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(Fox News)   Bridezilla again? Woman claims her 'hugely pregnant' bridesmaid pal owes her a $30G wedding 'do-over' for upstaging her, including comments that her friend stole the show with her "electric personality" and "tall, incredibly attractive" husband   (foxnews.com) divider line
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634 clicks; posted to Discussion » on 13 Apr 2019 at 12:04 AM (14 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2019-04-12 05:36:15 PM  
You planned the wedding for three years and your friend is six months pregnant.  You had plenty of time to discover how pregnant she was going to be on the big day and make the determination on whether to cut her or not.  As far as her husband?  You should have already known him so being shocked by how hot he is?  Are you jealous that she has proven fertile and him virile?  Did you pick the wrong man?  Maybe your new husband should be worried about this fixation you have.

Regardless.  $30k for a ruined wedding?  Hahahahahah.
 
2019-04-12 05:44:52 PM  
Definitely don't invite them to your next wedding.
 
2019-04-12 05:46:27 PM  
I have a hard time believing any part of this story is true.
 
2019-04-12 05:51:53 PM  

Mad Scientist: I have a hard time believing any part of this story is true.


Be happy for that. There are women that shallow and self centered with a tendency to whine to whoever is close by.
 
2019-04-12 05:56:37 PM  
I love how the bride has her eye on the ball.  They'll be divorced in a year and she'll be on the lookout for a new opportunity to try this again.
 
2019-04-12 05:58:21 PM  
Groom did not dodge the bullet.

He choose poorly.
 
2019-04-12 06:13:09 PM  
Imagine (if this were true) being that petty and selfish that you would go online and whine that your wedding was upstaged by your preggy Bridesmaid and her hot Hubby? I'd hope, if this is real, that enough people recognize her in rl and shame her into a puddle.
 
2019-04-12 06:24:57 PM  
I'm sure this totally happened.

But if I was the tall guy married to the prego, I'd give my wife a pass to fark her frenemies' husband so that we could not only ruin her wedding but also her marriage.
 
2019-04-12 06:32:31 PM  
Is she complaining because bridesmaid's hubby would not throw her a quickie after the first dances?
 
2019-04-12 07:22:19 PM  
"[Anna] was hugely pregnant, and didn't refrain from showing it off. We're both fairly young (25) and in my husband's culture, getting pregnant before late 20s/30s, married or not, is basically a teenage pregnancy and drew ATTENTION,"

This is where I call BS on the whole thing.
 
2019-04-12 08:56:03 PM  

Dewey Fidalgo: "[Anna] was hugely pregnant, and didn't refrain from showing it off. We're both fairly young (25) and in my husband's culture, getting pregnant before late 20s/30s, married or not, is basically a teenage pregnancy and drew ATTENTION,"

This is where I call BS on the whole thing.


Yeah I thought that one was a bit of a stretch too far. At least make up something that doesn't sound like you just made it up in the break room right before the deadline.
 
2019-04-12 09:33:02 PM  
Also, planning a wedding for 3 years? Oooookay
 
2019-04-12 09:40:31 PM  
Good luck with that; you surely won't be laughed out of court.
 
2019-04-12 09:41:44 PM  

pxlboy: Also, planning a wedding for 3 years? Oooookay


You know, if she wanted to troll miss ignored, she could show up very pregnant again
 
2019-04-12 09:46:47 PM  
and skipped the morning brunch the next day.

That's what gave it away as fake. There's no way this person isn't an eternally hungry whale.
 
2019-04-12 10:09:46 PM  

pxlboy: Also, planning a wedding for 3 years? Oooookay


The first two years were spent finding the perfect groom.

Upon further thought, 6 months pregnant is "hugely pregnant"?  I get that every woman is different.  But I wonder exactly how huge she really was.
 
2019-04-13 12:50:33 AM  

Mad Scientist: I have a hard time believing any part of this story is true.


Some people wish they had a hard time believing this story is true.
 
