Bride shamed for 'white trash' wedding: 'Worst thing I have seen'
A bride has been roasted online after she shared photos from her ‘white trash’ wedding in Arizona.
Wearing a short lace dress with a tutu, the bride even coloured a tooth black to pretend it was missing for the 'hillbilly' theme.
Photos were posted to a popular Facebook wedding group, with the caption reading: “Found in the wild. AZ river rat white trash wedding. Complete with Coors light hat and tighty-whities shirt for the groom, and a missing tooth for the bride.”
The bride proudly wore a pair of camo Crocs, while the groom stood out with his denim cut-off shorts and an ugly hat made from an old beer box.
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On closer inspection, the groom is actually wearing a pair of white underwear as a shirt, with his belly hanging out and a black bowtie loosely hanging on top.
Two signs were placed in front of three camping chairs, with one reading “SAME VAGINA FOREVER”, and the other spelling out “SHE DESERVES BETTER”.
The bride is also seen engaging in ‘confusing’ behaviour, pouring champagne down her friend’s mouth — who also happens to be dressed as a nun.
People were baffled by the ceremony, with one writing: “What the hell is happening here?”
“I don’t understand any of it,” another added.
“Omg. The location. The nun (????). This is the worst thing I have seen this month,” a third chimed in.
It wasn’t long before the couple were slammed for their wedding theme.
“THIS IS IT. THIS IS THE ABSOLUTE WORST. EVER. ANYWHERE ON EARTH,” one wrote.
“There’s nothing I don’t hate about this,” a second commented.
“So this is like a joke? They used their wedding to make fun of poor, typically uneducated people?” another asked.
“Oh my god. They clearly deserve each other. There is always a person for everybody, I suppose,” a fourth remarked.
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