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Woman asks if she’s wrong to refuse to housesit for brother after ‘groomzilla’ behavior.

Woman asks if she’s wrong to refuse to housesit for brother after ‘groomzilla’ behavior.

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We've all heard of the classic case of "Bridezilla" rage featuring detail demons from the depths of the floral layer-cake tulle seas, but what about a...Groomzilla?

The truth is, gender really has no place in the debate when it comes to people using their wedding day as an excuse to treat everyone around them worse than the devil's unpaid interns. Regardless of your gender, everyone is capable of turning into a selfish hurricane of open bar signature cocktails and bridal bubbles. Barking orders, demanding your friends change their appearance for your precious Instagram photos, throwing a toddler-style temper tantrum over centerpieces--wedding monsters can emerge when you least expect it.

While the stress and cost of planning a wedding can be enough to turn any usually chill person into an anxiety-riddled whirlwind of passive aggressive requests, there's some behavior that is completely inexcusable. So, when a frustrated woman decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she was wrong to

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