Just for a laugh.

  1. OhForTheLoveOf says:

    Bob Saget called… He wants his schtick back.

  2. sdf says:

    can’t seem to find the companion piece – “old people involuntarily drop trow at the reception”

  3. Jägermeister says:


  4. Mark T. says:

    Interesting that the guys are fainting at five times the rate of the gals.

  5. Jetfire says:

    From what I have been able to find out about this. It may have something to do with locking you knees straight. Doing a google search on Locking Knees and found alot of military people saying not to lock you knees when standing for a period of time (Guard or Formation). They say something about restricting blood flow.

  6. John Paradox says:

    not to lock you knees when standing for a period of time

    Yes, a VERY bad idea to lock your knees.

    Also, I wonder about how many of the weddings wound up with the groom (or bride) passing out at a more… um, active.. time later.


  7. Smartalix says:

    Some of those are obvious narcolepsy cases.

  8. OhForTheLoveOf says:

    Frankly, I am offended by you blatant attempts to poke fun at the pain experienced by narcolep….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  9. Paperweight says:

    The overwhelming number were men. MMMMMMMMMM

    Is there a message there?

    Me thinks there is.

  10. Pfkad says:

    Most wedding ceremonies are a huge drag for everybody, but standing and trying to look attentive through one? This probably happens less than it should. Of course, there may also be some *night before* partying contributing, which may explain #4’s comment.

  11. laineypie says:

    that was hilarious, it really, really was.

  12. Greg Allen says:

    What is it about weddings? I go to church every week with baptisms, communion and other rituals but this mostly just happens at weddings. The knees are probably it but it also might be the clothing.

    I’ve seen a best man go down and it darn-near happened to me when I was a groomsman.

    I remember my vision was going black and thinking, “My… this feels nice… but … whoa!” and then I shook myself awake.

  13. jdmurray says:

    The first thing they teach you in high school marching band is never to lock your knees. You won’t pass out, but you’ll go fall forward like a ton of bricks. People that actually pass out fall backwards as their legs collapse.

  14. hhopper says:

    OFTLO – Didn’t you mean zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…WHACK!!

  15. Anonymous Coward says:

    Most were obviously drunk or hungover. Personally I prefer running through the crowd squirting puke through my fingers.


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