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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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Naughtiest Things Single People Did At Weddings

When you put a plethora of attractive single men and women together, throw in some dancing, and add an open bar, what do you get?? Lots of naughty sexual activity, of course! Since it's wedding season once again, together with The Single Society, we are sharing all of the sexual debaucheries that have happened to our readers in order to make you feel less alone in your raunchy wedding sexcapades. Enjoy reading the 9 naughtiest things single people have done at a wedding.

 

naughtiest things single people did at weddings | thumbnail includes pop art image of two men and one woman Text - Why do weddings make me so horny? | broke up with my boyfriend of 5 years just before one of my best friend's weddings and ended up going solo. I went a little nuts and ended up having a threesome with the bride's cousin and his wife in the steam room of their villa
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Fed Up Fiance Demands Bride Choose Between Him And Her Overbearing Parents

Reddit's infamous "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit is always rife with drama at weddings and within families. A fresh thread we recently uncovered seems to have all the ingredients necessary for one juicy story. In this one, we've got overbearing parents trying to gain full control over the entire wedding, the bride-to-be who is blindly listening to everything they say, and her beyond pissed off and fed up fiance who wants nothing to do with their shenanigans. His future mother-in-law literally had the audacity to demand he change his best man of choice because she wasn't a fan. If that's not majorly overstepping her boundaries, we don't know what is. She went on to book a venue without asking either the bride or groom for confirmation. When we said this one was full of drama, we weren't kidding. Scroll down for more juicy details, and make your call on who the a$$hole in this situation is. 

wedding drama aita | thumbnail text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/throw354235 9 hours ago 9 12 3 3 A 9 AITA For telling my fianceé she's either with me or against me in this conflict? So My fianceè (F, 24) & I (M, 27) got engaged in may and are currently planning for our wedeing in Aug. It's worth mentioning that I'm the sole earner because my fianceé is still in University, I've saved up decent amount of money to afford the wedding.
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Controlling Grandma Bleaches Granddaughter's Hair Without Asking Her Mom

Children like to express themselves in different ways. Some like to wear funky clothes or take drama classes, and some like to temporarily dye their hair funky colors. There really isn't much harm in using temporary dye on a child. There are very safe ones that come out in 5-10 washes, hence the term 'temporary.' So if there isn't much risk, and it makes your child happy, what's the big deal? Bleach, on the other hand, is not something to be messed around with.

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Rude Girlfriend Complains At Family Wedding To Bride Because There Was 'Too Much Cheese'

It can be really difficult to have food limitations.A lot of people struggle with them every day for various health reasons. People are gluten-intolerant, vegetarian, nut-free,  lactose-intolerant, etc etc. When it's something you live with, you usually develop ways to ensure that there will be a food option for you wherever you go, since you can't really expect everyone to automatically be aware of and accommodate for your individual restrictions, especially if they're not life or death. However, some people forget that they're not the main character, and expect others to constantly bend over backward for them...

Rude Girlfriend Complains At Family Wedding To Bride Because There Was 'Too Much Cheese'| thumbnail text - Posted by u/Low-Special-8668 15 hours ago 33 2 9 É AITA for being honest with my boyfriend's mom when she asked if I was enjoying her wedding?
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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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Woman Gets Arrested For Having Sex In Public, Ruins Family Wedding

As the old dating adage goes, good d*ck can imprison you. Take it from this lady who knows from an unfortunate personal experience! A few margaritas and a beautiful Hawaiian beach seemed like a fabulous start to any vacation hookup story...until the cops show up and you are solely responsible for ruining someone's wedding! Whoops! This cringe-worthy Sexcapade story is hilarious as it is horrifying and simply TOO good not to share with the Cheezcake community. If you have a good Sexcapade to share with us, please do so here for a chance to be (anonymously) featured!

Woman Gets Arrested For Having Sex In Public, Ruins Family Wedding | thumbnail text - "After a few too many margaritas, we found ourselves doing it on a lounge chair on the beach around 3 AM. A cop approached us and we ended up being arrested for a lude act in public. When I didn't show up to take pictures, a search party of the hotel ensued..."
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'Jokester' Brother-In-Law Won't Shut Up During Surprise Proposal, Nearly Ruins It All

some people like to go very far with their wedding proposals. After all, you only hope to do it very few times. Some people go for an intimate ask, some go for a more public display of affection, and some go all out and plan a full-on surprise event. Whichever route is taken, people tend to put a lot of thought into their proposals, and what they don't need is some insecure jerk trying to make a joke out of it all. At least it becomes clear who not to invite to the actual wedding.

Jokester Brother-In-Law Won't Shut Up During Surprise Proposal, Nearly Ruins It All| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/throwaway_3688543 · 21h 2 3 e 6 3 10 E11 AITA for banning my stepdaughter's husband from my house for ruining my dughter's proposal? Not the A-hole
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Bisexual Woman Unwelcome At Sister's Wedding If She Brings Her Girlfriend

Another week, another family drama story. On an "Am I The A$$hole?" thread, the original poster talks about how her family won't allow her to come to the wedding if she brings her GF as her plus one. The reason behind the decision is the woman's future brother-in-law's homophobic family. The OP's family believes that the GF's presence will only create drama. Redditors unanimously decided that the original poster is not the a$$hole, but what do you think? Read on for more context. 

