I’m torn. Do I want there to be a full camera crew at my wedding taping every move of mine in 4K HD slow motion? No, absolutely not, because if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that no one looks good in slow motion when they’re three sheets to the wind trying not to spill their scotch on the dance floor. But in that same breath, I don’t want to drain my bank account for a picturesque wedding and not have people who weren’t invited be unable see photos of my reception. Everyone knows that you only have big weddings for two reasons: to show your friends how rich you are, and to get incredible photos that you use as social media backstock.
This guy, though, he wasn’t about that life. He wanted absolutely no part in putting his wedding photos on social media to the point where he told his wife that she was absolutely not allowed to use Snapchat on her wedding day. And when she actually did use Snapchat? Well, let’s let the bride’s brother explain via Metro.
‘There was a prenuptial agreement between my sister and her fiancé that she would not use social-media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter to post or send her pictures.
‘It was included in the marriage contract and became binding. Regretfully, my sister did not honour the pledge and used Snapchat to share pictures from the wedding ceremony with her female friends, resulting in the shocking decision by the groom to cancel their marriage and call for divorce.’
The most incredible part of the entire story? This groom ended the wedding after two hours. Two hours after my wedding, I’m going to be passed out in a chair in the honeymoon suite of whatever hotel I’m staying in with a fifth of Blanton’s in my hand – not heading to the court asking for a fucking divorce. To me, it just sounded like this guy was looking for an out in their relationship. You actually have to commend him because leaving someone at the altar is just a dick move. If you’re going to leave your wife (or fiancee) on your wedding day, at least make sure everyone is blasted first. After all, they’re probably not going to refund you for the open bar so you might as well make the best of it. .