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Man asks if he's wrong for 'killing the vibe' at sister's wedding by dodging the garter.

Man asks if he's wrong for 'killing the vibe' at sister's wedding by dodging the garter.

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Most wedding traditions are just plain weird. The dad "giving" the daughter away, the bride and groom not seeing each other before the wedding, and of course the bouquet and garter toss.

Reddit user u/kingifshortkings was accused of ruining his sister's wedding because he refused to catch her garter at the reception after her new husband pulled it off with his teeth and tossed it into the crowd of male guests.

Now he's asking the internet, "AITA (Am I The As*hole) for dodging the garter at my(21M) sister’s(27F) wedding?"

He writes:

Friday was my older sister's wedding. It was a nice wedding and I enjoyed the ceremony. However the reception I just found unpleasant. I have really bad social anxiety and it was like a big party and I just felt out of place, suffocated, and embarrassed.

After my sister did her bouquet toss, the did a game and we started prepping for the garter toss. I had never been to a wedding before, and really all I know about weddings are from TV and movies which is why I knew about the bouquet toss but not this.

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