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Wedding guest demands bride returns expensive gift after being disinvited due to…

12 October 2020, 12:20

A bride's best friend has demanded her expensive gift back
A bride’s best friend has demanded her expensive gift back.

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People are divided after a woman revealed she’d demanded a wedding gift back from her best friend.

A woman has asked for advice online after she demanded her best friend return the expensive wedding gift she’d given her.

Writing on Reddit, the anonymous user explained that she had helped her friend Stacey prepare for her wedding for ‘over 20 hours’.

But the bride and groom were forced to disinvite most of their guests last minute due to new coronavirus rules.

The woman wrote: “The wedding was set to be beautiful. Stacey and I spent countless hours together pouring over every single detail.

Weddings have now been reduced to 15 people in England
Weddings have now been reduced to 15 people in England.

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“Vows, invites, menu, flowers, table settings. You name it, we covered it. It was A LOT of work,

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Woman in wedding dress ambushes boyfriend at work and demands they get married ‘right now’ in viral video

People usually don’t go to work on the day of their wedding. Also, they usually know it’s their wedding day.

Video of a woman seemingly surprising her boyfriend while he’s at work with a wedding recently went viral. According to the footage, the bride-to-be simply showed up while her (maybe) fiancé was in the middle of his shift at Target. Based on his reaction, he seemed to have no idea.

According to the post on TikTok, the footage was filmed at a Target in Las Vegas. In the first video, a woman wearing a wedding dress can be seen wandering the store with a man in a priest’s outfit, another woman and a man filming on his camera phone.

In the second video, which has gone viral, the bride-to-be has seemingly found her boyfriend (in the Halloween aisle). As onlookers gather, she demands that he put a ring on her

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Woman in wedding dress ambushes boyfriend at work and demands they get married ‘right now’ in viral video | National

(FOX NEWS) — People usually don’t go to work on the day of their wedding. Also, they usually know it’s their wedding day.

Video of a woman seemingly surprising her boyfriend while he’s at work with a wedding recently went viral. According to the footage, the bride-to-be simply showed up while her (maybe) fiancé was in the middle of his shift at Target. Based on his reaction, he seemed to have no idea.

According to the post on TikTok, the footage was filmed at a Target in Las Vegas. In the first video, a woman wearing a wedding dress can be seen wandering the store with a man in a priest’s outfit, another woman and a man filming on his camera phone.

In the second video, which has gone viral, the bride-to-be has seemingly found her boyfriend (in the Halloween aisle). As onlookers gather, she demands that he put a

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‘Bridezilla’ in wedding dress ambushes her fiance at work and demands he marries her on the spot or she’s ‘done’

A “BRIDEZILLA” has been caught ambushing her fiance at work and demanding he marries her on the spot, or she’s “done”.

The unnamed woman, who’s in a wedding dress, stormed into popular American chain Target, where her fiance works, to make the demands.

A bride was caught on camera ambushing her her fiance at work, in a wedding dress

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A bride was caught on camera ambushing her her fiance at work, in a wedding dressCredit: Tik Tok / @boymom_ashley
The bride tells her beau to 'commit or she's done' in the TikTok video

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The bride tells her beau to ‘commit or she’s done’ in the TikTok videoCredit: Tik Tok / @boymom_ashley

She was flanked by a bridesmaid and a priest – and the whole thing was caught on camera by baffled shopper @boymom_ashley – who posted a video on TikTok.

“You put this ring on my finger two years ago and it’s time to do it or get out,” the bride is filmed telling her fiance, who’s in the middle of restocking shelves with Halloween costumes

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Multiple Demands Causing Women To Abandon Workforce : Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

Last month, women left jobs at four times the rate that men did. A new school year with children staying home instead of returning to classrooms in person led many women to drop out of the workforce.

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Last month, women left jobs at four times the rate that men did. A new school year with children staying home instead of returning to classrooms in person led many women to drop out of the workforce.

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Here’s a stunning stat: Women are leaving the workforce at four times the rate as men.

The burden of parenting and running a household while also working a job during the pandemic has created a pressure cooker environment in many households, and women are bearing the brunt of it.

It has come to a head as a new school year starts with many

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