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FML - The follow-up

Today, one of my oldest friends blocked me for refusing to drive her to and from a wedding that was over 30 miles away. The wedding was mine. FML

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Because I would have to go 30 miles out of my way to get her, and take her 30 miles out of my way to take her home. So that's 60 miles total....on my wedding day.
By snazz23 - / Monday 13 June 2016 14:24 / United States - Leander
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By  Iamskynet  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  snazz23  |  20

Because I would have to go 30 miles out of my way to get her, and take her 30 miles out of my way to take her home. So that's 60 miles total....on my wedding day.

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  DanielleinDC  |  27

That makes sense. It wasn't all that clear in the original post. Either way you were right to politely refuse to drive someone on your wedding. And your friend is an ass for blocking you. Congratulations and much happiness to you and your spouse.

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  DoomedGemini  |  35

Not to mention the bride has to get ready for the wedding, which the amount of time that takes depends on the wedding, and the friend might want to go to places to get things done. It's ridiculous to expect the groom and bride, who are already stressed trying to make sure everything is ready, to take care of your ass too.

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  chosha_fml  |  20

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Varieus  |  28

#32 I'm pretty certain it's out of OP's way, she probably lives minutes away from where the wedding is taking place, so going 30 miles to pick someone up then to drop them off later is going far out of their way.

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  derpina72  |  23

I highly doubt the bride was going to go back home, the couple usually gets ready for their honeymoon ASAP. I say, cut the bad fruit OP, it's your day, enjoy it.

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  snazz23  |  20

#34, no, she wasn't in the wedding because she had spent the last few months telling me how much of a mistake she thinks my marriage is and neither me, nor my husband thought it would be appropriate for her to have an important role

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  MicKeyMon  |  10

makes perfect sense. my oldest friend is no longer my choice for maid of honour (and possibly no longer a bridesmaid at all) after she tried to convince me to cheat on my fiance. plus she's continued to prove she's no longer a good friend, either. unfortunately, sometimes the longest relationships/friendships are not necessarily healthy ones.

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  suprisebitch  |  20

I've only been driving for one month today and I've already had a broken group friendship over not being able to drive to prom cause I'd barley been driving and my mum said it would be too dangerous as it was quite far and I didn't know the country roads or have even driven on the motorway yet :) people can be so selfish and use you so much

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