The Grandma With All The Moves.
She’s 80 and still dominating the dance floor. Although everyone is a little afraid she’s gonna break a hip.
The Lightweight Relative
This person usually only gets drunk at family events, so they’re not really that great at controlling themselves. They can usually be found on top of the bar or stage-whispering that they never really liked their mother-in-law anyway.
The Annoying Troupe of Kids.
If you’re unfortunate enough to be attending a wedding where kids are allowed, be prepared to have swarms of little brats crawling under your feet, and dropping leis and plastic guitars everywhere, making dancing almost impossible.
The Seasoned Alcoholic Relative
This person is a lot of fun, especially at weddings. But getting him/her off the dance floor at the end of the night can be a pain. Usually because they are literally sprawled out on the floor.
The Older Guest That Wants To Grind With You
No thank you. You are sixty. And smell like bad scotch.
The Person Too Busy Using Their Phone To Dance Correctly
I wanna dance, but first, lemme take a selfie.
The King/Queen of Line Dances
This person makes sure EVERYONE is on the floor for the Cotton Eyed Joe. They will probably go as far as to rip you from your seats.
The DJ Hog
This person basically is giving all the requests and sloppily putting their drink down all over the DJ equipment. It’s best to stop them quickly before you have to listen to Donna Summer over and over again for the rest of the night.
The Shoes-Off Dancer With Terrible Feet
Sure, high heels are a pain to dance in, which is why most gals ditch em. But no one wants to see un-pedicured, nasty feet and toenails. And no one wants to smell them either.