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Cousin Of The Bridezilla Who Wanted Her Guests To Pay $1500 To Attend Her Wedding Speaks Out- Turns Out She IS As Entitled As She Sounds

By Nadine / mercredi 29 août 2018 05:30
You know it's a huge FML when your cousin comes out of the woodwork, not to defend, but actually CONFIRM that you're just a psycho as everyone thinks you are.

If you aren't familiar with the recent bridezilla story making headlines, we'll give you a recap. The TL;DR version is that this bride, 'Susan', had Kardishian-level dreams about her wedding, but no funds to support it. While most people would simply opt for the cheaper wedding, at that point, our bridezilla reached out to friends and family for help. Not such a bad idea, right? Asking for cash gifts is totally acceptable... Except that Susan asked her guests to mail back their RSVP's with a check for $1500, and had the nerve to be appalled when only a few did. To make matters worse, Susan felt so entitled that she wrote up a long Facebook rant about how her loved ones have stabbed her in the back, calling them all 'snakes,' cancelling the wedding, and claiming that she now plans to move to South America for two months.

Truthfully, it all seemed too good to be true. Had it been through word of mouth, and not the bride's own Facebook account, I don't think anyone would have believed it at all.

And now we have another installment in the 'holy-shit-this-person-is-actually-real' saga, a response from the bride's cousin, with some input that's worth reading. The text was originally posted in a Facebook group which has since been deleted. It's hilarious, and so, so sad. Check it out below. 

 

Oh, Susan. you slay us. Can we get a response from the groom next? Keep 'em coming, guys.

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By  Charlie Given  |  17

Well so she is a Brat,it was proven in a recent study that watching the Kardashians will make you a bad person and there is a mental health disorder called Extreme entitlement syndrome, good thing you don't have to deal with her often 🙄

By  Ashamed_Sister  |  54

Cousins share on average 12.5% of their genes from the common grandparents. The possible range of shared genes is between 7.3 and 13.8% (source: 23andme).
These numbers refer to 1st cousins.

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  Ashamed_Sister  |  54

Cousins share on average 12.5% of their genes from the common grandparents. The possible range of shared genes is between 7.3 and 13.8% (source: 23andme).
These numbers refer to 1st cousins.

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  ARISKomuniszt  |  23

"Every human shares 99 percent of his or her DNA with every other person." - https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/find-the-dna-in-a-banana-bring-science-home/ Notice I said DNA, not genes.

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  blahblabbity  |  18

you got it sis, the tea is pretty lukewarm today.

the group is classified as “secret” now but i’ve been in it since BEFORE Susan and saw the original post there and tbh felt kinda proud when we got mentioned lol.
they are not currently accepting new members to avoid getting Zucc’d

By  Charlie Given  |  17

Well so she is a Brat,it was proven in a recent study that watching the Kardashians will make you a bad person and there is a mental health disorder called Extreme entitlement syndrome, good thing you don't have to deal with her often 🙄

By  bl3ur0z3  |  13

If I were her friend, I'd ask if she planned to RSVP to my wedding with a $1500 check. If she's not giving the same to each of her friends and family, why should she expect it as her due from them?

When my sister got married, I was doing well and probably spent $500 of my own money to help while my aunt contributed $1,000, my mom contributed all the food, the groom's mom and dad each contributed $500-1,000 and others contributed services and decorations and other help. When I got married, nobody was doing well and the whole thing was $200 including wedding license, dress, courthouse judge's time, and a celebratory steak dinner. We're both married and we're both happy. No differences at the end of the day.

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  mike3775  |  30

That’s what my wife and I did. Married on Oct 31. On the 5 year anniversary, we did the ceremony, and 10 yr we did a Halloween based wedding renewal. We paid for it all three times

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