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Some people seem to forget that on their wedding day only lasts one day.
When a young man decided to propose to his girlfriend, and he didn’t think it would cause any problems. Unfortunately, his brother and future sister-in-law felt that the proposal would be to steal from the marriage, the bastard.
As a bride-to-be in ruins, and her future brother-in-law’s suggestion, that she was able to hold on to the viewer, even though it was supposed to be on for more than a week after the wedding has been set for them.
This is in spite of the fact that he was scheduled for a week after their wedding.
A Reddit user posting under the name of Justnofamily shared his story on the website of the forum. It begins by explaining that he met his current girlfriend on New Year’s Eve 2017. Now, two years later, he is ready to be set up. He had been planning on spending the night with his girlfriend, and then present the clock struck midnight.
It seemed like a good idea until he was informed of his brother’s.
“He told me, in the first instance, that is, a possible wedding date, he and his wife have been seen, it was the 21st of December, and they didn’t want me to get rid of them, and they have been confirmed for the 21st of December for their wedding. I have explained the meaning of the New Year, for me and for my girlfriend, and she was sure it had to be close to their wedding for me, because I would be stealing their spotlight, and even when I was out there to be hurt.”
Since that time, his brother and his fiancée have been trying to get him to change his plans.
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“I’ve got more than one message is received, from my brother, and the bride asked me if I would be willing to choose a different date or otherwise delay the proposals”, he said. “My brother messaged again today asking me to change it, I was told that the date was so important, and I don’t plan to change it, and it would be 10 days from the time of his marriage, and I propose, therefore, that there would be no spotlight to steal. The brother says, then, that the bride was pregnant and they were planning on announcing it on New Year’s Eve. I have to tell him, yet again, that we will be able to wait for the announcement, but I would like to propose on New Year’s Eve, and there is no limit to the number of things that can be done on the same date. He is not the answer.”
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Unfortunately, things were about to take a turn. During a conversation with his friend, the author of the message, and saw that she appeared to be clean. When he asked her what the hell was going on, he got some shocking news.
“My future sister-in-law, with her, and told her of my plans,” he revealed. “I’ve never had a problem with the sister-in-law for it, but I’m doing it right now.”
Not surprisingly, Reddit users, I felt bad for the author.
A user may be asked, “Why is it that people think that no one around them gets to do something special to happen in the month(s) on’ wedding?”
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“Your wedding is a week/month/year” does not belong to you,” said the other. The only exception to this is the proposal, or the announcement of a pregnancy in a person else’s wedding ceremony, or reception, that is really selfish.”
Another user added, “It’s… it’s crazy. If it were me, and I am unfortunately the person that I am, it would ruin any notice, or as a present for my brother and his wife had planned to spend the rest of their lives.”
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“Your future sister-in-law just wanted to ruin your plans for the future in order to get her way,” replied the other. “Don’t let her win. Follow through with your plans for the future. It’s a day that is special to you and your friend. To announce it to the world, and when you do that.”