We all know someone who's obsessed with weddings, but what happens when that obsession goes too far? Meet our protagonist, the wedding-loving big sister (36F), who's always dreamt of her own wedding ceremony. However, she hasn't found her Mr. Right yet. So, what's a wedding-obsessed woman to do? Throw a massive, wedding-like celebration, of course! But her little sister (27F) thinks this 'Christmas Wonder Jubilee' is creepy as hell. Let's dive into this bizarre tale and see what's really going on. 🎄💍
The Wedding-Loving Sister 🥰
The Single Life 💔
Introducing: The Christmas Wonder Jubilee! 🎄
The Winter Committee ❄️
A Private Mass ⛪
The Venue 🏰
The First Dance 💃
The Wedding Dress Dilemma 👰
The Confrontation 😠
The Fallout 💥
The Verdict 🤔
Wedding Obsession or Harmless Fun? 🤷♀️
So, is our wedding-loving big sister just trying to have some harmless fun, or has she crossed the line into creepy territory? While her little sister believes she's gone insane, others seem to think it's no big deal. But one thing's for sure: this Christmas Wonder Jubilee is bound to be a night to remember! Let's see what the internet thinks of this wild situation... 🍿
Let her have her party and fun and be celebrated 👏
Support your sister and have fun, YTA. Let her celebrate.
Supporting a sister's 'wedding-style' party or enabling delusions? 🤔
Let her have fun! 🎉 YTA, mind your own business.
Commenter calls OP out as YTA for judging sister's celebration 🤔
Commenter defends sister's party and calls out negativity. YTA 🙄
Sibling advice on tough love with a hint of humor 😂
Let her have her dream wedding-style celebration, YTA 🙄
NTA thinks sister is too focused on wedding, not marriage. Replies argue for sister's right to a wedding-themed party.
Commenter thinks OP is the a**hole for criticizing sister's celebration.
NTA shares opinion on sister's wedding-style celebration, receives backlash.
NTA comment defends OP's stance on sister's wedding-style celebration.
Sister's solo wedding party: overboard or her prerogative? 😱
NTA suggests discussing sister's mental health, but is it necessary? 🤔
Let her have her party! 🎉 Don't be a party pooper.
Commenter is speechless about the bizarre wedding celebration. 🤔
Learn about the cultural idiom: 'the drop that spilled glass' 🤔
Cultural differences aside, a tacky and bizarre celebration demands attention 🤔
Sibling feud over a wedding-style Christmas celebration. YTA.
Helpful advice given with tact, but boundaries respected. 👍
Wedding obsession understandable but taken too far. NTA.
Let her have her fun, it's not your problem 👍
Sibling rivalry? Let your sister have her dream wedding celebration! 😊
Supportive comment on sister's wedding-style celebration. 👏
YTA thinks it's her party and she can overdo it 😒
Being calm and kind is key to giving criticism. 👍
Sister's wedding-style celebration: NAH, but she's lost it 😕
Celebrate life, not just marriage. Let her own the event! 🎉
Commenter called out for being unsupportive of sister's celebration 🤷
Supportive comment defends sister's actions, but agrees with OP's concern.
Sister can throw her own party, stop being a control-freak 😒
Empowering self-celebration without waiting for a man 💪
YTA comment shuts down negative opinions. 👍
Sister's wedding-style celebration: quirky or creepy as hell? 🤔
Supportive comment defends groom-free wedding against YTA judgment. 👏
Supportive comment encourages attending eccentric sister's celebration with a twist.
NTA but sister's wedding-style celebration may not fulfill her.
Let her have her party and enjoy the spectacle 😊
Commenter sees no harm in sister's wedding-style celebration. 🙂
Commenter called out for being judgmental and condescending 🤨
Breaking the norm: Celebrations beyond marriage and childbirth. 👏
Money can buy fun, even if it's a little weird 😏
Supporting mental health is not being an a**hole 🙏
A joyful oddness! Film it and share with the world! 😊
Supportive commenter wants juicy update on sister's wedding-style celebration 🥳
Commenter finds sister's wedding celebration creepy, not the a**hole.
Curious if religion plays a role in the situation 🤔
Being honest with friends is always the right move 👍
Supportive comment defends sister's celebration, calls out negativity. 👏
Avoiding a wedding-style celebration can be awkward. NTA.
Commenter calls out 'empress' for creepy wedding-style celebration. NTA.
Sweet sixteen and quinceañeras have similar setups. YTA was banned.
Attending a fancy dressy family reunion-winter party with dancing and cake sounds divine 🍰
Commenter thinks the bride is crazy. 🤔
Is the sister okay or is it a mental health crisis? 🤔