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Bridesmaid with disability ditches BFF's wedding after bride says she can't use her wheelchair.

Bridesmaid with disability ditches BFF's wedding after bride says she can't use her wheelchair.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again: getting married doesn't give anyone permission to be a monster. And yet, time and again we hear stories of brides (and quite a few grooms) using their wedding day as an excuse to treat their loved ones like prey.

One of the worst "bridezilla" stories I've ever read comes from a 23-year-old woman who shared her story on Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" forum. Her question was: "Am I the a**hole for pulling out of my 'best friend's' wedding?"

Spoiler: she's not the a**hole in this story. And this woman is not her "best friend" anymore.

The woman shares that she has a progressive disability, "like MS but slower" that affects her ability to stand and walk. And yet when her "best friend" asked her to be bridesmaid at her wedding, she commented that she "had to wear heels and walk down the aisle and stand for pictures unaided."

The woman writes:

I’m a 23 year old female with a progressive disability. Like MS but slower. Bride is 23 year old female too.

We’ve been friends for 7 years. When she got engaged, she asked another woman who’s she works with for less than a year to be maid of honour. I was hurt but I brushed it off. Then when it came to asking me to be a bridesmaid, she commented that I had to wear heels and walk down the aisle and stand for pictures unaided. I was hurt because she knew about my condition and my needs and completely overlooked them. We argued but made up.

Sources: Reddit
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