Post # 32
What?!?! That’s insane. First of all, I would NEVER, EVER do anything like that. But, if I did, my Fiance would leave me, right then and there. In front of everyone. No questions asked.
I wasn’t at this wedding, but a friend had told me that she was at a wedding that there was a fist fight at. It was the end of the night and two guys were drunk and got into a fight. Craziness.
Post # 33
Wait…she punched him on purpose?! I read it to mean that she punched him on accident by trying to get her balance or something. Yikes…
Post # 34
Whoa! She actually punched him? I bet if you listened carefully you could hear divorce lawyers sharpening their claws!
Post # 35
@bearlove: I’ll play. Worst wedding I’ve been to (and actually stood up in) involved all of the following things:
– A trailer park
– A sloppy drunk bride screaming and hitting her soon to be husband the night before the wedding
– Bride dancing on a bar and stripping
– A tractor pull with cans of Natty Light
– A drunken high speed police chase across state lines
– The wedding ended with the bride hysterically crying while intoxicated saying that we ruined her wedding and we were all jealous of her.
EDIT: Oh yeah, a few more things. I was not allowed to bring my long-term boyfriend because they didn’t want to pay for his food or alcohol. What were the food and drinks you ask? A bag of chips on a table (not even in a bowl), a bowl of potato salad, and grilled cheese. There was a keg that you had to pay $5 for and you had to buy your own softdrinks.
Post # 36
- Wedding: October 2019 - City, State
@bearlove: I would have called the cops. Especially if I was there as a guest of the grooms side. I don’t care who hits who, its assault, plain and simple.
Ok maybe I wouldn’t just up and call but I would have probably gotten up and walked out right then. thats just unacceptable. Just because its your wedding day doesnt give you free reign to do whatever you want. including hitting your new husband! what a way to start a marriage!
p.s. I wouldn’t include the no alcohol thing as part of what made the wedding terrible. plenty of couples (including some here on the bee) have dry weddings and they turn out great.
Post # 37
I’ll play! Worst one was my own – Las Vegas, record heat (108 in the shade), part of the strip actually lost power, including my chapel, so last minute venue change (and the new venue was AWFUL and smelled funny), borrowed cheap fake flowers and he forgot the marriage licenses at the hotel room. His mom called multiple times a day during our honeymoon, and he answered the phone every time. Among her brilliant suggestions, twe should buy a trailer and move on to their property so they could see us every day! That and she wanted to know how the baby making was going. Shockingly, we were split up within 3 months and divorced the day after the minimum waiting period.
My best friend STILL teases me to this day.
Post # 38
@stardustintheeyes: Oh I only mentioned the dry weddng thing because I wanted to make it clear this bride’s crazy action had nothing to do with intoxication
Post # 39
- Wedding: October 2019 - City, State
@bearlove: ohhh ok that makes sense. I actually was going to ask if she was drunk and that brought my attention to the “no alcohol” portion of the post.
Post # 40
@silkspectre94: Your Maid/Matron of Honor didnt show up?? WTF?
Post # 41
She punched him and he still married here ((RED FLAG))
I have never been to a bad wedding, some were okay. The worst one the bride (who I strongly disliked) and her husband said vows in the big church and then they pecked on the cheek?!?!? I wasn’t sure at the time if there was some Church rule about kissing (WTH does this Jewish girl know!) After my date and I were sitting at the “misfit table” the table of people who don’t fit anywhere else and the guy next to me was wearing a leather suit; vest, blazer and pants and after a few drinks asked me if I could tie the cherry stem (from my drink) with my tongue He also offered to buy me a drink- he had a date and I had an e-ring on sitting next to my then-FI.
The bachelor party (according to then bf/date) was also pretty epic. Since super religious Father-In-Law was being invited there was no dancer or booze and they went to a wrestling event. bf/date didn’t know it would be booze-free and he was sitting a few rows back- got pretty drunk and was cursing. The fiancee turned around, grabbed his drink and said no booze was allowed and he was embarassing him. So 20 guys sit at a major wrestling event silently and soberly after spending $200+ for their tickets with their hands in their laps as fiancee turned around ever few minutes with a don’t-make-me-stop-this-car look. The bf/date and another friend left and went to a strip club.
Post # 42
Ten years ago I was at a wedding where the groom and best man (brothers) got into a physical fight so bad the police came and the mother of the men had to convince them not to press charges. Party. Over. I can still remember it like it was yesterday.
Post # 43
@bearlove: She punched him in the face?? Really? Wow…….
Post # 45
@Lily_of_the_valley: Where are the reality TV cameras when you need them? Are they still married?
Post # 46
@stardustintheeyes: Updated the OP to make that clearer 🙂