How terrifying/hilarious is this?
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terrifying, yes, but I can’t stop laughing.
why are those people wearing denim and tshirts to a wedding?!?
Hope the poor girl got away with it, but good grief, how tacky were those flambé drinks/desserts things? Stick to booze from a bottle and cake on a plate, that’s what I say. You won’t go on fire to pay for crimes against taste.
hope someone broke that a…hole’s nose – what retard throws sth at a bride holding lit up drinks…
I don’t think that’s a wedding. I think it’s a quincinera. I’m probably spelling that wrong, but anyway, the thing that Mexicans do when they turn 15 years old.
There’s a reason they teach you stop, drop, and roll. And it’s largely so you don’t wander around fanning the flames like an idiot when your dress catches on fire. I’m glad she ended up okay though… How scary.
Dear Jess and writinggal its called Panic. let me set you on Fire and see how you react. we do things on instinct sometimes when were in pain Sheesh have a heart!
Sorry to burst your bubble but that isn’t a wedding dress…not even a wedding. It’s the typical “quinceañera” party for 15yr olds, usually a latin custom. Funny nevertheless
Actually, I saw this video on CMT’s Wedding bloopers show so it is absolutely a wedding.
Wow, one thing I’m not having at my wedding is is fire. Horrifying.
It IS a mexican Quincenera party, like a bat mitzvah. It’s how the 15 year old “debuts” to society. The flaming drinks she’s serving are her way of becoming a woman.
It definitely is a Quinceanera, I saw an interview with people who were there. Apparently earlier in the ceremony they released doves (or some other sort of bird) and that’s what flew into the drinks.
Yes, the flaming drinks are a tradition of the quinceanera’s fiesta. And so it’s a bird which flew into the drinks ?
Please reply, where did you see the interview and what said the people ?
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