Grab your hot cross buns and settle in because it’s time for another cooked wedding yarn. A bachelorette party guest has gone viral on social media after she sent a list of strict rules to her fellow guests and the bride insisting they all follow them during their trip to Las Vegas. This might not sound too bad but uh, the list, it’s a bit much.
Screenshots of the lengthy email were originally posted on Reddit, then the Facebook group That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming, and Twitter. Names have obviously been changed.
So, Taylor – the aforementioned guest – was not originally invited to Emma’s wedding or bachelorette party. Upset, she apparently threw a fit and “started this smear campaign against Emma saying how she betrayed the bond of sorority.”
Since most of Emma’s bridal party know each other from college, Emma caved and invited Taylor to her wedding. A month later, Taylor chucked another tanty because she wasn’t invited to the bachelorette party.
“There was a big debate in our group chat, and we ultimately decided what the hell, what’s the worst that could happen? And gave her the benefit and invited her,” the OP wrote.
And now, to the email. It begins with Taylor expressing her excitement for their upcoming trip to Vegas.
I know Vegas is known as “sin city”, but despite this, I still have to uphold the moral code our Father inscribed in my heart. Due to this, I have some ground rules that I’d like everyone to follow. These will not only help me remain aligned with the Church, but also keep us all out of trouble.
1. Sunday, the 12th, I have found an appropriate church and contacted the Pastor there explaining that we’re from out of town, but we’d still like to attend services. Sunday @ 7:15am, we’ll be Ubering to the church. I can’t wait to share God with all of you. I think it’ll be a nice way to cleanse us of our sins from that week.
2. In the hotel room, no hard liquor. I don’t want people inebriated and falling from the balcony. Also, as this is my first time being “of age” and in an environment with prevalent drinking, I don’t want to be tempted by these foul drinks. I’m not sure how I’ll react to “rum” or “tequila” or “vodka” and I’d like to test these in more controlled environments. Please stick to light beers and red wines.
3. There will be no sex taking place in our hotel rooms/anywhere in the suite. As none of us have committed ourselves to husbands yet, there’s no need to have premarital sex.
4. Please don’t invite random men back to the suite. I do not see a need for them to be there or know where we are staying. I don’t want to be robbed!
5. Please venmo me $50 each as I will be buying groceries for the hotel room. The last thing we need is to be famished in that desert heat.
6. Absolutely under no circumstances – no drugs. Half of you currently work in positions that require you to have security clearances and I do not want you to be tempted by these substances. Drugs bring nothing but problems. [Redacted] please leave your adderall at home. I understand you have a medical condition, but as you will not be studying, there’s no need for you to take your methamphetamines.
Can you imagine if someone just replied ‘no’ and nothing else? You know, because she’s not even the goddamn bride.
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Weddings, terrifying areas.