By Anonymous - Australia - Richmond
Today, my future sister-in-law cancelled my invitation to her and my brother's wedding. Her reason was that I was incredibly rude to announce my pregnancy to my family at a time like this, because it took all the attention away from her. FML
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  feelingold  |  18

I agree, but OP has missed on the all-important detail... if this thing is tomorrow and you're at the rehearsal dinner - you bad. If this thing is in August - she bad. More info needed.

  MiloBear  |  11

I agree with #62. My mom says that at her rehearsal dinner, her sister announced that she had just got engaged and at the wedding reception her sister in law announced that she was pregnant. In her head, she knew it was a convenient time because all the family was together but, coming from a large family, she just wanted one day where she was special.

  TrueTriage  |  16

I don't understand why some people require EVERYONE to be at their constant beckon for a congrats with a wedding. I understand its a huge deal. I don't understand why it requires everyone to be waiting on them hand and feet before, during, and a month after the wedding.

  CrookedCook  |  14

There's no way to deal with attention whores. If OP decides to not show up at wedding after being uninvited, I'm sure everyone is going to wonder why. once word gets out, people at the wedding would pity OP and the bride would get jealous all over again.

  primadonna9396  |  16

Yeah, she doesn't seem like the kind of person OP would want to be around anyway. OP if I were you I'd just stay home and play vidya, no one needs the stress (especially being pregnant). Congratulations btw

  nature_girl_08  |  14

35: my best friend's ex sister-in-law was one of those attention-whore, batshit-crazy their wedding, not only did she pass out pictures of herself to all the guests (without the groom in any of the pictures), she went up to their wedding cake and took the groom piece off and threw it in the trash.

By  daizttgg  |  9

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By  inthedopeshow  |  17

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  dawnimus  |  21

What does liking my little pony have to do with being whipped and/or a pussy? It's actually a pretty entertaining show, written with a lot of adult humour so that parents can enjoy watching along with their kids. It's got a big following for a reason - it's a good show. The husband-to-be in this FML is clearly under the thumb if he can't talk sense into his future wife.

  truesarrif  |  33

I was referring to the disturbing trend of "bronies" who get off on watching my little pony. and seeing as how a "brony" thinks the guy is whipped is rather ironic. if I must I shall show my work. my little ponies is a child's show enjoyed by little girls. a grown man that takes pleasure in a cartoon horse is neither manly or sane for that matter. hence a pussy calling another guy a pussy is a laughable thing. so thumb me down all you want but #31 and any other grown guy into my little ponies should seek professional help immediately.


Bronies are the people who enjoy the show. The majority do not get off to it.

Cloppers get off to the show. I don't really fall into either category, but I don't criticize people based on what they like.

Firstly, as for bronies that you think need psychiatric help. Why? Because they like something you don't? That's a pretty shitty reason.

Secondly...cloppers. I'll admit, it doesn't appeal to me either—but why judge? I'm not saying I'm perfect and never judge, but I'm sure something turns YOU on that some other people wouldn't like.

So stop judging the fan base of a show just because YOU think they're mental.


#74 If you weren't so dense to actually click on a profile, you'd realize he's 14. He's not a grown man. Either way, there's nothing wrong with an adult liking my little pony, there's no need for any "help" if they enjoy a show meant for younger children. You need help if you truly believe that.

  _wraith  |  15

#74 By your logic than no one should watch anything targeted for a younger audience because it's not "sane" or "manly." If a program is entertaining and carries a good message than what the hell is wrong with people enjoying it? Stop gender stereotyping, grown as men can enjoy any show they'd like.

  Tomgirl1219  |  8

In my opinion, I think bronies only become an issue when they make perverted and disturbing fan art and post it on the internet for little kids who google My Little Pony to find.

  Meme1988  |  18

Is it just me, or brothers and sisters dont really NEED to get invetations?! Invetations are for strangers , if its my brother wedding i'll be the first to show up and help (My opinion)

  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

#60 fuck that. the only reason OP shouldn't have a right to go to the wedding is if they fucked therir brother over the past. Otherwise they have a right to be there; afterall it is their brother.

  Christala  |  8

If OP is a member of the church where the ceremony is taking place, then she DOES have the right to attend, as most churches will not refuse entry to parishioners, even during a wedding ceremony. We're getting married in my fiancee's church, and there are a bunch of regulars there that I do not want to see at my wedding, particularly the creepy bell-ringer guy who sends me books about cats (because he once overheard a conversation where I mentioned to someone that we had 2 cats) and who had an autographed sports jersey sent to me as a condolence present at my grandmother's funeral service, despite the fact that I've never once showed any interest in befriending this person. However, by the rules of the Anglican church, he could show up at our ceremony if he wants to. TL:DR Yes, OP can just show up if she wants.