Synchronised dance at wedding hints at nightmare to come

A SYNCHRONISED dance at the beginning of a wedding reception has foreshadowed the hellish nightmare to come.

Carolyn Ryan, her new husband, plus the bridesmaids and groomsmen entered the room to the Black Eyed Peas’ I Gotta Feeling, as onlookers confirmed deep feelings of white hot loathing.

Best man Julian Cook said: “When they said we’d all be doing a dance the blood turned to ice in my veins. As we came into the venue I saw the horror in my soul reflected in the eyes of the guests. And that’s not even the worst part.”

Guests were seated next to people they had never met, to ‘stimulate conversation and start new friendships’. Instead of presents, the couple requested donations to a charity with guest encouraged to ‘give whatever their conscience asked of them’.

Cook said: “Also, instead of a band the bride’s sister performed a load of songs she’d written herself.

“One was called The Day I fell In love With My New Brother.”

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The Guardian reader's ways to blame environmental problems on other people

THE natural world is going to hell, but it can’t be your fault because you read the Guardian. Here are seven ways to blame everyone else: 

Fast fashion

Other people look better than you do. For years it’s made you feel inadequate, but now they’re the bad guys because it’s fast fashion and wasting 30,000 litres of water just so they can have three pairs of jeans and look stylish. Climate change placed firmly at their door.

Fancy food

Childless friends bragging about the Michelin-starred restaurant they’ve been to? Berate them about the exotic meats and vegetables that have been imported, with a unforgivably large carbon footprint, for their dinner. Ask if they enjoyed eating your children’s future.

Posh holidays

Your annual holiday isn’t camping in Wales because you can’t afford anything else. That’s a minor side reason. It’s because you care about the environment and they don’t, with their long-haul trips to the Dutch Antilles. Bastard despoilers.

Having children

Single? Yeah it’s a personal choice. Because actually bringing kids into a world of global warming and climate change is an act of cruelty. That you can’t make a relationship last beyond three months is irrelevant.

Having a well-paid job

Oh, you’re in charge of 62 people in four regional offices? And you’re fine having that kind of bloated, growth-obsessed workforce on your conscience, are you? You’ll be first against the wall when the Thunberg revolution comes.

Watching telly

Difficult to make a direct link, but most people already feel guilty about how much telly they watch so probably won’t quiz you about the details. It must be bad because bad people do it. Logic.

Using shampoo and conditioner

Full of microplastics, possibly, or in any case chemicals of some kind which have probably washed down a drain and killed a sea turtle already. Just for you to have glossy hair. Was it worth it? Was it?