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Bride's mom pens offensive letter about 'unsightly' maid of honor. Twitter is horrified.

Bride's mom pens offensive letter about 'unsightly' maid of honor. Twitter is horrified.

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Instead of a bridezilla, this wedding just may have the world's worst momzilla.

As pointed out by Distractify, Slate's weekly advice column Dear Prudence recently featured a pretty offensive and shocking question written by the mother of an upcoming bride.

In her question, she explains why she doesn't want her daughter's best friend and maid of honor Katie to walk down the aisle in the wedding procession: because Katie has a limp. She mentioned it to her daughter, who is no longer speaking to her because of it. The mom wants to know if expressing her horrific and discriminatory opinion is wrong. Here's her full, extremely offensive query:

My 27-year-old daughter and her best friend, Katie, have been best friends since they were 4. Katie practically grew up in our house and is like a daughter to me. My daughter recently got engaged to her fiancé and announced that Katie would be the maid of honor (Katie’s boyfriend is also a good friend of my future son-in-law). The problem is that Katie walks with a pretty severe limp due to a birth defect (not an underlying medical issue). She has no problem wearing high heels and has already been fitted for the dress, but I still think it will look unsightly if she’s in the wedding procession limping ahead of my daughter. I mentioned this to my daughter and suggested that maybe Katie could take video or hand out programs (while sitting) so she doesn’t ruin the aesthetic aspect of the wedding. My daughter is no longer speaking to me (we were never that close), but this is her big wedding and I want it to be perfect. All of the other bridesmaids will look gorgeous walking down the aisle with my daughter. Is it wrong to have her friend sit out?

Sources: Distractify,Slate
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