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Cousin asks if she's wrong to refuse bride's demand for essay application for her pandemic wedding.

Cousin asks if she's wrong to refuse bride's demand for essay application for her pandemic wedding.

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2020 is a nightmare of a year sent to destroy all of our plans!

Canceled weddings, virtual birthday parties, Zoom work happy hours and wondering what the holidays will look like as we all stand 6 feet apart and argue with our families about politics through our masks are just some classic 2020 hurdles. Most couples who were forced to pause their wedding plans have no idea when they'll be able to resume, but some brides won't let a pandemic stop their day even if that means spreading everyone out on the dance floor in Hazmat suits.

Anyone who has ever been in a bridal party or supported a family member through the wedding planning process knows that weddings can often turn normal people into selfish, detail-obsessed sea monsters. So, when a woman decided to consult the wonderful world of Reddit's moral compass, "Am I the As*hole?" about her cousin's hilariously rude request of complimentary 5-paragraph style essays to help her decide on "wedding cuts," internet strangers were ready to deem a moral verdict.

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