Groom leaves bride who beat sister-in-law for getting drunk, stealing gits and introducing him to BF
Bride PUNCHING her sister-in-law at the wedding after she was “drunk, thrown over and stole gifts,” reveals her husband LEFT because she begs for advice on how to win him back
- A new bride asked for advice to win back her husband
- He left her after their marriage, in which she beat his sister
- The sister had arrived drunk, handed in the gifts, stole cash, and then asked her boyfriend the question
- Twitter users tell the bride to let the man go
A bride says she was driven to beat her new sister-in-law during her marriage – and now her new husband left her for the incident.
The bride shared her story on Twitter and explained that her recent marriage was a “living hell” because of the drama.
She said the groom’s sister appeared drunk, stole gifts and then organized her own marriage proposal, after which the bride lost it and threw punches.
Earned: a new bride says she hit her sister-in-law after the woman appeared drunk at her wedding, surrendered, stole gifts and presented her to her boyfriend (stock image)
Yuck: But her husband left her and now she wants to win him back
The bride seems to have been repeatedly provoked until she broke.
Writing for advice to lifestyle bloggers SixBrownChicks, she explained the terrible behavior of the other woman.
“Sister-in-law made our recent wedding a true hell,” she said.
First she “walked around drunk” and then moved on to the gift table. While they were cleaning up, she took the opportunity to steal envelopes with cash and checks to the newlyweds as a gift.
Finally, “she suggested HER boyfriend at my reception” – and he refused.
Clearly pushed to the limit, the bride beat the sister-in-law – saying that her new husband therefore left her.
But perhaps the most wild part of the story is that the bride seeks advice on how to win the husband back.
Tidy is neat! Twitter users told her not to worry, and said the man wasn’t worth it
Dozens of Twitter users agreed to words of wisdom, with each user telling her to let the man go.
“He who left you was probably the best he could have done,” wrote one. ‘She has ruined your day in every possible way and your husband has still chosen her above you. You would have been married with a whole lot of foolishness. I’m glad you succeeded, now go on. “
“He did you a favor. Call a divorce lawyer, “another said.
“Win … him back?” tweeted another woman. “Sister, I want you to re-read the type of family you just married and then ask us again what you are trying to” win “here. Focus on annulment of this marriage. ”
A man shouted: “If you win him back, you will be stuck with her for life. I don’t think it’s worth it, because I can’t forgive anyone for that. “
And another commentator said, “Accept God’s blessing and run away from this family.”
Another note: it’s incredibly short and concise: “If a toilet flushes, don’t put your hand in to pick up the trash, ma’am.”