“I called off my brother’s wedding because of a joke his fiancé made” Reddit story gets support from people

A Reddit story titled “I called off my brother’s wedding because of his fiancé’s joke” has taken over social media and the incident only becomes more shocking as time goes on.

Social media users love to indulge in an engaging and entertaining story, and Reddit happens to be the best place to find them. From incidents like “AITA for embarrassing my wife at the supermarket” to a story of a user blowing smoke straight in his addicted girlfriend’s face, the platform has proven to be the place where all the juicy gossip unfolded. While doing so, people came across a story on TikTok titled “I canceled my brother’s wedding because of a joke his fiancé made,” and many are convinced that the user did the right thing.


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“I called off my brother’s wedding because his fiancé made a joke,” the story reads

The anonymous user begins the story by telling people that her brother met his fiancée Ella at a party three years ago and that they now plan to live happily ever after. Even if it sounds like a fairy tale, it didn’t work that way. The user notes that she and Ella never had a good relationship, as she often made fun of her makeup, made comments about her weight, had problems with her dog, or made comments about the scars on her arm.

Still, the user tried to keep the peace between them as her brother seemed genuinely in love. The situation got worse when her brother proposed to her and asked Ella to be the maid of honor. As part of her duty, Ella expected the sister to handle everything from booking the venue to paying for other arrangements. It got complicated when the user had to provide their own credit card for these payments.

While the Reddit user complied with all requests, Ella didn’t seem too happy when it came time to talk about the money. Instead, she asked the user what he wanted the money for since his dog was dead. After this incident, the Reddit user canceled all bookings and stopped answering his siblings’ calls. Although the mother felt she had done the right thing, it was no surprise that Ella disagreed.

Users react to the story

People quickly came forward and supported the user. One person wrote, “I just care about you getting your money back girl.” Another added, “So it was handled better than I would have.”

“I don’t understand people, if you want your wedding a certain way, wait and save so you can have it. What’s the rush and unnecessary drama?” said another user. “Your brother needs to wake up and smell the roses…” But no wedding roses with Ella,” said another.

“Absolutely not! “It’s not the maid of honor’s responsibility to plan the wedding let alone pay for everything,” said another. “

She tried to rob OP, was cruel and never treated them well. Why has she been silent for so long? “I should try to save the brother from a mistake,” thought another.

Wedding figure, separated couple, bride standing on stack of dollars (Peter Dazeley/Getty Images)

There are several other stories like this one

Reddit has long been used as a discussion forum and this isn’t the first time someone has shared an incident from their life.

If you found this story interesting, you can read posts like My Daughter Cheated on Me, The Wedding Scandal, My Wife Hates My Best Friend, The Wedding Scandal of a Mother and Her Daughter and more.

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Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing EmmaBowman@ustimetoday.com.

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