These Facebook Bridezilla Screenshots Are So Chaotic We Don’t Care If They’re Fake

There’s nothing that brings the internet together quite like an monstrous bride story, so please settle in, because this one’s a cracker.

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According to a series of Reddit posts, a bride who crowdfunded $30,000 for her her wedding is facing a mass revolt from her friends and family after she cancelled the wedding last-minute.

Pam‘, as our bride is called, announced on Facebook the money would instead be spent on a ‘pre-wedding’ honeymoon, with a new crowdfunding campaign to be announced to pay for an “even better” wedding sometime in the future.

“Can you believe we have raised over $30,000???” Pam said on Facebook.

“Unbelievable! Don’t worry, the money you’ve donated will not be spent in vain but rather used towards a honeymoon in the coming months. After we regain financial stability and hold calm in our hearts after a honeymoon we will announce a new wedding date and re-open our fund for any further gifts. Weddings are expensive!”

Now, a word of caution: this story is almost definitely fake. Since it went viral on Reddit and Twitter, multiple sleuths have come in to wisely declare that a lack of Facebook reacts or previous posts from the Redditor indicate it’s all cooked up in someone’s brain. But the chaotic energy emanating from these posts is so pure and perfect, we don’t really care. (And we can all appreciate a bit of well-constructed storytelling in the digital age, right? They should give out Pulitzers for this shit.)

What follows is a series of comments from friends and family members simply apoplectic with rage. Perhaps ‘Pam’ thought her friendly message would be well-received, especially after she advised would-be attendees shouldn’t be “too sad”. In that respect, Pam was dead fucking wrong.

Groom’s family member:

Bride’s friend:

Bride’s uncle, who has enough money to donate $12,000 somehow:

Foolishly loyal bridesmaid:

Shout out for including the one friend saying “I’m so sorry this happened to you”, which truly just elevates the genre and puts this story firmly in 2019.

Groom’s friend:

After being clobbered from every direction – except for that one loyal bridesmaid – Pam responded with a furious message, quoting “Gengus Khan”.

The Facebook posts have gone viral on Reddit and Twitter, because nothing brings us joy like watching other people lose their shit. Is it fake? Probably! Can we enjoy this perfect addition to the digital library of perfectly crafted storytelling? Abso-fucking-lutely.