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Bride upset when fiancee won't remove 'dog tag' with late female friend's name on it for wedding.

Bride upset when fiancee won't remove 'dog tag' with late female friend's name on it for wedding.

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There are many ways to remember a dead friend. Sometimes, it's through listening to one of their favorite songs, popping in a movie you watched together, or going to the neighborhood bar they frequented.

Other times, the preferred way to keep their memory alive is by framing a photo in a prominent place in your home, wearing a special piece of jewelry, or even getting a tattoo.

Most loving partners understand the desire to keep the memory of a late friend alive, but there are still times when it makes more sense to live in the moment and set your memorializing aside.

In a recent post on the Am I The *sshole subreddit a groom asked if he's wrong for wanting to wear the dog tag commemorating his late friend on his wedding day.

"AITA for refusing to take off my necklace for my wedding?"

OP shared that he regularly wears a dog tag in memory of his best friend who took her own life 12 years ago.

He wears it 24/7 except to shower, but it's clearly visible when he wears it with his wedding outfit.

"I have a dog tag necklace engraved with the name of my best friend and the date of the day she killed herself and the other dog tag has an engraving of a lily, her name. I have worn these for the last 12 years and I have never taken it off (apart from showering etc). I always wear it when I am out because she was the greatest friend I could ever ask for. However, when I wear my suit, you can slightly see them through the shirt like as a dog tag shaped bump."

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