Weddings are a day where two souls unite to celebrate their love... and another soul unites to get into the photo of those two souls and ruin it. If there's a wedding, there's going to be a wedding photobomber. That's just the law of physics. We dare to you to get married without someone stepping into your photo and ruining it. You can't, right? It's literally physically impossible. You might as well embrace it, just like you're embracing your new spouse.
Nobody asked this cat what his opinion of the new couple was. But he decided to express it anyways. Spoiler: He's not a fan of the union.
"Why does everyone keep on saying that I clearly don't want to be here? I absolutely love being a flower girl! This is just my natural facial expression. I have resting 'weddings are gross' face. Can everyone stop making such a big deal about it?"
"Okay, everyone look cool like you're in Reservoir Dogs or on the album cover of a hipster band! Okay, now everyone look super confused while this girl scoots through! Now can we have the mom angrily chasing after her come in? These are going to be some great wedding photos..."
"Cheryl, don't marry him! I fought my way through a jungle, climbed a mountain and lost all my clothes just to tell you to not go through with it! Please don't tell me I'm too late to stop it! I'm naked and I'm freezing! I can't let my efforts be in vein!"
You'll remember your wedding forever. You'll also remember the face of the man on a bike who accidentally rode through it forever. At least this man is very aware that what he did was wrong. His grimace is the universal face for, "Ohhh... I messed up."
This face is literally all of us every time we attend a wedding alone. That statement is not an exaggeration. Ever single person in the world who has attended a wedding alone has made this exact same face.
This is what happens when you get married in a church haunted by a planker. At the stroke of midnight, if you listen closely, you can hear the phantom planker saying, "Did you take the photo yet? Hurry up, because I don't think I can hold this pose much longer." He's holding that pose for all eternity.
On the day that Megan and Steve celebrated finding each other, they lost Alan. At least everyone got to recycle the flowers for his burial at sea. There's a downside to everything, but there's also an upside to everything. It's just how you look at it.
That moment when the universe sends you a literal sign that what you're doing is wrong. Although, this is kind of on the wedding planner. You should never set up your altar right across a road sign, no matter what it is. Even a "Speed Limit 30" sign has got to be some kind of omen.