By hales90 - 10/08/2014 13:31 - United States - Wenona

Today, I drove an hour to a friend's wedding. Realizing I was too early, I sat in my car at a gas station and watched The Office to kill time. I walked in to see the newly married couple escorting the last few rows out. I had been told the wrong time and the wedding was over. FML
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hales90 13

It's kind of a long story behind the mix up. I previously moved, so the invitation never arrived at my new house. I confirmed I was coming, but since I never got the actual invitation, I asked one of my friends, a groomsmen, what time it started. Obviously I should've asked the bride or groom. I slipped in the back row and they never knew. I was too embarrassed to tell them the truth. I did bring a present though.

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Weddings are boring, The Office was honestly probably more entertaining. You've still got the reception, right?

At least you get to go to the reception! That's the fun part anyway ^_^

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Weddings are boring, The Office was honestly probably more entertaining. You've still got the reception, right?

What if OP was told the wrong time for the reception too?

meganlovestea 15

It doesn't matter what time they were told the reception would be, they're already there

I hope you were dressed nice and had a good gift for the two. Congrats to them and good luck to you, OP.

At least you get to go to the reception! That's the fun part anyway ^_^

xbrit551 13

same thing happened to me for my cousins wedding....good thing there was still a party:-)

lifeWASgoinggood 10

As long as it wasn't a good friend or family member that really wanted you there it wasn't that big of a deal

If they wanted them there they would've told them the correct time

Looks like someone didn't want you there

You can still pick up one of the bridesmaids at the reception don't worry about it!!

Better late then never.

Let's hope You got a gift for them.

You probably had a better time watching the office than having to listen to your older relatives talk to you about death.