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By  scythefwd  |  0

"Does anyone hear have reason these two should not be married here today? Speak now or forever hold your piece." I do. I've been dating him for the last 6 years. Then walk out. Let the bride handle it from there.

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By  badbunny  |  0

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By  AriesAngel41288  |  0

What do you mean so and who cares if you got first! This poor woman was dating a guy for 6 years and found out via NEWSPAPER he was still with her! That sucks honey and I hope things look up for you!

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  weezypanda420  |  22

Or... She could just confront him and show him the article. Break up with him and let the other girl have his cheating lying ass and move on and find someone better..?

By  Darth_Taco  |  14

...You should definitely go to the wedding :D! Make a toast, and humiliate him. He wastes 6 years of your life, you make his wedding a complete waste of money. I feel bad for his fiancée. She'll likely hate you...fuck it. I guess you can do the adult thing and calmly call her to inform her of the situation so she won't be humiliated in front of her friends and family. Other way is funnier though. Damn morality.

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  null_fml  |  11

Or better yet, OP can tell his fiancee, and she'll probably be game to work up a plan TOGETHER to humiliate him even more than OP could ever do alone. Unless it's the ultra-traditional bride's-father-pays-for-the-wedding type of thing, in which case her dad might be a little pissed.

By  scythefwd  |  0

"Does anyone hear have reason these two should not be married here today? Speak now or forever hold your piece." I do. I've been dating him for the last 6 years. Then walk out. Let the bride handle it from there.

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  johnnyots  |  0

I've never been to a wedding where they actually said this, I've only seen it in movies. In this day and age, anyone who objects has plenty of time and means to do so without humiliating both peoples' families.

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