2019-04-13 01:12:32 AM  

Mad Scientist: I have a hard time believing any part of this story is true.


I choose not to believe it. But then, I've heard 50-something engineers throw full-on tantrums complete with screaming. People are just really good at momentarily setting aside decades of personal development.
 
2019-04-13 01:52:58 AM  
A news article about a Reddit thread.

You're better than this, Fark.  Or you used to be.
 
2019-04-13 02:50:23 AM  
Heh, my fiancée and I were choosing between two friends to be our officiant... I pushed for the homely one... the other is a hot, single, ER doctor.
 
2019-04-13 03:34:50 AM  
Oh gosh. Well let's hope the pregnant lady and her husband laugh off this nonsense and cut the mad bride from their life.

These stories make me sad. They further destroy the idea of weddings being about love and comment. They deter me from ever getting married as it seems it is something you can't secretly think about now and then and how it would be the perfectly sweet happy day it's meant to be.
Its as though you can't have a registry office ceremony where you wear a nice suit and your fiance wears something pretty that makes her happy. You can't just invite close friends and family anymore with out outrage on social media.
And god forbid you have a simple party afterwards at a nice Chinese restaurant and actually have a nice peaceful evening.
 
2019-04-13 05:57:15 AM  

pxlboy: Also, planning a wedding for 3 years? Oooookay


I'd only need a few hours. Most of that would be making sure my partner and I would be freed up at the same time to do all the necessary paperwork.
 
2019-04-13 10:29:59 AM  

Mad Scientist: I have a hard time believing any part of this story is true.

I don't know if this exact story is true in all its particulars or not, but very closely similar things happen all the time. There's a reason Bridezilla is a meme. It's not at all rare for brides to go full narcissist surrounding the event.

The key phrase there is surrounding the event. Continuing to hold a grudge like this, especially over circumstances that the bridesmaid had basically no control over? Demanding an all-expenses-paid redo? That isn't normal. This bride needs help.
 
2019-04-13 11:50:38 AM  
This whole thing is the bride's fault.
1. She let this bother her and reacted like a child. She ruined her own wedding.
2. She became friends with someone who was so awesome.
3. She invited that awesome person and her attractive husband to her wedding.

I have a friend who confessed to me in his mid-20s that he had unattractive male friends on purpose. As someone who always had attractive friends and was ignored because of the attention they got, I couldn't imagine intentionally choosing friends that were hard to look at. I try to choose awesome people I like being around even if that's possibly a source of insecurity for me.

And a final thought: wedding guests don't care about weddings. They're an obligation, "free" food and a bonus if they're fun. They know why they're there. They won't completely forget that the bride and groom are the center of attention.
 
2019-04-13 01:42:39 PM  
This entire thing fails spectacularly without pics of the hot bridesmaid.
 
2019-04-13 07:23:12 PM  

OK So Amuse Me: Imagine (if this were true) being that petty and selfish that you would go online and whine that your wedding was upstaged by your preggy Bridesmaid and her hot Hubby? I'd hope, if this is real, that enough people recognize her in rl and shame her into a puddle.


Before the internet, my sister whined to everyone within earshot that our father had FORCED her to invite me to her wedding.  She didn't want me there because her friends would all be discussing how her younger sister was already wed and expecting, so my sister must have "settled" for her groom.

Yes, there are people that think that way.
 
2019-04-13 08:00:08 PM  
Of the weddings I can recall attending, two thirds have ended in divorce. Your forever ceremony, your forever vows, your $100 centerpieces on the tables at the reception, that expensive dress that I can't tell apart from $40 worth of doilies from Fabricland... that's all just profit for somebody else.
 
Ant
2019-04-13 09:46:31 PM  
Our wedding cost $100 and was attended by our mothers. Our reception food consisted of a couple cases of beer, a cake from Safeway, and a few pounds of hamburger and some buns. We've been married for 27 years
 
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