(Closed) Irony

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Yes, it is ironic, but totally understandable. Planning a wedding is so much work, with so many expectations. Of course the pressure of planning such a huge event would make anyone stressed out. That’s why I don’t think its fair to call someone "bridezilla," because  the poor woman usually has a reason for feeling so frustrated (even if she’s not expressing her frustration in the best way.)

Post # 4
Member
66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I’m with you.  And I am starting to hate my family.  Get this I want to make this cheap and easy for everyone and they’re fighting me on it. Case in point, I don’t want gifts. My fiance and I have more than we need.  SO what do my parents say? They tell me I’m rude and disregarding American culture – that people don’t know what to do if I don’t register.  So I said I would register for a charity.  My parents think that is "selfish".  WTF? I’m selfish because all I want for my wedding is for people to come spend the day with me and I don’t want to stress them out spending money on stuff I don’t even need. Seriously, my parents raised me to be considerate and now they’re bashing me for it.  So much for "cheap and easy."

Post # 5
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303 posts
Helper bee

I feel the same way!  Why is one day… taking up so much time and effort and MONEY!

Don’t worry I think there are a lot of people that feel the same way as you… and I don’t think you’re becoming a bridezilla ^_^ since you’re worrying about it.  Hehe.

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