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Ultra Music Festival: Here's a Girl Having a Full-Blown Romance With a Tree, UPDATED With Bonus Naked Dude

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There are so many beautiful moments in this YouTube video of a girl making out with and humping a tree at Ultra Music Festival. Our favorite comes at the 1:40 mark, when she sassily slaps it and tells it to shut up before hurling her body at the tree. What did the tree say, girl?

And tree, cherish this moment. That girl is way out of your league.

Update: To further your study of the effects of drug use on Ultra revelers, is a video of a casual naked dude getting arrested (thanks to reader Daniel for the tip):

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