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Bridezilla Calls Sister A ‘Raging B****’ When She Can’t Afford To Come To Her Wedding


Planning a wedding can be very stressful. The more you plan, the more things can go wrong, and, well, it can take a village to ensure that everything goes seamlessly. If you're lucky you have a supportive circle of family and friends by your side to help you through it. It's normal to expect some help, but that doesn't mean you can start acting overly entitled and expect the world from each person you know. You may be getting married, but everyone else also has a life and in our humble opinion, it's not their job to drop everything for your 'happy day.'


Bridezilla Calls Sister A ‘Raging B****’ When She Can’t Afford To Come To Her Wedding| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/Laeigh • 11h AITA for calling my sister a bridezilla and saying her wedding is not worth going broke over?
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Wedding Stories That Must Be Shamed

Weddings are meant to be a time of joy and a celebration of love. A couple getting together surrounded by their friends and family, declaring their love and making it official, is certainly something beautiful. But sometimes, it's not that simple. Throw in a bridezilla, a mother-in-law who wears white, and lots of alcohol, and you've got yourself a bit of a sh*tshow. But what's a wedding without some drama, right? Check out these wedding stories that are so bad they deserve all the shaming they can get. I know I'm cringing reading through them!

awful wedding stories which deserve to be shamed | thumbnail Text - spooky kidney bean queen @HollyBiology | Holly Gross so my Ex and my former best friend are getting married and I'm credited on their wedding website with introducing them, but the catch is I was DATING HIM at the time. would very much like to be excluded from this narrative. 7:52 AM Nov 3, 2019 - Twitter for iPhone 6.5K Retweets 832 Quote Tweets 122.6K Likes >
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Wedding Guest Accused Of Upstaging Bride Just Because She Looked Nicer

Most brides dream about being the center of attention on their wedding day and want to be the show stopper of the whole event. And most people know that they should never look more extravagant than the bride not to steal her thunder. But what happens when the bride doesn't make much of an effort, and the guests do? The guests end up looking nicer than the bride, which throws the whole balance off. One woman was in that exact situation at her cousin's wedding and got accused of upstaging the bride by her family, and she took to Reddit's Am I The A-hole to ask if she was in the wrong. Redditors jumped to her defense, telling her that it's not her fault the bride chose an understated look and that she should dress as fabulously as she wanted. Here's her story.



Wedding Guest Accused Of Upstaging Bride Just Because She Looked Nice | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Most_Ad9687 E 7 S E 12 AITA for dressing nicer than the the bride at my cousin's wedding? Not the A-hole I got invited to my cousin's very small wedding, which was last week. I had never met her before the wedding, so I knew it was important to make a good impression. I also have deep insecurities about how I look due to being bullied as a child, so I always need to look as nice as possible when
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Toxic Bride Repeatedly Tells Friend That Her Boyfriend Is Far Too Good For Her

Best friends are usually there to provide advice and guidance to us throughout our hard times. They're also one of the only people who will be brutally honest with us when everybody else subtly sugar-coats stuff. But whichever role they take, they're meant to have our best interests at heart. Having a toxic best friend is no different than having a toxic boyfriend, the red flags can be really hard to see in either situation. Sometimes something major has to take place in order for you to finally see them for the sh*tty person they are. Better late than never we suppose...

Toxic Woman Repeatedly Tells Friend That Her Current Boyfriend Is Too Good For Her| thumbnail text - r/AmItheAsshole Posted by u/notreallyadoubledate 15 hours ago 13.4k 18 15 3 22 44 AITA for telling my friend I don't want to be her bridesmaid anymore?
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Entitled Mother Brings Rowdy Children To Sister's Wedding, Gets Kicked Out Of Ceremony

Children are a wonderful gift to this world. They are adorable, inspiringly optimistic, and often restore our faith in humanity by being so kind. But that being said, no child is perfect all the time, they could be chill half the time, but you can never really predict when their evil side is going to make an appearance.

A woman shared her story on the 'Am I The A-Hole' page on Reddit. She explains that she wanted a child-free wedding. Meaning, even though she had nothing against children she didn't want the possibility of them throwing a fit while she says her 'I do's.' Everybody respected her rule, except for her sister... And the end result was some big fat juicy family tension.

Entitled Mother Brings Rowdy Children To Sister's Wedding, Gets Kicked Out Of Ceremony| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/Adorinina · 4h + Join 4 AITA for making my sister leave my wedding reception after her son acted up during my ceremony?
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Bride Plans Wedding On Anniversary Of Best Friend's Mother's Death, Tells Her To Move On

Getting married is a big deal. A lot of thought and planning goes into the event. Many of us, men and women, begin fantasizing about what it will look like from a suspiciously young age. It's a desire that keeps us motivated even when we experience so many disaster dates on the way. But in general, it's something we look forward to experiencing, and some of us even get to do it more than once. 

