Best man's speech makes everyone realise groom is genuinely awful person

A BEST man speech has succeeded in turning everyone the groom has ever cared about against him.

After a vaguely touching childhood story, best man, Wayne Hayes, told a series of anecdotes that left all 150 wedding guests painfully aware that groom, Stephen Malley is a despicable piece of shit.

Guest Clare Bradford said: “Not only should he not be marrying anyone, he should almost certainly be in prison. Forging signatures is not ‘cheeky fun’.

“After five minutes of increasingly vile stories people were openly weeping. Some of Stephen’s own relatives had to be held back from punching him.

“The story about the elderly couple, the stuffed badger and the magic mushrooms was horrendous.

“They must have been absolutely terrified.”

Sign up now to get
The Daily Mash
free Headlines email – every weekday

The toddler's guide to being taken to a music festival

IT may feel as if your parents are trying to traumatise or actually kill you by taking you to a music festival, but they are just idiots. Here’s how to avoid being mentally scarred for life.

Keep your ear protectors on at all times
Your parents will have made a big deal of buying day-glo ear protectors to show what good people they are. Remember – they won’t just protect your barely-formed ear drums, they’ll blot out the half-pissed muso posturings of their awful friends too.

Fake enthusiasm for this shit
You want to hear The Wiggles or Baby Shark, of course you do. But if you can pick an artist to feign enjoying – ‘Daddy, I wuv Nick Cave!’ – rather than let on that you’re dangerously bored, your hipster parents will be charmed beyond belief.

Enjoy the dance party
Is Mummy usually too tired to dance around with you? Not when she’s had four pints of scrumpy cider!

Be thankful for your nappy
Walking around in your own filth is normally not that dignified, but it’s utopian luxury compared with the toilet facilities the rest of the festival-goers will be enduring. Enjoy looking them in the eye as you fill your pants. 

Be Instagrammable
Don’t forget what this is all about: not having a fun time as a family, but getting some adorable pictures for Instagram and Facebook to show the world what groovy, progressive people your parents are. #FirstFestival!