Weddings are a time ripe for emotional implosions. People get all kinds of worked up, and amidst all the passion, completely ridiculous and unforgettable fights can break out. This batch has some bad ones and some others that aren't the end of the world. If you didn't get your fill here, check out that time a Bridezilla went complete batshit on her wedding guest invitation over here.
Redditor michaelsiemsen found the perfect way to hold onto all of the useless stuff in his garage his wife wouldn't let him throw away. "For the past two years, anything sitting in our garage that the wife says we can't get rid of, I've hung as "art" in our otherwise useless front room" -- michaelsiemsen
Nothing melts our icy hearts like the Internet banding together to make a well-earned mockery of a married buffoon stumbling outside the boundaries of his marriage to thirstily message another woman on Facebook, about her "plans for the evening." In this case, Daniella Gay received a message from a Mr. James Barrett on a Friday night; for context, she's never met the dude. So we have that nice added layer of cringe-riddled creepiness to tie everything together. For real, James, control yourself. Anyways, Gay's response and the ensuing conversation inspired a wave of wonderful memes in honor of Mr. Barrett's hilariously brutal rejection.
Daniella even went ahead, taking the initiative to start a Facebook group dedicated to Artisan Vegetables (or James Barret's ultimate demise). Check it out over here. We are all about it.
Harvey's Supermarket in Albany, Ga. ended up being the unexpected, though perfect setting for two lovebirds to tie the knot. Mary and Larry Tinson reunited at Harvey's Supermarket where they originally met four years ago on Thanksgiving when they were looking for last-minute recipe additions, to get married. Congrats to these two!
This woman's sister decided she'd spoil an awesome surprise proposal coming her way, by sharing the spoilers on Snapchat. What a time to be alive. This whole social media thing can contribute to the ultimate undoing of some very special moments, when people don't exercise sound judgment and care. The people of Reddit offered their opinions on whether or not the woman was a jerk for ruining the surprise, and the verdict seems to point at the fact that yes, she done messed up big time.