"I used to work at a wedding venue, and this is the first story that comes to mind. At this particular venue, there was a bridal suite and a groom suite where the wedding party could get ready onsite, have a couple of drinks, hang out, watch movies, bring game consoles in to play, etc. (we had a huge flat screen in the groom’s suite with a pool table). Since the groomsmen always got ready fast and had their pictures done first, it wasn’t that uncommon for people to want to do other things while they waited for the ceremony and the wedding to start. ANYWAY, when it came time for the other coordinator and me to line the bridal party up for the ceremony, we went to the groom’s suite to make sure he was ready to go since the ceremony was starting very, very soon. We walked in to find him half-dressed, sitting on the couch playing whatever game. He didn’t even bother to look up at us.
Myself and the other coordinator said, 'Hey [groom], we already started lining everyone up. It’s time to start your ceremony. We need you…since it’s your wedding.' No joke, he sat there silently and continued to play his game until he said, 'Yeah, give me a second. I really can’t pause this right now.' RIGHT BEFORE HIS OWN DAMN WEDDING CEREMONY. The ceremony ended up being delayed because he didn’t want to separate himself from his game. On his wedding day. If I’m not mistaken, they divorced after four months."