Just kidding, every season these days is wedding season. And with every wedding, comes a whole new set of drama, rules, and overall chaos. Is it ok to wear a wedding dress to a wedding if you're not the bride? Nope. Is it ok to bring a plus one if you weren't given one or bring kids to a 'no kids' wedding just because you didn't book a babysitter far enough in advance? NOPE.
While there are some things that are just common sense, you'd be surprised what people can turn into the second they're engaged.
So, when a disgruntled friend turned to Reddit for help with a wedding-related problem, the internet was ready to listen.
Without even getting the context of the story, I can say that this person is DEFINITELY not the as*hole as a bachelorette party invitiation is essentially a wedding invitation. Brides and grooms usually spend more time with their guests at their bachelorette and bachelor parties than they do on their actual wedding day. They're much more intimate events and if you think someone is close enough to shell out a bunch of cash to travel to your Vegas bachelorette but you can't invite them to your actual wedding? You're a bad person, sorry.