A woman’s Facebook post had gone viral when she canceled her wedding broke up with her fiancé because she wasn’t happy with what was going on. The bride-to-be is blaming her friends and family for not sending enough money so that she could afford her dream wedding.
Netizens wondered if the post was real. Fact or fiction, this story is indeed a wild ride into the very real phenomenon that weddings make people do crazy things.
There’s bridezilla — and then there’s this woman, who is only known as “Susan.”
The post starts off with the writer, “Susan,” expressing sadness that her upcoming wedding has been canceled. She then talks about her plan to delete her Facebook account and backpack in South America, “exploring my soul and ridding myself of toxic energy brought on by my friends and family.”
Someone who identified herself as her cousin said that “Susan” had always been entitled but was never this obnoxious.
The cousin allegedly said that “Susan”had gotten deeply into the Kardashians, social media, and designer labels the past years.
“We managed to save up nearly $15,000 for a wedding … A local psychic told us to go with the more expensive option, and we thought why the hell not? … Our dream wedding amounted to $60K — all included with flights to Aruba. All we asked was for a little help from our friends and family to make it happen. I SPECIFICALLY, I mean SPECIFICALLY asked for cash gifts.”
She then noted that she “only asked each guest for $1,500” as a gift.
The bride was appalled after just eight people RSVP’d and sent checks, while the GoFundMe page set up by the couple only netted $250.
Even Susan’s childhood best friend backed out as maid of honor over the bizarre request.
“Susan” was so upset with her family and friends that she didn’t hold back in cursing at them for not making her dreams come true.
Fearless Grandma Casually Grabs Two Massive Pythons Hiding In Her Barbecue
I’d probably freak out!
How would you react if you suddenly discover two massive pythons hiding in one of your home appliances? You’d probably freak out, right? Well not this badass old woman!
In a video that has since gone viral on social media, we see this amazing grandmother named Faye Morgan casually pulling out a couple of pythons from her barbecue as if it was nothing.
Morgan, who is 81 years old, recently made the discovery in her Queensland, Australia home.
Badass Guy Hand Feeds Hungry Crocodiles Like A Boss
You may be a badass but you’ve got nothing on this man!
You may consider yourself a brave person but believe me, you’re not as brave as this guy. As you can tell from the headline above, yes, this is that epic moment when a guy took it upon himself to hand feed four wild crocodiles.
Sounds hard to believe, you say? Well we have the footage to prove it so feel free to see for yourself.
What a total badass!
8 Ancient Sites That Could Be Portals To Another Dimension
These amazing structures are believed to be stargates or wormholes to a different world!
We usually regard ancient structures in awe because we are deeply impressed with our ancestors' architecture. However, some of these sites may have been established for a very specific reason. Our ancestors may have found portals that allowed them to connect to a different dimension. Although we sometimes consider these as myths or legends, believers continue to look for evidence that would confirm the unexpected.
Most of these ancient sites are still around and can be visited these days. However, some remain to be discovered. For example, believers have yet to find the ancient Sumerian Stargate that is believed to be at the bottom of Euphrates River. Several Sumerian artifacts strongly suggest its existence but no one has found it just yet.
In the meantime, here are eight ancient sites that might actually be portals to other dimensions....