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Man Trolled For Telling Pregnant Fiancé Not To Wear Tight Wedding Dress, Because It's 'Tacky'

Most brides look breathtaking whatever their dress choice (except the few like these, who get it wrong). But sometimes, life throws curveballs at you, and you have to roll with the punches. Some brides aren't always able to wear their dream dress for various reasons, especially in the current COVID climate, where no one knows what the hell is going on. Planning a wedding nowadays is difficult for everyone, and one couple decided they didn't want to wait until they could have their dream wedding and wanted to start trying for a baby first instead. They got pregnant straight away and immediately started planning their wedding, which would occur when the bride was 30 weeks pregnant. No biggie, because, as most open-minded people would agree, a pregnant bride is a glowing bride, and a glowing bride is a happy bride.  But not according to this woman's fiance, who posted on Reddit's Am I The Ahole, claiming that he thinks her choice of tight-fitting wedding dress is trashy, and "flaunting her pregnancy while we're getting married would be a bad look". Shockingly, she didn't take well to her fiance essentially shaming her for being pregnant at their wedding—a process in which he was clearly a willing participant. Redditers jumped to her defense, calling him out to be the massive ahole that he is.



man trolled for telling pregnant fiancé that her tight fitting wedding dress is tacky | thumbnail text - Posted by u/PriorDragonfruit8147 3 months ago 2 AITA for telling my fiancé that it would be tacky for her to wear a wedding dress emphasizing her baby bump? Asshole ***Context:*** We were originally supposed to be married back in June, but that was canceled for obvious reasons. We're both in our 30s, so the plan had been to start trying for a baby right before our wedding. I wanted to delay t
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Woman's Hilarious Explanation For Selling Engagement Ring After Fiancé Cheated

A woman's attempt to sell her engagement ring has gone viral after her hilarious explanation for selling it. Although the reason she is selling it — because her disgusting fiancé slept with a prostitute, tried strangling her, and stole from his dementia-stricken father — wasn't the funny part, the way she told the story was. Lisa J Sconey posted her engagement ring on the Facebook group 'Rotherham Swap, Sell or Buy,' asking for £500, which equates to around $665. A fellow member of the group, Pam, asked her why she was selling it, which is when Lisa launched into the long-winded horror story of her repulsive ex-fiancé. Her blunt, heartbreaking, but hilarious way with words spoke to people's hearts, especially to Pam's. Pam launched a fundraiser titled: Raising £500 for the Lisa J Sconey. It has so far raised even more than that, and it's still going. Below is Lisa's crazy explanation.

woman writes hilarious explanation when someone asks why she's selling engagement ring on Facebook | thumbnail Why are getting rid 11h Like Reply Lisa J Sconey well Pam met this bloke about 3 years ago and thought he really nice, big soft giant, been hurt and cheated on bla bla bla going make happy so thought l'd give try being naive vulnerable person am and not realising everything he saying had happened him, is actually he had done his ex wife and all and before mother his children, im mug
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Man Tells Fiancé Not To Wear White Wedding Dress, Because No Longer A virgin

Reddit's Am I the A- hole is a place full of real, well... a**holes. But it's especially full of men who hold archaic, misogynistic views of the world and who deserve naming and shaming. Take this guy, for example, who asked his fiance not to wear a white wedding dress because she was no longer a virgin. Oh, and it was essentially only to please his "traditional" family. Unsurprisingly, she is having second thoughts about marrying this gem of a man, and he doesn't understand why. Redditers jumped to her defense, calling out his glaringly obvious red flags, such as the unhealthy boundaries between him and his family and the fact that their age gap of ten years creates some child-bride like dynamics. This poor girl needs to RUN, and fast, from this slut-shaming energy. Honestly, some people...

man tells his fiancé not to wear a white wedding dress because she's not a virgin anymore | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/SweetStickyThrowAway 2 days ago 3 82 AITA for convincing my girlfriend NOT to wear a white dress on our wedding day? Asshole So me (32M) and my soon to be wife (23F) are planing to get married in a few months. I come from a very religious house hold with strong Cristian beliefs and one of the traditions in my family is if the woman getting married isn't still a virgin they sho
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Woman Rejects Engagement Ring Originally Bought For BF's Ex, Debate Ensues

Getting engaged is one of the most exciting moments in a person's life; a moment of love, commitment, and pure happiness. The engagement ring is the symbol of all these emotions, and so it has to be special. Some girls know exactly what type of ring they want and drop numerous hints, so their BF's can come prepared. Others have no idea, and so they get proposed to with a temporary ring and then choose one together, afterward. And sometimes, the guy has a family heirloom with which to propose. But what happens when the guy proposes with a ring that he already used to propose to his ex-girlfriend? Is it OK to recycle engagement rings, or is that totally weird? One Reddit user found herself in that exact position and wants to know if she's an a**hole for not wanting to accept the ring. The responses were mostly in her favor, but some people jumped in to defend her seemingly clueless fiance. Check out the debate below...

women rejects engagement ring her BF used to propose to his ex GF with - cover pic woman describing the situation | My now fiance engaged couple years before got together, and they broke up and she gave ring back. don't want him spend whole other thousand dollars on ring but want ring meant not someone else.
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