(Closed) Miss Coffee Grabs an Axe! DEAR GOD!

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
6998 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

Haha this is great, i swear to myself and the FH that i will never be “that girl” but you just never know…but If i can sit through endless games of COD and Halo Reach i hope he can handle my undying love for SYTTD and the possibility that for a few days leading up to the big day i might be a little bit crazier than normal

Post # 4
18637 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Yeah I never really became a crazy person the week before my wedding.  The details and planning weren’t a huge deal to me (horror on the Bee I know)!

Post # 5
3752 posts
Honey bee

haha! Oh, Mr.Coffee. The funniest thing is, I know I’m not the type of person to become overly crazed about the small things. i.e. I don’t think I’ll every become a bridezilla. That being said, I think I’m becoming a bridezilla right now if Mr.TKE doesn’t help me set a date for our wedding πŸ™‚ haha! Anyhow, your go tme thinking when you said Miss Coffee grabbing an axe. I was wondering what you did to prevoke this. Please don’t become a Groomzilla Mr.Coffee πŸ™‚

Post # 6
253 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

That line made my Fiance cringe as well.  The problem is the women on bridezilla already have those types of personalities, the wedding just intensifies it.  I can never imagine doing anything those girls do but that is just not my personality.

Post # 7
739 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Mr. Coffee,

     If I may, I’d love to share a piece of advice that may help Miss Coffee to not become a bridezilla.  The thing about wedding planning is it can become so all consuming.  This details that all come together to form a deeply significant day in your life can begin to loom large in your brain and become your sole focus.  I know they did for me.  I started to long for the days when we were dating and not engaged.  Those days seemed so carefree and fun.  So, I sat down with my husband (my Fiance at the time!) and requested that we started going on non-wedding planning dates.  We would designate certain dates as “non-wedding planning” and if either one of us started to mention anything remotely related to the wedding, we would stop ourselves.  This gave us an opportunity to look at the bigger picture of other things going on in our lives and also to focus on our relationship (the real reason we wanted to get married in the first place!!!).  These non-wedding dates really helped me maintian my sanity.

Post # 8
2714 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

A zombie invasion is a serious threat that my Fiance and I will be sure to prepare ourselves for on the day of our wedding. πŸ˜‰

I just need to say that your post had me cracking up at work… I hope that I do not become the horrible b-word before our wedding, but I do tend to act a bit irrational in stressful situations… let’s just hope all goes smoothly so it will never come to that!

Post # 9
1940 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

LOL this is a great post.  I guess it is a good thing that neither of us watch Bridezilla. 

Post # 10
2742 posts
Sugar bee

I honestly don’t believe a lot of those bridezilla episodes. I mean, who’d want to marry those women? They already have that personality BEFORE the wedding, the stress just amplifies it. Oh well, I am a big planner by nature and lazy to boot. I don’t know if I will be that stressed!

Post # 11
3219 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

haha! You have the best posts!

I don’t think real life brides ever turn into the girls on the show they are just there for $ & raitings. Just try to remember that next time. Now that I am wedding planning I cant even watch thoes shows anymore.

Post # 13
7300 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

Oh man! Juan just scared every male watching that episode last night. Mr. was walking through the living room and stopped as he was saying it. He gave me a look of warning. He won’t put up with it. I know who to be crazy around.

Plus, the producers of that show encourage the brides to act like that for ratings. I know a girl who was on it from here. It was an interracial couple getting married here in Pittsburgh. She was white and he was black. His sisters were causing all sorts of drama, but they told me that the producers basically created the story. They don’t act like that in real life. it’s a shame some of these women sign up for this just for a honeymoon. I would not be cutting heads off for ratings and a free honeymoon.

Post # 14
4693 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Thanks for this post, it made me chuckle!  I certainly needed that after a bit too much time on a certain other thread… πŸ™‚ 

Post # 15
1667 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

haha, well at least you are 100% clear on half of the potential problems

Post # 16
14494 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Oh this post made my Monday, thanks.

We watched a few episode of bridezilla and my FH and I had the same conversation. When all hell broke loose earlier this year when the Fh’s ex passed away, I calmly and rationally picked up the phone and moved everything until next year. He said with that I calmed any nervousness he had about me being a bridezilla. He also said if we could handle that so calmly the rest of life would be a cake walk.

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