A Reddit user asked the 'Am I The A-hole' community if she was in the wrong for asking to come to her friend's wedding late since she planned it to be exactly one year after her mother's passing. There is clearly so much to unwrap here.

Like I said, weddings are definitely a big deal, and it's ideal to be surrounded by your closest friends. But if that's important to you... maybe don't plan it on the anniversary of your best friend's death. Just a tip.

Bride Plans Wedding On Anniversary Of Best Friend's Mother's Death, Tells Her To Move On| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole + Join u/PuzzledAtmosphere258 · 6h 2 1 3 1 AITA for being upset at the wedding date my friend chose?
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Bride Accused Of Being Bridezilla After Asking Bridesmaid Not To Wear Black Boots To Wedding

Bridezillas are notorious for being total nightmares when it comes to controlling everyone and everything surrounding their wedding. But sometimes, brides do make requests from their bridesmaids or anyone else in their wedding party regarding dress code, which might be reasonable. One bride posted on Reddit's Am I The A—hole asking if she was wrong to insist her sister, who was being her bridesmaid, not wear black boots to her wedding when the theme was beige. Bridezillas have given all brides such a bad rep that even the most reasonable requests get taken out of proportion and turned into Bridezilla stories. Who do you think was in the wrong here?




Bride wants to know if she's being a Bridezilla to tell her bridesmaid not to wear black shoes to her wedding | thumbnail text - Posted by u/inessathedruid 4 days ago S 2 AITA for insisting my bridesmaid not wear black shoes at my wedding Not the A-hole This is ridiculous. But I need someone to tell me if I'm being a bridezilla or not, because my fiancé, other bridesmaids/groomsmen are with me on this, but my sister and mother are making me feel like a complete a hole.
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Karen Dishes Out Entitled Advice To Woman Who Threw Smoothie At Employee

Cheezcake's resident Karen gives out the best advice for those seeking to live their most entitled life on a weekly basis. This week, Karen's taking on incompetent employees at juice bars, burger joints, and bakeries. No employee or manager will rest until she gets exactly what she wants. Scroll down to enjoy this week's questions, and what Karen had to say about them. 

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Karen dishes out satirical advice on a weekly basis | thumbnail text: Dear Karen, an advice column guaranteeing the privilege you're entitled to on a weekly basis
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Bride Bans Sister From Wearing Makeup To Her Wedding, Controlling Fiancé Suspected

Brides come in all shapes and forms. Some are chilled out, only wanting to have a good time on their big day, surrounded by their loved ones. Others, however, become full-on bridezillas and make life a total nightmare for everyone around them. Those are the brides you should avoid at all costs, ideally having as little contact with them as possible. But what happens when the bridezilla is your sister, and her unreasonable demands include requesting that you not wear makeup to her wedding? To make matters worse, what do you do when you suspect that the ridiculous condition is actually coming from her fiancé? Surely it would raise a red flag or two? One woman posted this predicament on Reddit's Am I The As*hole, questioning whether her sister was being unreasonable, emphasizing that she wouldn't feel comfortable attending the wedding without wearing makeup.




woman bans sister from wearing makeup to her wedding, sister suspects controlling fiancé | thumbnail text - Posted by u/DCW_92 2 days ago AITA for insisting I wear makeup at my sisters wedding? Not the A-hole My sister is getting married this July, family only affair at a family house due to COVID. I offered last month to book a hair and make up artist to do her, my and our mothers hair and make up on the day. She told me a few weeks ago she doesn't want to wear make up which didn't surprise me
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Bridezilla Gets Roasted For Forcing Guest To Cover Tattoos And Dye Hair

Weddings are stressful to plan; you want everything to be perfect for your special day. After all, you (hopefully) only have one wedding and you want to get it right! But sometimes the stress can get the better of the bride-to-be which can make them a little, or very unreasonable. One bride who insisted one of her guests cover up her tattoos and dye her hair (at a great expense) because her look "clashed" with the aesthetic of the wedding has been shamed in a bridezilla-shaming Facebook group by the guest. Check out her unreasonable request below, as well as how Facebook users jumped to the guest's defense. 

guest shames bridezilla online facebook crazy bride tattoo | Hey so with my wedding wanted ask if could please make sure tattoos are covered could maybe fix hair up so 's natural cover put lot work into our theme and sorry but look clashes with Even if just put some spray or something on hair night just want too all look perfect and can send some ideas nice long sleeve dresses wear or just wear jacket. If want can give asked her same thing and two could go shopping together number cause
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'Bridezilla' Expects All Guests To Gift Her $400, Gets Utterly Roasted Online

Having a wedding is a big deal. The families throwing it often put a lot of time, effort, and money into planning a seamless event for the guests to enjoy. That being said, do the guests really owe the bride and groom anything more than their attendance? Sure, it is common to have a wedding registry, but should it be conditional?

