By lizzie - 25/05/2013 06:55 - Canada - Sherwood Park
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so sorry OP! you don't deserve that on your happy day. something tells me they've been hooking up before considering they were hiding in the coat room, drunk or not. for your next wedding, don't invite your sister. in fact, i'd be surprised if you talk to her again.
@#167 You can think of it like this: 1) "My tea and crumpets" 2) "My (drunk husband) and (sister)" The hypothetical speaker of the first sentence is trying to say the same thing as "my tea and my crumpets" right? The same goes for the second sentence which is in the FML. It's OP's sister.
Wait, did the incident occur before or after the ceremony? I assume yes, in which case make it a one day marriage.
This story ended much differently than how I thought it would. You don't have to stay with someone who will disrespect you like that.