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Gluten Free Vegan Plus One Wants Wedding Catered To Her

In our world of diversifying diets, we find ourselves in awkward situations over people's dietary restrictions, or even just points they're trying to make. Basically the exact opposite of this situation happened when an uncle at a vegan wedding couldn't handle it and demanded a meat meal. The enduring fact seems to be that if you're a guest and getting a free meal, you're going to find your options limited.

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Bride's Mom Isn't Told About Surprise Proposal, Unleashes Rage Saga

Hm, just a little bit of a gut feeling here, but it feels like there was a definite reason that the bride's mom wasn't told about the surprise proposal at play. Seems like she very well might've done something to mess up the whole operation, because she sounds like she's just a little consumed by her own selfish concerns. It's not often that you witness someone stage a whole fit about their kid's proposal because they weren't made aware of it, but here we are. Perhaps, take a deep breath, mom. 

Bride's mom isn't told about a surprise proposal and proceeds to have a total meltdown.
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Nothing like a completely cringeworthy meltdown with a wedding objection to keep your day rolling along. If you thought you'd been to an awkward wedding reception, just imagine the palpable awkwardness that was present in the air for this unfortunate debacle. 

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Bridesmaid Wants To Bail On Wedding After Couple Breaks Up

Weddings have an uncanny knack for inspiring people near and far to act out the worst versions of themselves. It's probably attributable to the fact that you have various folks being brought together that never should've been in the same room to begin with. You've also got various people getting caught up in the hopeless chase of ensuring that everything is literally perfect. Such an unattainable goal will only result in a meltdown. This bridezilla sounds like she's been all kinds of toxic and unreasonable. Seems like the bridesmaid's decision to not attend the wedding is entirely understandable. 

Bridesmaid wants to bail on the wedding after the couple breaks up.
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The Time a Bridezilla Found Out She Went Viral and Had A Meltdown

There's nothing quite like the powerful nexus of emotions and demands that come into play when an entitled person goes all out with some extremely narcissistic wedding plans. But too often the shame storm they generate doesn't fall on them in full force. In this case, she found out that everyone thought she was being unreasonable, and decided to take some really unhinged steps to rectify it. For a more straightforward bridezilla story, here's one where a bridezilla ended up looking like a pauper at her own wedding.

bridezilla goes viral over crazy wedding demands and tries to have polygraph test
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Times Wedding Industry Workers Knew It Wasn't Gonna Work Out

Choosing who you're gonna spend the rest of your life with is a pretty big deal. The various photographers, DJs and specialty bakers of the wedding industry have seen a whole lot, and sometimes it's pretty clear right off the bat that something is amiss. Being at an ill-advised wedding is awkward at best, and full of moments that make it clear the wedding was a bad idea.

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Bride Sends Wedding Guests 30-Day Diet Plans, Outrage Ensues

Weddings have an uncanny knack for bringing out the worst in people. Maybe it's because weddings are these momentous events that bring with them an insane amount of build up, nervous anticipation, and the reunion of various family members that should basically be kept as far apart from one another as possible. With that being said some folks just become possessed by this toxic sense of perfectionism where they're so committed to making sure that nothing goes wrong, that they end up creating a complete chaotic mess of stress in the process. In this case, we're dealing with a bride who has the unreal audacity to send all of her guests 30-day diet plans. That seems like a great strategy if you want to rest assured that you're going to have a ton of people not want to attend your wedding. People are already going out of their way to set up their own busy life schedules so that they can make an appearance for your special day, and then you hit 'em with an aggressive, totally unrealistic diet plan amidst that? So. Much. Yikes. This guy's reaction seems completely warranted when considering the circumstances. There are certain lines you just don't cross. While weddings seem like they can blur some of those lines, because people will put up with a certain amount of nonsense for the ones they love, this particular move by the bride is downright inexcusable. If anything, it sounds like she could massively benefit from being given a little reality check.

