By Anonymous - 01/12/2018 11:00 - United Kingdom - Maidenhead
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I am also doubtful about what happened and how no one caught on until 6 dresses later. The employee is responsible for assisting their customers with getting into and out of the dress, so they come in close contact with both the dress and customer. Before trying on another dress, they are also responsible for putting it back on the hanger after adjusting it back to its original shape. It seems to me that the store might be out to get OP to make some sales in one transaction.
" The employee is responsible for assisting their customers with getting into and out of the dress, so they come in close contact with both the dress and customer" The employee is definitely responsible for handing over and for rehanging the dress but it's part of the brides entourage job to help the bride into and out of the dress. What women do you know that allow total strangers working at shop to help them dress and undress? I mean either way the employee would have had to screw up by not double checking the dresses before returning them, I mean what if the OP had simply damaged one in the process of getting dressed, they are responsible for looking. I just mean that the Employee is unlikely to have been helping the OP get in or out of the dress and wouldn't have been in as close of contact with the OP as you seem to suggest.
If this is true then you deserve to be made to pay for the dresses, or at least to have them professionally cleaned. There's no way you didn't notice before leaking on that many dresses. Literally so trashy! Periods don't just start without warning either you must have had a clue you were due on.
"Periods don't just start without warning either you must have had a clue you were due on. " You are either the luckiest woman on the planet, a man, or just don't understand that different bodies work differently. My period starts one of two ways, with three days of being completely sick prior to start or abruptly out of nowhere. I can start on literally any day between the 1 and 31 of the month and the point when I started the month before doesn't mean a damn thing. I could start on the 1 of November and ended on the fifth but then have my next period start on December 31st. Or I could start on November 4 end by the tenth and have my period start again November 30. I can be sitting at work totally fine and ten minutes later have blood showing through my pants even though I just got off my damn period a week and a half ago. I have been to the doctor and had things checked and I'm fine as far as all that goes, I just have a period that doesn't give a damn about the supposed schedule it is supposed to have.
Never have I ever had a period start so unexpectedly that I immediately leak through my clothes. The first day is usually a warning spotting and even if it isn't, you should vaguely know when it's due (especially when planning a wedding and dress shopping!) and it's very unlikely that with such a heavy flow (apparently) you get no other symptoms like sore breasts or general moodiness etc. the days before to alert you. Fine, perhaps I've been lucky and it does happen to other women out there, but you were changing dresses! It's not like you sat down or stood still in one outfit with no visuals at any point. Calling BS on this one.
unless it was running out of you like a faucet or you had been sitting down in each dress I really doubt this is true.
doubtful, the person assisting you would of noticed nearly immediately. and you've never heard of underwear? this just seems made up