017 23:09 - +9
Looks like a pond, they can find it...
7 Dec 2017 23:30 - +7
It looked like the mannequin challenge
7 Dec 2017 23:25 - +7
I bought insurance on the ring the moment I got in the car.
7 Dec 2017 23:49 - +5
Eh, in a year it'll be a funny story.
7 Dec 2017 23:38 - +4
You had one Job Larry. ONE FUCKING JOB
7 Dec 2017 23:01 - +4
There's only one logical thing to do after that. Jump after it. Go into the fucking water and search for it.
7 Dec 2017 22:13 - +3

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