This story is a prime example of why none of us should ever base our expectations on anything we see in the media. Even if you do want to be inspired by something you’ve seen in a show or movie, animes and cartoons should probably be off-limits, as everything you see in them is literally drawn and doesn’t need to attend to any physical laws.
We really did not expect that we would have to explain this to anyone…
Fighting Over What Truly Matters
If there's one thing we do believe is worth fighting over, it must be chocolate. Let's just say that if we meet someone and they don't like chocolate, it's not only a deal breaker but an actual red flag. What kind of a psychopath does not enjoy the sweetness of chocolate?
Oh, wait, it isn't about him, it's about his allergic children? We're gonna have to take his side, then. You can't really fight with allergies, can you? Unless you're a bridezilla, of course.
Firing a Friend
There were times in which words like 'firing' were saved for specific situations. Like when you have a job that pays you and then for some reason they decide to let you go. But, alas, these days even people who aren't paid can get fired.
If a maid of honor, who is a good friend of yours, is willing to put up with you in the worst of times, maybe it's actually a sign you shouldn't let her go. We don't know what caused her to fire the friend, or what made the friend agree to come back last minute, but we do know this Bridezilla was out of control.
The Phone Alarm That Ruined Everything
Some things are only a big deal because you make a big deal out of them. Let's say a phone rings and then it's silenced, it's uncomfortable, right, but that should be it.
If you stop an entire ceremony to shout at your own husband-to-be, that sounds a lot more uncomfortable and awkward to us. Also, if your future wife wants to smash your phone and openly discuss it in front of your family and friends, maybe that's a red flag?
Maybe It's for the Best
Look, in this case, we think the real crisis was averted. The poor bridesmaids won't have to suffer months and months of being bridezilla's playthings, and the only people who will have to suffer this bride's behavior will be her fiance and her close family. Maybe having a smaller wedding has actually turned her into a smaller bridezilla.
There's also a lesson to be learned somewhere here, something about how sometimes people can't come on a date you picked, but it's not an attack on you?