89 Awkward Russian Wedding Photos That Are So Bad They’re Good | Bored Panda
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Brides think it's fair to say that in Russia, they do the traditional wedding photos somewhat differently.
While in the Western world it's all about romance, jenifer coolidge naked and gazing longingly into each other's eyes, Russian couples choose to let their humor and personalities shine through. And as you will see, they sometimes come up with bizarrely creative and hilarious examples that will never be forgotten!
The Russian wedding traditions might lead to the outcome of these hilariously funny picturesas the celebration involves indecent amounts of Vodka, foods, and dancing that might last up until a week. Surely, after partying for a week, some bizarre ideas are bound to pop into your head.
From questionably tacky efforts and the infamous slav squat in every second picture to some that are obviously poking fun at themselves, these guys clearly love using brunette ass cheeks on knees photoshop almost as much as they love each other. To celebrate this, we here at Bored Panda have compiled a list of our favorites for you to enjoy and take inspiration from if you want your wedding pictures to be a little different from the boring standard formula that we tend to stick to.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate that dress Pikaburu Russian. Her 3 wishes might be: Put the toilet seat down. No wet towel on the floor.
Do the dishes. I think this shows her fun sense of humour One needs photos be able to titled at yourself, right? At least this is quite sweet, some of the others have been been disturbing and downright WTF?! Hee hee Here in South Africa, especially in the Cape Malay culture, you get these plastic swans at every single wedding without fail I cringe to think if they ever saw this!
Yes, because this is totally where we park our freaky looking cars What's with the lady in the cow? Is this a traditional Russian or other ethnic thing? A family thing?