Facebook rant by bride upset at what she considers her guests’ cheapness goes viral
It’s no secret that some brides can be very demanding, but one such bridezilla recently went on a rant on Facebook, and we’ll be surprised if she has any friends left, let alone a groom. The bride in question recently blasted her friends and family because none of them were willing to shell out $3,000 each to celebrate her big day at a destination wedding in Thailand.
“At the risk of sounding entitled... I have to vent today,” she wrote, and then went off on how only nine people out of 150 RSVPd to the big day. “Ok, I get it, paying $3k to share my special day is too much for some for you, I'd pay for yours, but whatever,” she continued. She then noted that they switched the big day to Hawaii, which brought the price down by $1,000, but in that case only seven people RSVPd. “It costs less but less of you wanna come?,” she ranted. “Is that what you think of [D] and me? You can't spare $2k to come share our happiness?”
The bride then threatened to elope, and gave her guests three days to respond or they’d be deleting them off Facebook. And showing how truly shallow she is, she then added, “And don't get me started on the registry... Only the cheap stuff is gone, I swear I thought I had better friends.”
- The Facebook post was shared to Reddit, where, as you can imagine, folks had definite thoughts about this bridezilla. “At the risk or sounding entitled, your friendship is only worth the amount of money you will spend on me," one person posted, while another added, “Dude needs to run away. This is headed toward a train wreck. No woman is that hot.”
Source: The Mail
Divorce is on a high because of "Fortnite."
“Fortnite” is causing some couples to say “Game over” in their marriages.
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This health coach drinks two glasses of urine a day for health benefits.
For health and fitness coach Faith Canter, drinking urine can actually fix some of your ailments. Sound gross? Yeah, we thought so, too. Canter isn’t just applying some pee to a jellyfish sting. She’s ACTUALLY drinking the stuff. But how did the drinking urine thing even start?
Turns out, she had an extreme allergic reaction to a mosquito bite and ended up with a very swollen right eye. She tried several medical treatments but nothing worked. She decided to test out the urine theory, and sure enough, her reaction was gone within hours of downing some wee. What’s worse? She now drinks two glasses a day for the health benefits.
Sure, urine therapy – aka urophagia – is a thing from ancient cultures. But can you believe there are people who still swear by the practice today? And by the way – this isn’t widely accepted either. Seriously…what are these people thinking?