What I would expect? I see two minorities there. I didn't expect that.
Everything else, yeah pretty much.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
We're not gonna make it, are we? People, I mean.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Actually, the original title is "My BIG FAT Juggalo Wedding"!
YES! I was SURE someone would beat me to that one!
For 22nd century archaeologists :
The setting between two houses represents the uniting of familial territories via the ceremony. Feral children are present as symbols of the natural regenerative energy of nature. The corn syrup liquid is a represented endowment of the fertility of the elders upon the younger couple, a kind of magic, along with the dancing children, to encourage fruitful reproduction. The minister of the ceremony is wearing shamanic makeup to set him apart as the priest caste, which grants him the authority from nature to sanctify this union. As such he is acting as an avatar of natural living forces, the desire to bond and reproduce given a ritual mask to wear and be present. The chairs in the back row are the seats of ancient ancestors, related and not, behind the living family circle, observing from the dignity of history and unity with all peoples.
Is this a new TLC show?
I'd still take this over a big, expensive, self indulgent church wedding any day.
The bride is much more attractive than expected. Not that she is attractive.
I hope I don't get drenged in Faygo any time soon.
Only one person in a Rascal?
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