Love Triangle

DRAMA: Bride Discovers Her Groom is Gay When his BF Crashes Their Wedding

Don’t you hate it when that happens? DRAMA! Here’s a translation:

Boyfriend: You shut up, us two were together long before you entered the picture!

Bride: What do you mean you two were together long before I was in the picture?

Groom: Hey hey, don’t get physical, don’t get physical.

Bride: Just who the fuck are you!?

Boyfriend: Shut up!

Bride: It’s my wedding, what are you doing here?! Who are you? Who is he?

Groom: Wait, wait, wait.

Bride: Who is he? Tell me, who is he?

Groom: Let me explain.

Boyfriend: Don’t explain to her.

Bride: What are you doing, what fucking business is it of yours?

Best Man: Enough, enough, both of you calm down.

Bride: Tell me, who is he? Who is he?!

Bride: You come back here!

This looks pretty real to us and our online research doesn’t argue with its authenticity. What do you think?

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  • SuperCat

    It’s entirely possible this is real. I read plenty of gay people hide their sexuality and get married in China due to social pressure.

  • bob

    This is why you need two legal-sized note pads when planning the seating arrangements. One for the invitation list, one for the psycho-ex list.

  • babo

    aww what a horrible thing to happen to anyone. Seems pretty real to me though.

  • Doodles

    Yea I live in China, and this was on the news and webosphere 2 1/2 weeks ago. Everyone knows it was a publicity stunt. Mainly cause the same people have done it with a hetero couple two times already. So yea, not much to see here folks!

  • Jakey

    I dunno, looks fake to me. I find it especially hard to believe the groom would run off with the boyfriend without even resisting.

    And aha, good thing I read the comments before posting. Pretty funny as an ad for running shoes, though!

  • Red Meat

    Its an ad, I like when he takes him by the arm and runs away “my husband, bitch!”

  • Pete

    If it’s an as, it will make people hate gays, and feed into the arguments of those who say that same sex marriage weakens “real” marriage. If it is ad, it should be pulled for being anti-gay.

  • Ray

    I’m going with fake unless they were getting married outside the mall and no one was invited. No one in the back ground seems dressed for a wedding.

  • TMikel

    It’s fake!

  • Eric


  • Steve

    At traditional weddings in every country, the priest asks if anyone in the congregation knows of any reason why the couple should not be wed. The question is usually explained as asking if either of them is already married to someone else — If either the bride or the groom is already married to someone else, someone in the congregation would know about it. The question is important to ask because, historically, marriages were not always formal, licensed church weddings, and common-law marriages were recognized. Indeed, peasants normally had only common-law marriages, as they could not afford to hire the church service.

    Apparently, the common-law spouse objects to this particular wedding.

  • Joel

    Fake.. Just a commercial for running shoes. Funny as hell tho!

  • Lux

    It’s a nice wedding dress though

  • McGullen

    So the groom doesn’t want things to get physical with his bride-to-be. Yeah, he’s gay.

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