Bad wedding behavior

posted 2 years ago in Family
Post # 16
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2019 posts
Buzzing bee

I think you just need to let this go. 2 months after your wedding, stop dwelling on the fact that your Brother-In-Law was kinda a jerk to talk to. Bragging about his new job isn’t super offensive. It’s not like he was making inappropriate jokes or anything really offensive to your guests.

People probably were like “oh, he’s kinda rude…anyways, lets go dance”.

Post # 17
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7 posts
Newbee

beethree :  It could be toxic if he’s THAT narcissitic. If he’s leaving his wife to awkwardly stand there in public, it probably isn’t much healthier behind closed doors. This is all based off of the little bit we know, though. Maybe he’s just insecure. It’s annoying but I wouldn’t let a douche ruin my wedding day that was otherwise great! It reflects on him more than it does on you..

Post # 18
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625 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I wouldn’t focus on it. Focus on the positive things in your wedding.

Post # 19
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80 posts
Worker bee

My brother displays similar behavior at times. He has Asperger’s Syndrome (high-functioning autism spectrum disorder), so he isn’t trying to be rude– his life is going well and he wants people to know. I wouldn’t say it is toxic behavior although it can be annoying at times.

It sounds like it was irritating and I’m sorry it happened, but I think the only thing you can do is forget about it. Some people just have trouble socializing well.

Post # 20
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8450 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

nony205 :  

It not really ‘bad wedding behaviour’ , it’s  just boring  behaviour . I think you are probably feeling a bit anticlimactic after all the planning and lovely day etc  and now it’s just ordinary life again so you are getting abit obsessive .  

Do let it drop, it’s so umimportant.  

Post # 21
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6236 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2016

Now that you’ve noticed he does this it’s probably going to drive you nuts whenever you see him. You might want to come up with a plan for how you’re going to deal with it moving forward because he’s not likely to change and you don’t want to end up so fixated on him that you can’t enjoy gatherings because of his presence.

Post # 23
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669 posts
Busy bee

Truth is… every wedding is going to have THAT guy/girl. Seems inevitable.

Does not even have to be a wedding. So be happy and swerve because it happens everywhere.

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