(Closed) I'm thinking of objecting at the wedding.

posted 6 months ago in Ceremony
Post # 76
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2139 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

weddingno :  I mean… I really think you should just cut your losses here and find someone else. She’s not interested in you. She’s engaged to someone else. If she wanted you she’s be with you. And a minus bank account is quite a detail to sneak in there  My you’re a catch  

but I’ll stick around for an update 

 

Post # 77
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1057 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

You’re not being the good guy here, not any more than my fiance’s ex girlfriend who contacted him when we got engaged to tell him that she was still single and he didn’t have to settle for a “fat foreigner” if he didn’t want to.  You are trying to interfere with an engagement between two people who are willingly and happily planning to spend their lives together.  This is villain territory and I don’t root for villains.

Post # 79
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791 posts
Busy bee

weddingno :  From an outsider’s perspective, you don’t seem to have respect for her agency or judgement, given your characterization of her fiancé as a “loser” without justification and your arrogance to assert you should be the one she marries.

Post # 80
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1260 posts
Bumble bee

I’m following with interest.

This may sound condescending but do you understand how relationships work? This woman (I assume is a friend of yours since you’re invited to the wedding), met someone, fell in love, they spent years together, built a level of love and trust that they decide is worth spending the rest of their lives, decades that is, to continue to nurture. That is the biggest decision, biggest commitment anyone can make relationship wise. 

A confession of secret admiration and infatuation does not come anywhere close to comparing to this love they share. So I ask, did you really think she’s going to be so moved that she decide to leave the man she made the biggest commitment of her life to, for a friend, who suddenly reveal that he likes her? 

Only outcome of this meeting will be that you’ll be disinvites to the wedding and you’ll not be friends anymore.

Post # 81
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2298 posts
Buzzing bee

weddingno :  no one has ever given you a chance? absolutely cannot imagine why…other than the fact that no one owes you shit and women probably avoid you like the plague because no one wants to date a man whose bank account is in the negatives as a grown ass adult and whines about never being picked.

 

get over thyself.

Post # 82
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722 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

weddingno :   I cant sleep, can’t think straight.

Well yes, it’s pretty obvious that you aren’t thinking straight. That’s why the bees are pointing out that you are making a very bad decision – because you clearly aren’t thinking through your actions and the possible consequences. And saying we aren’t supporting you? We will support you 100% in your quest to find a single, interested woman. 

Post # 83
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1057 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Hey, is anyone else wondering if this is that dude who sometimes shows up here and posts that he’s a loser and no one will ever love him?  It’s a new approach for him if it is, but something about the last update made me wonder.  Anyone else know what I mean?

Post # 84
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2298 posts
Buzzing bee

evilqueenkarly :  “And saying we aren’t supporting you?” 

 

*whispers* โœ‹๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘„๐Ÿ‘‚๐Ÿฝ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

bcus it’s not real……..

Post # 85
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2794 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

This sounds familiar … even down to speaking with her in Starbucks … just saying 

Post # 86
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722 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

happiekrappie :  I would much rather give real advice on the off-chance it’s legit. What’s the worst that could happen, if it’s not? Oops, I got *caught* giving advice to a fake poster, how will I ever live it down? But on the flip side, if it is a real poster, a lot more damage can be done by only giving sarcastic responses. And I know that happens, I personally know someone who came on here with a legitimate problem and got torn apart for being a “troll” and she still has trust issues because of it. So yes, I’d rather give good advice to a fake person than give no advice to someone who needs it. Words hurt, even if they are said by strangers on the internet.

Post # 87
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791 posts
Busy bee

evilqueenkarly :  So I initially read it as “quest to find a single interested woman” – which sounded like you were suggesting it would be daunting to find even one person interested in OP.

Twizbe :  ?

Post # 88
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722 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

anonymousbee001 :  hahaha, no, sorry, I meant a woman who is not currently engaged ๐Ÿ˜Š

Post # 90
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2794 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

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