We're no strangers to seeing people being served up reality checks in other parts of life at this point. It could be a rude choosing beggar with a gnarly case of entitlement, who insists on wasting the time of an artist who is hard at work and just trying to survive off the funds they can make while practicing their craft. But alas, it seems that this world will never be in short supply of folks that fell through the cracks when it comes to practicing common social decency. They're blinded by a cloud of ignorance so thick that sometimes it's as if the reality checks themselves are pointless. You've got to wonder on some level whether or not this bride would even benefit from a reality check herself. It seems like she's opted for the defensive road based off the argument she already had with her brother. On top of that, the poor guy has to deal with what sounds like an enabling family and indifferent groom that aren't interested in helping him resolve the matter at all. Still have no idea what she was thinking when she sent one of those diet plans to her mother who is diabetic as well. Like, how is that even real life?

All in all, it's quick little tales like the one we're provided in this AITA post that can remind us that there are always going to be folks out there that are stooping to new lows for when it comes to being a morally righteous individual. We really do hope that they were able to figure out some kind of peaceful resolution.

Bridezilla sends all of her wedding guests 30-day diet plans. | past few weeks were filled with drama. My M33 sister's F36 wedding is 2 months. Hosted at my mother's house. My sister's been stressing out about getting everything done on time making everyone around her stress out too. She sent and my wife an invitation on Monday afternoon. My wife noticed something else sent along with invitation. She came and handed envelope and she looked so upset almost crying opened and found my sister sent
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Some musicians show up to a wedding and do what they can to provide the kind of tunes that proactively keep everyone relatively peaceful amidst such an emotional occasion. Other musicians show up with absolute fire coursing through their veins and proceed to unleash the kind of mind blowing, adrenaline-charged performance that pretty much leaves the room speechless, or out of control. This guy showed up and did nothing short of kill it. 

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Mother-In-Law Tries To "Fix" Daughter's Wedding, Family Intervenes

The last thing that anyone needs on their big wedding day is the obnoxious, entirely toxic fumes of an impossibly entitled individual stinking up the atmosphere. Well, that's exactly what our story's entitled mother-in-law was there to provide. Helen continually insisted on "fixing" her daughter's choices for her wedding day. This ultimately amounted to the rest of the family calmly and discreetly banding together to ensure that none of Helen's terrible ideas came to fruition. You could say the mission was definitely accomplished. 

Mother-in-law tries to "fix" her daughter's wedding, so the family intervenes. | r/entitledparents Join u/BrigadoonRoseFall 12d 1 2 W1 28 35 S 42 8 40 's basically my wedding! XL So this is story about my SIL's mother happened just over 8 years ago. My SIL brought this up during family zoom call which one my nieces immediately asked write up here s taken few days since call get all typed ended up with monster wall text, but tried cut lot out too! There is TLDR at bottom too hope all enjoy this
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Bridezilla Fires Maid Of Honor, Asks If She's A Bridezilla

Weddings just have an uncanny knack for bringing out the very worst in people. Sometimes bridezillas are completely blind to their own toxic antics. It would seem that this bridezilla in particular, is in dire need of a little wakeup call. She even goes so far as to share her series of text messages with her bridesmaids, and it becomes pretty dang clear that there's some rude behavior going on. 

Bridezilla fires her bridesmaids and then asks people if she was in the wrong for her behavior. | Wedding Planning Club Sooooo, maid honor fired been messaging our group chat helping with planning some stuff and wedding shower etc etc and they will read and never reply which is SUPER frustrating. This is entire exchange (COVID cancelled out r previous wedding date and she able return dress which cost less than $30 first place) She's calling childish and brat" but yet she's one seeking
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Sit back and watch as this guy seemingly effortlessly digs himself a very deep hole during his best man speech. Just when you think that the cringe can't be laid on any more thick, he somehow makes it worse. 

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Groom's Sister Tells Fiancée To Cover Up Scars, Gets Uninvited From Wedding

Just because they're family does not mean that they get the free pass. If there's one thing that this particularly insufferable AITA shows us it's that there really is a benefit to keeping your ideas to yourself. If the groom's sister would've done that, all she'd have had to worry about was what kinds of moves she was going to bust out on the dance floor. 

