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By  Shortay123  |  14

Self centered people these days. And if she doesn't want to she doesn't have to let it affect her. Live your life the way you want to. If you are old enough to be engaged you are old enough for it not to matter how it will affect her.

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  MuseFan1991  |  14

i agree totally. my nan had the same reaction, saying we dont need to get married because we already live together so we should focus on our careers and 'forget about the bloody wedding'. at the end of the day, the only people who matter in this relationship are you and your fiance, so forget what people think. i'm sure they'll come round eventually. and if they don't, youve always got your in laws :P

By  Shortay123  |  14

Self centered people these days. And if she doesn't want to she doesn't have to let it affect her. Live your life the way you want to. If you are old enough to be engaged you are old enough for it not to matter how it will affect her.

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  ThatsMyPie  |  20

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  egc573  |  40

I've actually seen 19's scenario more than once at some weddings--and the guests ALWAYS see the mom for the selfish dumbass that she is. It's my favorite tacky wedding "tradition", second only to the Money Dance.

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  egc573  |  40

You might know it as the Dollar Dance, RedPillSucks. Yeah, it's...one way to get money, I guess. And to avoid pissing off any people here who will (or did) do this at their wedding, I will say no more about this "tradition". Although 48, I know it a little differently. When I've seen it, guests are usually forking over the dollar to dance for thirty seconds with the bride or groom, not for the couple's first dance.

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