(Closed) Guest at my wedding says she should have married my husband.

posted 5 years ago in Family
Post # 31
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

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jennmariee :  I agree with this too. 

Is your “friend” single? Misery loves company. Perhaps she told you this because sheshe jealous of your happiness?

I’d keep my distance from both of these drama filled people. 

Post # 32
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Busy bee

Just ignore it. She specifically told your best friend so it would get to your ears and make you mad. Don’t let her win.

Post # 33
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Petty me would ask her about it in front of the two brothers. Mature me would tell my hubby but not let it bother me.

Post # 34
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018 - Vineyard Lake

Wow! Just wow!! (Shakes head in disgust)

Post # 35
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Sugar bee

I mean, personally if the situation were different and my husband went off at a wedding about how he should have married the bride, my sister, I’d want to know. It would cause me to question my marriage. Her behavior is not just ridiculous, it’s really disturbing. Not to mention SO extremely inappropriate. Have you seen other signs she’s very unhappy in her marriage? 

Just to be clear, I’m not suggesting that you repeat this gossip to Brother-In-Law. If his wife is that unhappy, he’s going to discover this on his own. 

Post # 36
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Bumble bee

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feeling09 :   I had my best friend at our wedding say “I should have married Bob, but Deb got to him first. If it was the other way around she’d be making the speech.”

We aren’t friends anymore.

Post # 37
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

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feeling09 :  

You mentioned headache meds? Just going out on a limb here, but some meds interact with alcohol ( like antihistamines) that could results in a lower than expected tolerance.

Your SIL didn’t say this to you. I’m not sure why she said it. As long as u r DH won’t cheat, does it matter? I mean, she is probably having an issue with ur Brother-In-Law as every married person does with their spouse at some point. I’d take a monitor and see approach. If she hasn’t been weird to ur DH in 15 years of marriage prior chances are, she was just drunk and being an ass. 

If she was weird prior, then let ur DH handle it. The same way he was dealing with it before.

Post # 38
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Sugar Beekeeper

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feeling09 :  

If your husband knows and doesn’t care , and doesn’t want to tell his brother maybe it’s just  some  not quite sober crapping on .  I,  like another pp,  would be more worried  about a friend  who let her talk about  it for half an  hour. So easy to say ,” hey yeah right , well let’s get a cupcake”  or something. Or just  go to the loo and not get  back to her . Drama making if you ask me . Nothing to do with you really ,  ridiculous and maybe a bit sad. 

Post # 39
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

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jennmariee :  nope, that part got me too. It doesn’t make sense. What person lets someone monopolize them for half an hour going in about their best friend’s husband. At her wedding. 

Im doubling down in shit-stirrer.

OP, wasn’t your best friend in your wedding? Why did she listen to this?

Post # 40
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Buzzing bee

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feeling09 : Why would she tell your best friend of all people?

Post # 41
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

This sounds like an amplified bad game of telephone.

Post # 42
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: NJ

It was just an elaborate way of complaining about her husband. Which she probably does a lot. I don’t think she literally wishes she had married your husband, she just wishes she had married another guy who has good traits your husband has, that her husband doesn’t. 

For God’s sake, don’t take it so seriously.

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