Sometimes after so much planning and stressing, it's almost inevitable that someone will lose their mind. This is what appears to have happened to this 'Bridezilla' who insisted on her guest buying her items such as designer bags, expensive makeup, basically, anything totaling up to (but no less than) 400$.

Someone shared her list of expectations on Reddit, and not surprisingly, people sure did not approve.

'Bridezilla' Expects All Guests To Gift Her $400, Gets Utterly Roasted Online| thumbnail text - - Hey everyone!!e So we are all aware that my wedding is coming up in October!!!! I've already sent out all the invitations. Meaning most of you have gotten them! thanks for those who have RSVP'd already. If you have not, then please RSVP by Sunday otherwise we're not going to be able to have you.
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Bridesmaids Reveal The Worst 'Bridezilla' Moments They Experienced

There is a special place in hell for Bridezillas. Sure, it's your wedding day, and you want everything to be perfect. But that doesn't justify acting like the devil reincarnated, which some brides would do good to remember. From throwing tantrums when they don't get their way to insisting the bridal party spends obscene amounts of money on the bachelorette and bridesmaid dresses, there's something about wedding prep that brings out the worst in some people. When you're stressed, they say that you take it out on the people closest to you, which, when it comes to weddings, usually means the bridesmaids. Here are some shocking tales of Bridezilla weddings that bridesmaids were involved in, proving that Bridezillas are next-level crazy.

bridesmaids reveal worst bridezilla moments they experienced | thumbnail text - "I was best friends with the woman, literally, we did everything together. I wasn’t invited to the wedding because I was overweight and her mother thought that would limit bridesmaid dress choices and throw the wedding photos ‘off’".
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Wedding Planners Reveal Moment They Knew Marriage Wouldn't Last

Everyone loves a good wedding for the obvious reasons; love, open bar, and cake. But one thing that everyone secretly loves more at a wedding is some drama. And no one has access to the behind-the-scenes wedding dramas more than the staff who work the weddings. These wedding planners, photographers, and bar staff share the crazy things they witnessed at weddings when they realized the marriage was doomed from the start.

wedding planners reveal moments they realized weddings wouldn't last | thumbnail Text - photog99 512 points · 1 month ago Photographer here. Had a groomsmen hit on me all night, kept putting his hands on me. Told the bride and groom I was getting uncomfortable and they both just laughed at me. Ended up literally following me to the bathroom and started grabbing my boobs and trying to kiss me. Had to throw him off of me and told the bride and groom I was leaving after their dances, 1 hour before
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People Reveal Worst Weddings They Attended

Everyone loves a good wedding. A day full of romance, happiness, and celebration, watching two people celebrate their love is a beautiful thing. But let's be honest; no good wedding is complete without a little bit of drama. Whether it's a bridezilla, a nightmare mother-in-law, or drunk guests, they make for great stories. People on Reddit shared some of the worst weddings they've ever been to, and some of these anecdotes are real gold dust!



people reveal worst weddings they ever attended | thumbnail includes picture of bride and groom Text - The food gave EVERYONE really severe food poisoning the next day. Some even started feeling it a few hours in. Picky eaters won that day.
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Cringy Things Brides And Grooms Have Done At Weddings

For the most part, weddings are beautiful occasions, remembered for all the right reasons. But sometimes, newlyweds can be so horrendously awful that "till death do us part" has the guests wondering if that refers to them as well. An AskReddit thread asking people to share their stories of the cringiest things they've seen a bride and groom do for their wedding has revealed some truly socking tales, making us wonder if true love isn't just a front for 'pure psycho'. We'll let you be the judge of that; scroll through and watch your mouth drop to the floor!

Cringy Things Brides And Grooms Have Done At Their Weddings Cover Photo Example Of Bad Wedding | toxictribe 33.1k points 17 hours ago Bride shows up almost 2 hours late her own wedding. Southern California an open field no water no shade. She shows up and wants get married her yoga outfit groom shut down and she refused change her clothes groom decided leave her looking stupid and they never got married.
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Delusional Bridezilla Is Demanding All Her Bridesmaid Be The Same Height For Her Wedding Day

Oh boy, here we go again! We're in the midst of wedding season and the stories are just getting stranger and stranger. This time, we've got bridezilla who is demanding all her bridesmaids be the exact same height. The height? 5'10" (177.8cm). That's a bit bizarre, but what if you're 5-freaking-3?  

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