"I wanted to perform my party trick...I expected lots of applause after I did it and never guess someone would repeat it."
"It" refers to that time honoured wedding reception game: Russian Roulette.
What ever could go wrong?
Well, for starters, someone could get shot in the head. Which is what happened last weekend at a wedding in Astrakhan, Russia, a city as pretty as its name.
The aforementioned guest was, according to Russian TV reports, giving a toast at the wedding when he pretended he was playing the deadly game, holding a gun against his head and firing the weapon he supposedly thought was empty.
No bullet in that chamber.
When he gave the gun to another guest, it turned out he had been tragically wrong.
The second guest fired the handgun against his head and dropped to ground as a rubber bullet exploded into his skull.
He, guest number two, is in hospital with brain damage and paralysis. Guest number one, who swears it is his best joke ever and cannot understand what went wrong, is in jail. In Russia. C'est fun.