By Anonymous - / Wednesday 31 July 2013 00:07 / United States - Grand Rapids
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  tgabes  |  9


  then000bster  |  16

It was a dark and rainy night. The wind beat heavily against the cabin. The fiancé then went outside to look for his partner. He found her tied up by her dad. The father then began spouting lines such as, "I'll never give her to you!!" and "If you come any closer ill shoot you" After hearing this the fiancé pushed forward, looking to take his bride away. The father then pointed his fun at him and prepared to shoot. Just as he was going to pull the trigger a strong gust of wind blew the rifle off its target thus missing the fiancé.

  SwaggCapone  |  11

On the next episode of Cops


What op needs is a bullet proof vest and gun control

  Risho96  |  10

Gun control never solved anything.

  geko911  |  22

108 - gun control never solved *much* because of the black market. If there wasn't that little (and by little I mean big fkg ass) problem, gun control would be quite useful..

  abeg157  |  14

103- Shut Up or Ill shoot you with a fully automatic rifle through your Kevlar weaver vest.

  obnum  |  19

I've never seen so many likes on one post. Seems a lot of people want more details.

Well, OP? Are you just gonna stand there or are you gonna give the people what they want?

  K410  |  18

Lets be honest I'm sure most overprotective dads are dying to do the same thing, this guy just had the balls to do it :p

  Eorlas  |  31

Balls? More like serious mental issues. However, that's assuming the father is in the wrong, but I'm basing that off of every overprotective dad fml where he's stupid enough to threaten every guy that comes along.

  jarrettd  |  27

You know you're a redneck when...

By  ILoveMyArm  |  15

I guess your dad took him saying "I will take a bullet for you" a bit too literal. I hope you can work it out with him though, I'm sure the initial shock of being shot at led to him calling off the wedding.

  ThePK  |  5

I think being shot by your soon-to-be father in-law carries more weight than initial shock into calling off the wedding. It takes a lot of animosity and hate to pull a trigger on someone.

However, there's not enough detail to this FML. Perhaps we've got another Cheney case here.

  ocramavaf  |  15

bang bang he shot him down, bang bang, he hit the ground..,

By  flashback.miss  |  28

That's not the way to do a shotgun wedding. But I agree; we need to know what led up to this (hopefully it was an accident, but if not then...) But at least he's alright now, physically.

By  babygrrl257  |  11

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  babygrrl257  |  11

Yea usually I assume that face
(-____-)makes it pretty obvious that I'm not being serious. And also capitalizing shot i thought that was a pretty good clue too. And really? Why would i be serious? Im not dumb....

  babygrrl257  |  11

Adding to that, im a girl for whoever said i was a guy. :)

  babygrrl257  |  11

See, thats why i strive not to be. I have my moments. And was half asleep when i posted that because i stayed up all night that past two nights babysitting my four month old nephew. So yeah looking back its kind of dumb, however i was being completely sarcastic.

  babygrrl257  |  11

And responding again. I'd lock myself in a basement if i were that stupid.

By  Kateyez_26  |  13

I hope your fiancé is ok :/

By  rammy125  |  4

I'm sure there was a valid reason for it..

  iAlissa  |  34

Hey, neither of us know the whole story.
So I take back my comment above, but I do wish we knew more to this story. Hopefully OP comments with more information

By  oj101  |  33

Your father was just checking his loyalty. It seems that your (ex) boyfriend would take a bullet for you! How nice.

  CrissyyyS2  |  22

So you're saying the father was aiming at his own daughter and was about to pull the trigger? And if the fiancé didnt take that bullet, she would of been shot instead?

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