This story is quite simple. You can probably tell it in your sleep. You’ve probably heard it thousands of times.
You know what it’s like. Boy meets girl, boy and girl agree to get married, boy flakes and leaves girl at the altar, boy gets what he deserves from girl’s brothers, boy pays for the wedding, boy regrets everything and wants girl back but it’s too late. We find the boy’s story on the internet and bring it here.
Three Birds, One Stone
This couple thought they could tackle three events in one go by having their wedding on the groom's birthday, which conveniently coincides with Valentine's Day. It was the perfect plan. Or at least that's what the bride thought.
Apparently, the groom had other plans and this triple celebration turned into a triple punch in the gut when the guy decided to leave her at the altar.
How Is This Not a Movie?
Okay, who scripted this? Just raise your hand, we won't get mad, we promise. It's just that those things only seem to happen in movies. Someone literally barging in with an objection, snatching the groom from the altar, and end up marrying him?
Sounds like she still feels guilty for the way things unfolded, but hey, if it got her together with her one true love and the ex-fiancee seems to have recovered, maybe it wasn't that bad.
This person's uncle sounds like a piece of work. In fact, he sounds exactly like someone's uncle. Have you noticed how whenever there's a weird family story, the main character is always the uncle? Anyway, Mr. Uncle needed to literally almost marry someone to realize he wasn't into her after all.
How he found the right person eventually is beyond us. We wonder if fiancee #2 knew about this when they first started dating.
Maybe She's Cursed
Get left at the altar once, shame on the spouse. Get left at the altar twice, shame on the witch who probably cursed you.
Sounds like if this woman wants her happily ever after with a special someone, she needs to take an actual wedding out of the picture. Either that or knock the man unconscious so this time he can't escape. He'll just wake up with a ring on his finger and have to deal with it.