Weddings are fun, only till the time your relatives don't grab your neck and start irritating you with comments like, "You're next" or "When are your wedding bells ringing?" We've all been there and I guess the awkwardness and silence that follows is universal.
While it's easy to avoid the relatives, whose sole purpose in life is to see you get married; what will you do if the same hint is dropped by your girlfriend at a wedding?
Throwing bouquet or 'kaleerein' towards bridesmaids is a common tradition at any wedding. In fact, it's said that woman who catches the bouquet will get married soon. While, it's considered to be a good sign for the woman, it's not quite the same for the guy (who has no intention of getting married anytime soon).
This man here, who goes by the name Daniel Gilbert, is internet's new-found hero who just gave courage to the millions of people around the world, by running for his life when he realised he might be the next in line to get married.
Gilbert was attending a wedding with his girlfriend Rachel Besley, who became the happiest guest at the wedding when she caught the bouquet. When Rachel was rejoicing, Gilbert's hilarious attempt was caught on camera where he was seen running towards the hills with a bottle in his hands.
The couple were celebrating with newly-weds Chelsea and Matt Best, who tied the knot in Kettering, Northampton.
We guess gone are the days of 'Runaway Bride', it's the era of 'Groomsmen running away' now. What will you do if you find yourself in a similar situation?