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Drunk bride tries to order tacos from Taco Bell drive-thru on foot

Drunk bride tries to order from Taco Bell drive-thru on foot after her wedding reception
We can relate: Drunk bride tries to order tacos from Taco Bell drive-thru on foot post-wedding reception

Late night tacos are a godsend when you've had too much to drink and the only thing you can envision clearly is some greasy Mexican food. And the drunk cravings don't go away when you've gotten older, wiser or married. Just look at this photo one husband posted of his drunk bride at a Taco Bell drive-thru. 

The husband, who goes by the name Turnaroundslowly on Reddit, posted a photo of his bride to the site Thursday with the caption: "My drunk wife trying to order Taco Bell after the reception." 

In the photo, the bride is wearing her wedding dress, bent over the drive-thru intercom. Resonating with drunk taco eaters everywhere, the photo went viral with more than 1 million views. 

In response to one commentor asking why the bride and groom were at Taco Bell, the husband responded: "Because we like to party. And it was next to the hotel." 

The last time we checked, you couldn't walk through a drive-thru. But even if she didn't get her manicured hands on any tacos, we applaud her effort. 

And if you're wondering what her dress looks like in an angle where she's not bending over to order tacos, her husband posted some photos here

If she understands the need to indulge in drunk cravings, even in a wedding dress, we're thinking she's a keeper. 

I probably invented Doritos Locos Tacos back in '89. Follow me on Twitter @Jenn_Harris_.

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