A ‘BRIDE’ has been caught out after boasting about snapping up her dream wedding ceremony costume for £14 – just for it to prove she’s not really engaged.
Taking to Fb the nameless lady shared a snap of her cut price robe main folks to congratulate her on her upcoming nuptials.
The ‘bride’ shared a snap of the costume that she had picked up in a charity storeCredit score: Fb
Ultimately the girl needed to admit that she was actually not engaged, leading to just a few raised eyebrows.
Captioning the snap of her costume, the girl wrote: “Discovered my future wedding ceremony costume right now.
“Fell in love with this costume and I couldn’t move it up, it was $20 (£14) from REDACTED.”
She later edited her publish so as to add: “Thanks for the congratulations! I’m not really getting married but however … sometime!”
Many have been fast to congratulate the girl on her wedding ceremonyCredit score: Fb
Her publish was then shared on the group That’s It I’m Wedding Shaming, joking that her boyfriend ought to “run for the hills.”
Fellow group members have been equally baffled, sharing their outrage within the feedback.
One wrote: “Why do folks purchase wedding ceremony attire when there ain’t no wedding ceremony?”
“To purchase a costume with out having a marriage deliberate (or a person for all we all know) is odd”, agreed one other.
Nevertheless, she later revealed that she wasn’t really engagedCredit score: Fb
A 3rd attested: “Woman, you’re terrifying!”
The Fb group is the biggest of the marriage shaming selection boasting over 54,000 members worldwide.
You possibly can critique attire, decorations and naturally, dramatic brides who’re kindly dubbed “bridezillas”.
There’s even classes on your posts the place you may file your rant underneath widespread tags comparable to “cringe”, “cheesy household” and “f***ing yikes”.
In different wedding ceremony information, this bride publicly shamed her friend’s £2.50 wedding present, calling it a “slap in the face.”
And this bride-to-be was slammed for taking out her phone to upload a photo of her engagement ring BEFORE saying sure.
Plus wedding ceremony shamers blasted bride for wearing a dress she can’t ‘walk, sit or dance in’.