That pile of Venezuelan currency (Bolivar) is equivalent to 1 U.S. Dollar. In fact, as I write this, one USD is worth about 140,000 Venezuelan Bolivars. Looks like you’d need a wheelbarrow of cash just to buy a loaf of bread…if there is even any bread left on the shelves.
I’ve experienced weddings from a few different perspectives: as a guest, as the co-star, in a supporting role and as the bartender. Bartending is a great gig for a college-age kid by the way.
Bartenders are notoriously observant…especially once the guests are loosened up and start filling the dance floor because this is the time when things start to slow down for the bartenders giving them a chance to really observe the festivities.
Not long after this point (sometimes it feels far too soon when you’re a guest) the party begins winding down, and the cleanup begins, but you don’t need to be a bartender to make the following observations. In fact, I’m sure you’ve already made these observations: