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(The Scottish Sun)   Furious mother-in-law to be stops wedding midway through after bride mentions the groom's 'flaws'   (thescottishsun.co.uk) divider line
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7298 clicks; posted to Main » on 01 Aug 2020 at 9:50 AM (2 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2 days ago  
If my wife had said I had flaws at my wedding I think my mom would have said you don't know the half of it, but it's too late now sucker!
 
2 days ago  
Run.
 
2 days ago  
It's kind of funny getting to my age and realizing people still need to make all the same stupid mistakes I did.
 
2 days ago  
This thrilling scene happened a few years ago. Are they still married?
 
2 days ago  
that was your last chance to run.  MIL blows up for bs and the husband just stares at the ground instead of standing up for the wife.  the whole marriage will be the MIL nitpicking and biatching to her face and then whispering in the husbands ear behind her back
 
2 days ago  
The mother-in-law wore shorts and a t-shirt to the wedding. I'm guessing she wasn't in any of the photos.
 
2 days ago  

Dead for Tax Reasons: that was your last chance to run.  MIL blows up for bs and the husband just stares at the ground instead of standing up for the wife.  the whole marriage will be the MIL nitpicking and biatching to her face and then whispering in the husbands ear behind her back


He did stand up to her once he got over the shock.  The bride can use the anger of someone she isn't related to to fight back immediately; this poor guy had to come to terms with his own farking mother making a scene at his wedding and attacking his new wife.  It took a moment for the gears to stop grinding in his head.
 
2 days ago  
The thing is, your wife WILL eventually drive you crazy with all the dumbass hangups that your inlaws have.

So, if her parents have silly scaredy-cat hangups based on superstition, old wive's tales bigotry and willful ignorance, RUN don't walk.  Your life WILL be hell after a short while.
 
2 days ago  
That reaction to a heartfelt moment feels strangely 'murican.
 
2 days ago  
Don't get too dressed up or anything
 
2 days ago  

LadySusan: This thrilling scene happened a few years ago. Are they still married?


Groom seemed to have sided with his bride, so I'm guessing they are.
 
2 days ago  
Only in America will an old white woman think it's ok to wear shorts and a t-shirt to a wedding.
 
2 days ago  
If your mom is a Karen then she is a Karent.
 
2 days ago  

bismark189: Only in America will an old white woman think it's ok to wear shorts and a t-shirt to a wedding.


I'm just curious, how does this hag's race have any bearing on anything?
 
2 days ago  

bismark189: Only in America will an old white woman think it's ok to wear shorts and a t-shirt to a wedding.


Some people don't do over the top weddings.  My parents wore casual clothes in their wedding.  They celebrate 44 years of marriage this year.
 
2 days ago  

Barfmaker: It's kind of funny getting to my age and realizing people still need to make all the same stupid mistakes I did.


It makes me reflect on how dismissive I was when I was younger of the advice that older people provided without me asking for it.

Now I give the same advice.

I blame the youth-fueled hormone cocktail for my ignoring good advice.
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
Was it a thousand dollar wedding?
 
2 days ago  

Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image 416x1024]


The words look like English.

But they aren't?
 
2 days ago  

EvilEgg: If my wife had said I had flaws at my wedding I think my mom would have said you don't know the half of it, but it's too late now sucker!


My mom laughed and said, "You want a list?" Her dad piped up said, "We have a list of hers too... want to trade?"
 
2 days ago  

casual disregard: Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image 416x1024]

The words look like English.

But they aren't?


I can understand it perfectly.

Of course, I'm drunk.

There may be a relationship between these two things.
 
2 days ago  

aagrajag: casual disregard: Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image 416x1024]

The words look like English.

But they aren't?

I can understand it perfectly.

Of course, I'm drunk.

There may be a relationship between these two things.


Let's don't be sober if we can help it.

For only seven people to be arrested it couldn't have been a very impressive wedding, eh?
 
2 days ago  

EvilEgg: If my wife had said I had flaws at my wedding I think my mom would have said you don't know the half of it, but it's too late now sucker!


Same here. Ma is now disabled and moved in with us. Sometimes if I piss my wife off, she'll ask my mom if it's too late to return me, and that she has the receipt. To which ma replies that the returns period expired 14 years ago, so she's stuck with me. All sales are final.
 
2 days ago  

lack of warmth: bismark189: Only in America will an old white woman think it's ok to wear shorts and a t-shirt to a wedding.

Some people don't do over the top weddings.  My parents wore casual clothes in their wedding.  They celebrate 44 years of marriage this year.


The brides in a gown, the groom is in a suit. Everyone else is dressed nicely. The mother of the groom comes in in shorts and a T-shirt. But you're OK with the casual clothes thing. Yikes!
 
2 days ago  
All my MIL did was trip over my wifes dress and fall over....
 
2 days ago  
"The footage starts as the bridge is seen exchanging her vows that she has written with her husband, just seconds after completing her vows her mother-in-law shouts aggressively toward the altar. "

She's a very supportive spouse, able to assist in crossing life's turbulent waters?
 
2 days ago  

oldcub: Barfmaker: It's kind of funny getting to my age and realizing people still need to make all the same stupid mistakes I did.

It makes me reflect on how dismissive I was when I was younger of the advice that older people provided without me asking for it.

Now I give the same advice.

I blame the youth-fueled hormone cocktail for my ignoring good advice.


You're born knowing everything and lose it as you get older.  That's where senility comes from.
 
2 days ago  
Mom sounds like she's on oxy or maybe a little drunk.  Bride needs to cut her losses.  This situation is not going to improve until mom is dead.
 
2 days ago  
Welp... I'm flawed but lovable and my mom is dead.

Ladies?
 
2 days ago  

casual disregard: Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image 416x1024]

The words look like English.

But they aren't?


First of all isn't melee French?

Wait, isn't English Norman?

I have a confuse.
 
2 days ago  
Mom?

Seriously, something my mother does at every single gathering of more than 3 people.

/Have not talked to the woman since 1988
//Brothers take turn dealing with her shiat
///Life is too short to deal with evil goonts.
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
Shouldna know when MIL shows up in a t-shirt and shorts. You know she was wearing flip flops, too. Guess all of her wedding budget went towards paying for the wedding and had no money to buy herself a skirt, at least.
 
2 days ago  
Selling that to the Sun probably paid for the entire wedding and then some.
 
2 days ago  

Someone Else's Alt: Mom?

Seriously, something my mother does at every single gathering of more than 3 people.

/Have not talked to the woman since 1988
//Brothers take turn dealing with her shiat
///Life is too short to deal with evil goonts.


My mom did not like my wife very much. My mom is dead now, so it's easier.
 
2 days ago  

EvilEgg: If my wife had said I had flaws at my wedding I think my mom would have said you don't know the half of it, but it's too late now sucker!


I believe my mother's words to my wife was "He's your problem now."
 
2 days ago  
The Holidays must be a blast.
 
2 days ago  

LadySusan: This thrilling scene happened a few years ago. Are they still married?


Watching the video before reading the article, I was under the impression that this was recent, which I figured explained the minuscule attendance. Then I heard the cough about a minute in and realized no one was masked and though "Oh shiat, here comes another outbreak."

/why would I RTFA?
 
2 days ago  

cocozilla: All my MIL did was trip over my wifes dress and fall over....


At my brother's wedding my mom accidentally set his bride's dress on fire. At least I've been told it was an accident. I was very sick that day and wasn't in the room when it happened, so I can't say for sure.
 
2 days ago  
Deep down, there was still a glimmer of hope in my heart that this was all just one big play-acting prank and at the end, they all would say "GOTCHA!" and everyone would laugh.

Sadly, this was real.

Sigh.

F*ckin' Humanity!
 
2 days ago  
I am thankful for a cringe-free wedding. The only stressful bit was massive jetlag flying back to Amsterdam from Canada work trip with a long layover in Paris the day before the ceremony (Charles de Gaulle is a terrible airport layout, but awesome cheese and wine). I was so exhausted I needed to see the video of it to remember my vows. Would marry all over again :)
 
2 days ago  
New rules:  Do not start gas-lighting the groom during the ceremony. His flaws are your excuses for marrying the stupid bugger.

Remark:  This is how you dress for your Son's wedding?

Remark:  NIce bridal gown. (zing!)

Remark: There's no crazy like Cali Crazy except for the other 49 Crazies of America.

Remark:  I am not just picking on Americans. I thought this was a British wedding because of Sun.
 
2 days ago  
If you are giving away your Precious Chinless Non-Entity, don't start gas-lighting the bride during the ceremony.

There, Even Steven.

I wouldn't be surprised if the Groom's name is Steven. Begging your pardon, all the Steven and Stephens, and Steves and Steveys of the world.
 
2 days ago  
In a game of losers there are no winners
 
2 days ago  
Oy! Thank God most of my family are old-fashioned liberal-conservative WASPS or else Roman Catholic.

No shenanigans at the wedding except for the usual murder, adultery, family feuds, vendettas, and all that. Very decorious and correct, even when Appalachian.
 
2 days ago  
As my WASP ancestors were wont to say: Oy, vey ist mir!

Just kidding. But words to that general effect may have been uttered.
 
2 days ago  
If the groom did not say a word in her defense then she should have dumped him on the spot.
 
2 days ago  
She likes weddings because she doesn't have to get all dressed up like when she goes to Dollar General.
 
2 days ago  
I'm one of those unfortunates who had to learn the hard way that things don't get better and problems don't get fixed after you marry someone. If there was a Hall of Fame for Evil Mothers-in-Law, she would be in it.

That whole family is a textbook example of passive aggressive. When you add a side of gaslighting, well, you know how it goes.
 
2 days ago  

ComaToast: She likes weddings because she doesn't have to get all dressed up like when she goes to Dollar General.


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