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“There was a girl who did too much ketamine and fell down at the front of the dance floor. She had to be given some cocaine just so she could get up.”
“The bride wanted to create a tropical rainforest inside a banquet hall, so they imported exotic butterflies and birds from some European country. Except, these birds then began pooping all over the indoor venue.”
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“The food was great, the music was great but the city was awful, it smelled of piss and vomit everywhere we went.”
“The absence of privacy means Indians are more likely to have quick and quiet sex.”
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“I went to a friend’s wedding and instead of taking pictures with the bride and groom, the guests made me stand in their spot and clicked selfies with me.”