Everyone wants their wedding to be one of the best days of their life, and there's no contesting that it should be all about the bride and groom...
But it seems like one sister did not get that memo.
Trying to pick our Maid of Honour or Best Man is no easy feat and you don't want to be burning any bridges when bridesmaids turn into bridesmaid-zillas.
This was one bride's debacle when she was left to choose between her two sisters, Mary and Anne, for the all important Maid of Honour duty.
Anne maid the cut.
The bride-to-be then took to the world of Reddit to share the bizarre situation, where her sister Mary offered her a whopping $10,000 to ditch Anne as her Maid of Honour choice...
"My older sister Mary was always daddy's little girl and she grew up cruel, selfish, and conceited just like him. My little sister and I have never been close with her or our father but we've always been there for each other. When my father passed last year he left Mary the bulk of his estate. Mary is flashing about town with the cash while my sister and I have been struggling to help our ailing mother get by.
"Mary visits our mom once in awhile and spends her time there making the kind of cruel comments our father made and texting. I really don't like her but she mostly ignored me until now. My younger sister Anne has always been the great beauty of the three of us and my older sister has always reserved the best of her vitriol for Anne. I know showing up Anne is probably the only reason Mary wants to be my maid of honor.
"She paid my brother to let her come to his graduation and make a speech, she paid up. She paid Anne to let her be a chaperone on her senior trip instead of mom, she paid up. She pays my brother for information on what Anne will be wearing to certain events, Anne knows, she always pays up. When we were little she would give me candy to tell her what Anne's diary said, Anne made stuff up for me to tell her, she always paid what she thought she owed."
One thing's for sure, this bride's wedding is going to be jam-packed with more drama than The Bachelor...
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