Wedding planner sends list of ridiculous, typo-filled rules and gets roasted on the internet
When you get married, it's the most magical day of - oh, who am I kidding? I don't care about weddings. They're a big, stupid waste of time. But you know what I do enjoy? Reading the ridiculous demands of bridezillas on the internet. This may shock you, based my super positive attitude about weddings, but I've never been asked to participate in one of these events. As such, I had no idea that the special couples could be such jerks.
On the subreddit Choosing Beggars, the Reddit user laika_cat posted a hilarious email of demands from a wedding coordinator. The wedding coordinator-zilla spells out the couple's "rules and regulations." Or I should say, misspells the "rules and regulations." It's full of embarrassing spelling mistakes. Ha! What a loser. Only idiots spell words rong. Anyway, combined with the strict stipulations, it makes for an entertaining read.
Let the roast from Reddit begin!
Whoever counts all the typos first doesn't have to go
If this happened, it would be worth the $75
It will be very romantic
That would be a new level of crazy
You might be overestimating
I say go with a mohawk
Sigh, so true
Imagine the freakout
This sums it all up