People Are Freaking Over This X-Rated Blowjob 'Wedding Game' Video

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Highly inappropriate video causes uproar.
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Harmless fun or disgusting show of inappropriate behavior?

Weddings can be boring, especially if the ceremony lasts for a really long time, so people like to have fun at the wedding reception.

Every culture has its own wedding traditions, but one thing that seems to be true for all cultures is the desire to cut loose and have fun at a wedding. People seem to think what happens at the wedding stays at the wedding.

Think about it: how often have you seen completely inappropriate behavior at a wedding? There's the drunk speeches, the hookups between the bridesmaids and the groomsmen, and the drunken dances to the most inappropriate of songs, the Macarena.

What I'm saying is that people do a lot of crazy things at weddings. Take for example this video that's blowing up on the Internet, which shows a party game being played at a Kazakhstan wedding.

In the video, a young woman with her arms tied behind her back eats a banana from a man's lap. It seems like something that would be more appropriate for an adults-only bridal shower, not a wedding, but it looks like this family thought it would be fun.

There are many unique Kazakh wedding traditions including Shege Sapa which is when the father presents a coat to the main matchmaker, or during the wedding ceremony when the bride and groom drink a bowl of water that has dissolved sugar and salt in it (this is said to guarantee the couple a happy family life).

What really upsets people about the video is that there is a little girl within range of the game blowing up a balloon. Yes, this game isn't appropriate for children to witness, and it's especially shocking that the other wedding guests are laughing and give no indication that they have any problem with a recreation of oral sex is being performed in front of children.

A Kazakh activist Talgat Sholtaev posted the video and wrote, "I am the man born to protect the Kazakh nation. What do you about the video? What would you do with them?" It seems as if he's suggesting that someone should be arrested, but who? The people playing the game or the people who planned the wedding?

One user replied to Sholtaev's post, saying, "This is just awful and disgusting, our society is sick and to save ourselves from extinction we need to take some action. Sick people... sick games..." 

Another commenter thought that it wasn't that big a deal. "I am sick and tired of these so-called moral and self-righteous people. Do you understand what are you saying? This was just a game and that was it."

Here's the video and you can decide for yourself if it was just harmless party fun or an obscene act that signals the end of Kazakhstan society.



The Mirror

People are always going to do embarrassing and inappropriate things at a wedding, but shouldn't we draw the line when children are involved? If you're going to do some naughty party games, do it somewhere where not only children can't see you, but anyone else who may feel uncomfortable at witnessing it.