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Tina Turner herself would stand up and applaud.

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Flash mob proposals are getting common to the point that I'm disappointed when I'm in a mall or a park and one doesn't happen.

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When I first played this, I thought, "ho-hum, another surprise dance video." But the sheer explicitness (contains multiple f-bombs!) of this couple's movie homage soundtrack choice made me cringe. I wonder if their own respective mothers were expecting the line, "Imma execute every mothaf**king last one of you!" In their children's day of holy matrimony?

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When weddings are crashed by the tiniest of attendants

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Zelda says: "My now-husband and I wanted to bring high energy to our reception, so we kicked off the dancing with a choreographed piece filled with inside jokes, dance references, and a tribute to a great dancer on youtube."

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Hey man, if you don't book your location far enough in advance during peak wedding season, you may be forced to take drastic measures.

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Let's admit it, watching a couple sway back and forth for three and a half minutes isn't the most riveting thing, especially after sitting and watching them stand and gaze at each other for anywhere from ten to sixty minutes beforehand.

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The groom at this wedding is the former Bucky Badger mascot of the University of Wisconsin. He made an appearance as his furry alter ego to dance with his new wife. The only question is, which one does she love? HIM OR THE BADGER?