AITA thread about clash at sister's wedding | thumbnail text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/ThrowawayNZ2000 16 hours ago O 2 18 29 S 16 A 26 S AITA for refusing to go to my sister's wedding over my same sex partner not being welcome? My sister is having a destination wedding in Hawaii next Spring with immediate family only (plus spouses/serious partners).
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People Reveal Objections During Wedding Ceremonies They Witnessed

Wedding dramas are some of the best kinds of dramas. We know, we know, we shouldn't take pleasure from something ruining the happiest day of the happy couple's lives, but some things are too good not to share. Writer Elan Gale asked his followers on Twitter for real stories of people who witnessed objections made during wedding ceremonies and the replies were truly comical. Check them out and cringe!

tweet of bride's sister objecting to wedding because she was pregnant with the groom's baby | kc @k_swizzler93 Replying theyearofelan yes bride's sister objected by saying she pregnant. by groom year later groom married said sister. 2:30 AM Mar 18, 2020 Twitter iPhone >
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Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out

Planning a wedding is a tremendous feat. The bigger the wedding, the more tedious decisions have to be made, and the couple has to prepare thoroughly for a bunch of different nightmare scenarios. One of the hardest parts, that you can really prepare for, is standing at the altar and wearing your heart on your sleeve as announce your love to a room full of observers. Obviously, these are your friends and family, and they want the best for you, but they are also watching closely af. So well, let's just say if you hate each other, you're probably not fooling anyone.

Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out| thumbnail text - MyHandleisHandle · 1y When the priest equivalent said "You may kiss the bride" she turned so that it would be a kiss on the cheek. Even as a child that set off alarm bells. They have been divorced for a long time. 1 3.1k ...
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Cringiest Wedding Speeches People Ever Had The Misfortune To Witness

We all know that weddings are about love and romance, but an underrated aspect of the celebrations is the embarrassing drama that can unfold during speeches. If you've ever heard a cringy or awkward speech, either from the best man, father of the bride, or maybe even from a Bridezilla herself, then you'll feel the pain of these people who share the worst examples of wedding speeches they ever witnessed. We don't know who to feel more sorry for; the bride and groom or the guests who had to see these sh*t shows! 

cringiest wedding speeches people ever witnessed | thumbnail text - Queen_Maeve7 · 1d Went to a wedding of some family friends whose ceremony was purposely extremely short. It was literally walking down the aisle, being asked if they took the other in marriage, they kissed, and cocktail hour started. Now imagine a best man saying this in the most flat, rehearsed tone you can: I sure hope the ceremony wasn't as short as his, uh, I won't finish that joke because the grandmothers are present.
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Non-Traditional Ways Women Want To Celebrate Their Weddings

So many weddings go down all day, every day - so how do you make yours stand out? A Redditor started a thread and asked the women of Reddit about their dream weddings, and the weddings they've already planned. They pooled together a bunch of unique ideas for those who are still in the midst of planning future weddings. The ideas are special, wacky, and adorable, all at the same time. Check 'em out below. 

Nontraditional weddings women want | thumbnail text - Arqueete · 10h I want to wear a cape veil instead of a traditional veil! The idea of swishing around in a cape is 100% more exciting to me. Probably a floor-length cape paired with a floor-length dress without a train, that sounds like the best recipe for dramatic swishability.
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The Trashiest Weddings People Have Ever Been To

Wedding season is officially upon us, ladies and gents! I don't know about y'all, but I'm personally excited about spending my savings on the ridiculously overpriced wedding registry in exchange for semi-hot groomsmen and unlimited open bars. We recently uncovered a two-year-old Reddit thread about the trashiest weddings people have been to, and boy, these are some crazy stories. Trashy weddings seem to be most entertaining, and I hope we're all lucky enough to score an invite this summer. 

Trashiest weddings | thumbnail text - kinga_maria · 2y A co-worker of my mothers wedding was still the most terrible I've ever been to. The brother of the bride hated the groom and ended up pushing him down a flight of stairs. After that, a huge physical fight broke out between the two families. All the other guests (myself included) ended up leaving early because it got so violent and literal tables were being thrown and glasses were getting smashed. The couple got divorced shortly after. It wa
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Bride Disinvites Bridesmaid From Wedding Due To Her Super Creepy Husband

Weddings are supposed to be sources of joy, but not when there's a helluva lot of drama involved. At the same time, is it really a wedding if there is no drama involved? Much to think about. One of Reddit's "Am I the A**hole?" posts featured a bride wondering if she was in the wrong for disinviting one of her bridesmaid's husbands, who has sexually harassed their friends more than one time. The bridesmaid is currently fuming at the bride, but many Redditors chimed in to defend the bride's decision. Scroll down to read the story in detail, and make your own judgment call. 

AITA reddit thread about wedding drama | thumbnail text - Posted by u/anonmononon 1 day ago AITA? For uninviting my bridesmaid from my wedding after her husband was disrespectful Not the A-hole TLDR at the bottom. I (24F) went out for drinks with 2 other couples (24-26), one married, the other in a relationship. Unfortunately, my fiancé couldn't make it due to work commitments. My best friend and bridesmaid (E)'s husband (M) made everyone uncomfortable all night, suggesting me and his wife's oth
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Bridesmaids Who Have Zero Chill About Catching The Bouquet

Every good wedding has a bouquet toss, which sees the bride throw her bouquet into a crowd of all the single ladies (I love it when I can throw a Beyonce quote in there) at the event. The lucky lady who catches it is said to be the next one who will get married. And nothing is more desperate than a group of single bridesmaids who have had one too many champaign glasses and a free bar. Catching a flying bouquet is probably hard enough at the best of times, but when you're drunk and exhausted? You get a total mess. Check out these pictures of bridesmaids fighting over the bouquet, and you'll see what I mean.

pictures of bridesmaids going crazy over bouquet toss - thumbnail pic showing two pics of bridesmaids fighting for the bouquet
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