Groom's sister tells fiancée to cover up scars, and then gets uninvited from the wedding. | r/AmltheAsshole Join u/617097713_ AITA uninviting my sister my wedding she told my fiancèe? Not hole My M27 fiancèe F25 has an obvious permanent burnscar an accident caused her mother (her only parent pass away injury. My fiancèe had long recovery 's been 7 years scar is on her collarbone goes down her chest but isn't showing. Unless she's wearing scoop/square tops.
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Bride Wants Narcissistic Twin Sister Out Of Wedding

Many folks out there have a family member who just seems continually committed, if not addicted to being the center of attention. Some folks are just born into this world wanting all the attention all the time. If it's a family member, you'll often do your best to adapt to that big personality, but sometimes special, life-defining occasions arrive and you don't want to risk that narcissistic family member making your special day all about them. That would seem to be the case here with these twin sisters. It sounds like the twin sister in this scenario doesn't have a great track record of being selfless at all. For some more juicy wedding drama check out the most entitled bridezillas of 2020

Bride wants her narcissistic twin sister out of the wedding. | r/AmltheAsshole Join u/twindrama543 10h 2 WIBTA not have sister as maid honor after trying outshine my engagement Sorry bad formatting cell phone and throw away account So my twin and have always had this low key competition going on. She always had be center attention. While growing up just gave up and let happen easier than fighting never got have my accomplishments recognized because she would always have something everyone needed
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Sister Gets Uninvited From Wedding For Inappropriate Comments

Just because they're family doesn't mean that they get a free pass. Sometimes the very people you love most in this world end up also being the ones that seem bent on spreading all the toxicity that you could ever imagine. If you find yourself in a situation like this unfortunate soul did with a sister who just wouldn't act decent, it really falls on you to make sure that the toxic person is removed from the environment. As hard as that might be, sometimes it's the only way to preserve a momentous occasion. 

Sister keeps making inappropriate jokes, so she gets uninvited from the wedding. | AITA uninviting my sister my wedding she told my fiancèe? My M27 fiancèe F25 has an obvious permanent burnscar an accident caused her mother (her only parent pass away injury. My fiancèe had long recovery 's been 7 years scar is on her collarbone goes down her chest but isn't showing. Unless she's wearing scoop/square tops. She often wears hoodies/jackets cover up. She puts this cream don't know ladies call but
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Woman Calls Off Wedding After Fiancee Complains About Wedding Dress

This guy decided to take to Reddit and ask people whether or not he was in the wrong for arguing with his newly ex fiancee over the extravagant cost of a wedding dress. His biggest flop of all here was that he used her real name, which apparently resulted in people creating fake accounts pretending to be her. What a nightmare. Goes to show that sometimes you really can spare yourself a life of trouble by not airing out your dirty laundry online. 

Woman ends up calling off her wedding after finding out about her fiancee complaining about wedding dress on Reddit | AITA 38 m telling my fiancee f 27)her wedding dress choice is way too extravagant and suggesting alternatives? sorry on mobile and throwaway as she's redditor are getting married july this year, venue is booked and wedding is pretty much sorted.
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Woman "Accidentally" Announces Engagement At Friend's Wedding

Man, talk about a glaringly obvious attention to steal the limelight. It's your best friend's big day. This whole rodeo really only rolls around once. But as it does, you're going to have the audacity to try and make the day about you? Nope get out of here. For more juicy wedding drama check out the most entitled bridezillas of 2020 over here

Woman accidentally announces her engagement at a friend's wedding. | r/AmltheAsshole u/Ok_Kaleidoscope7676 21h Join AITA announcing" my engagement at friend's wedding? Not hole not much Facebook person have browse on like' things, and tag friends memes but 's about extent my Facebook use don't update my status or announce things. So my fiance proposed, nobody really knew until wanted them know week ago fiance and attended my best friend's wedding course she knew about engagement, but many
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