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People on Twitter are sharing the worst things that have happened at weddings

There but for the grace of God.

WHEN AN EVENT kicks off shortly after midday and last until the early hours of the following morning, you can be fairly sure someone, somewhere along the way, will make a holy show of themselves.

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And when that same event plies its guests with a rake of booze before they’ve even gotten their hands on as much as a vol-au-vent, you can be certain there’ll be at least one story to share with Twitter.

Last night, Jimmy Fallon got the ball rolling on a hashtag which pays homage to the potential shitshow that is the family wedding, and suffice to say #WeddingFail has made us all feel a little better about ourselves.

In other words, no matter what you’ve done in the past, you’re going to feel a little better about yourself after hearing what other people got up to.

Take a look at these…



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