The popular Netflix show Squid Game has captivated the world with it’s gripping, nail-biting suspense. The game is set in an island where people play to win Kandia shells and share their wealth equally if they’re still alive after four months without losing anyone else or getting eaten by crocodiles (or something like that). It also blended beautifully into society as many cultures began wearing uniforms worn during gameplay; some folks even went so far as to wear outfits built for guarding against these dangerous creatures! But one group took things up a notch: instead of simply donning traditional dress clothes at weddings – which can be boring no matter how fancy looking–these couples wanted dresses made specifically designed around protecting oneself from all sorts of harm should disaster strike.
It all began when wedding emcee Antony Gitau alias Mc Tony showed up for a ruracio in Gatundu north on Saturday with a handful of masks in his bag.
“I have always wanted to make my events interesting, especially Ruracios, which are traditionally not as fun as weddings,” Gitau told Citizen Digital on Monday.
“So I had these masks and decided to carry them to the event, because I always want to do something extra for the client,”
When all was said and done, it was the groom’s turn to pick his bride from a four women who were covered from head to toe with wrapper.
We are just happy that the groom was not shot to death incase he picked the wrong girl in front of her parents and elders
According to the wedding emcee, there was another catch in the order in which the brides maids wore the masks.
One wore a mask with a circle, another with a triangle, one with a square and another with humanoid mask.
“You see, from the show, you could tell the ranks and hierachy of the guards based on the masks they wore,” Gitau added.
“Workers with square shapes oversee the other workers and the players. The triangle shape masks are traditionally the protectors/enforcers and armed with weapons,”
The guards who wore masks with a circle were of the lowest rank, handling cleaning up and disposing of the dead players.
Meanwhile, in Gatundu North, the bride aptly wore a mask with a triangle on Saturday, and according to Gitau, it was the indication that she is always present, round the clock.