Bride pissed off with maid-of-honour for legit the stupidest reason
If you're a person who has any mates, you'll be well aware of the things you should be doing to keep their mates.
One of those things is hanging out every now and then. Another is having a nice time together. And another is not talking about them behind their back on a parenting website because you're annoyed that they happened to get engaged at the same time that you got engaged.
One bride who is having this exact (non) issue is a woman who goes by the name of 'FireHazrd' on parenting forum Mumsnet.
She said that her and her fiancée are pretty deep into organising their wedding and then, out of nowhere, comes her maid of honour daring to get engaged to her partner.
The bride wrote that her maid-of-honour wasn't proposed to or anything, the pair of them sort of just agreed to get married.
Surely everybody will be happy for them, right? Nobody will begrudge this woman a happy day, will they?
They will though.
The bride-to-be wrote:
"I'm a bit pissed off that they had to do this now. We're in the middle of all my planning, with only a few months left to go (November 11th) tensions are high and plans are messing up.
"I need her help with all this, and I'm afraid that suddenly it's all going to turn into talk about HER wedding (which she's done before, at a wedding fair with me, while not even dating her fiancée - instead of helping me."
She went on:
"I've waited nearly TEN years to have this wedding,
"I had to finish college, get well after being very sick, survive my parents both passing, save thousands to afford the bloody thing, and a whole heap of other things. I need this. I need the fuss."
The woman went on to say that her friend hasn't even been with her fella for long at all and that she just doesn't really think this wedding is a big deal at all, tbh.
"As I said, there was no proposal so I imagine she probably instigated the whole thing," she finished up.
The bride-to-be wondered whether she was being a "Bridezilla" to which most people on the thread responded: Yes.
It remains to be seen if this bride will be able to be happy for her friend, or if she will simply continue to make everything about herself for the foreseeable future because she, as she said, "deserves the fuss."