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  • Charlotte Dobre
    Charlotte Dobre  Il y a 10 mois +1888

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    • CLEOS WORLD
      CLEOS WORLD Il y a mois

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      Jalal Kosto Il y a mois

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      Rebekah Romero Il y a 2 mois

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  • BackToJellyfishMatters
    BackToJellyfishMatters Il y a 10 mois +4048

    My brother was engaged to a woman who told him to upgrade the engagement ring because it wasn’t big enough. He spent 12 grand on it. He ended up selling it, using the money to go to their honeymoon spot and sent postcards to her saying “having fun without you!” I’ve never been more proud of him!

    • skaterboy3718
      skaterboy3718 Il y a 15 heures

      @CherryJuli Tell that to JLo Her cheap ring was 500,000 and all the others were millions.

    • wifeofsauron
      wifeofsauron Il y a 6 jours

      ​@BackToJellyfishMatters oh my god this sounds like my ex sister in law. My parents have a lot of money but my brother and I have never felt like we have a right to that money and have opted to make our own way in the world. She first asked my parents for 120,000 dollars for the wedding. My parents said no but offered to pay for the honeymoon. She planned a 90,000 dollar honeymoon. They again told her no and after she freaked out she finally agreed to accept 20,000 for a honeymoon. Which is actually more than my current wedding budget. After they got married she demanded a new house, new cars, money to raise a child, and money to start their savings. Again my parents said no. She spent the next year pestering my parents. She then filed for divorce. She is now back with her alcoholic ex. I found out later she was physically abusive to my brother. I really hope I never see her again and my brother finds someone amazing.

    • Gloria Valdez
      Gloria Valdez Il y a 12 jours

      Too cool 😎

    • Dirty Dan
      Dirty Dan Il y a 22 jours

      I love your brothers energy 🤣

  • Tara Sitton
    Tara Sitton Il y a 10 mois +1160

    I'm so happy we got married during the pandemic. We were able to have the small family affair we wanted without hurting anyone's feelings. We were married in my mother in laws house, I made the cake and we even hopped in the pool after the nuptials and some dancing. It was so fun and perfect.

    • Tracy Akacho
      Tracy Akacho Il y a 2 jours

      Sounds dreamy✨

    • biologygirl91
      biologygirl91 Il y a mois

      This supportive and positive comment thread gives me hope that not all women have gone bat sh*t crazy when it comes to thinking about their own wedding. After being in my sister’s wedding as MOH, I ended the relationship as it was too toxic. Hers was during the pandemic too. She was adamant about wanting her dream wedding and wasn’t going to postpone 😑 she wanted a nice, inexpensive wedding so she ended up putting her guests, especially the the bridesmaids and my family to work. My parents ended up serving the meal - what the heck?!? I got there a week before to help her as everyone else was coming in from out of town - half way through I was ready to leave and g back home. What really made me mad was when she said that other couples who had met and got together after her and her guy, but got married first, didn’t deserve or earn their wedding😡 she may not have been as bad as some of the women in these videos, but I think that has more to do with her already not wanting a big wedding, or an expensive one, and being at least self aware enough to not ask the guests to pony up cash. When I called her out on her bad behavior, not just to me but to other people too, she blamed me for it saying that I was looking for reasons to be depressed and that no one else had a problem with her (not true but I wasn’t going to drag others into it - that’s between them two not me). When I realized that at 30 freakin years old she was still being selfish and narcissistic enough to not accept responsibility for her own actions or did the whole ‘I’m sorry you feel that way’ sh*t, I ended it. I spent so much time, energy and money helping her with the wedding because I genuinely love and care for her. So that fact that she was still willing to not apologize for her actions just makes me feel used

    • SamMcCauley
      SamMcCauley Il y a 3 mois

      That sounds amazing!!

    • Shelby Logsdon
      Shelby Logsdon Il y a 4 mois

      I also got married in the pandemic (2020) and I’m so glad we didn’t decide to wait because I lost my grandpa this year. Me and my husband also very shy people so having to have such a small wedding was perfect for us

    • gemaster14
      gemaster14 Il y a 4 mois

      Same!

  • Jay E
    Jay E Il y a 10 mois +331

    At our wedding, we specifically asked for no gifts or cash. We had already been living together for a year and had everything we needed. Just wanted people to come and celebrate with us. I was completely overwhelmed with gift cards and cash that many guests brought anyways. I could never imagine demanding gifts/cash for a wedding. That isn't the point of the day.

    • Jay Pritchett
      Jay Pritchett Il y a 4 jours

      @Staci Donald *none of my family came…* (cousins, aunts, uncles, etc) they all said they were too busy. And my siblings didn’t even want to be there, and I asked them to be bridesmaids and groomsmen 😕
      Usually, they say it’s the bride that acts crazy, but for me, it was my parents that wouldn’t stop yelling! 😳 I was afraid to tell my mom things, like I didn’t agree with the cake topper she showed me and she thought I should get. And she got the wrong flowers I wanted for my bouquet, but I still used them. Also, my dad just kept yelling *for no reason!* 🫣
      _That was an interesting day…_ 🙄💔

    • Joygernaut M
      Joygernaut M Il y a 22 jours +1

      We are not in the day where couples get married at 18 anymore. Most people get married in their mid-to-late 20s if not later, live together before they get married, and have all the household things that they need. Although most people attending a wedding are going to give a gift, demanding gifts or special registries just seems so tacky to me.

    • Mel
      Mel Il y a mois +4

      @nrocinu nogard Go on... have another drink.

    • Jay E
      Jay E Il y a 4 mois +11

      @nrocinu nogard lmao what? Like I said, we had everything we needed. We specifically said no gifts as we just wanted people to celebrate with us. If someone wants a wedding and has a registry for help getting started with their life as a married couple then great! My point is that weddings are NOT about gifts. I don't care if it's tradition. We didn't care about gifts. If you do, then good for you lol

    • nrocinu nogard
      nrocinu nogard Il y a 4 mois +1

      Not when you've been living a year together already as gifts are traditionally to help (young) couples on their new life together by getting them items they otherwise don't have. Gifts are THOUSANDS of years in tradition & are definitely a point of the day. Weddings are a communal event. A legal statement requiring witnesses. Stop playing holier than thou just so you can humble brag about how many gift cards you were given as a WEDDING gift.

  • Daniyal BBD
    Daniyal BBD Il y a 10 mois +45

    I once went to a wedding where the bride and her mum got angry at my daughters because they considered the girls were overdressed for the occasion. Keep in mind , my twin girls were 9 at the time, We dressed them in rosy pink dress and the bride created a huge scene and the mum pinched my daughter so hard, her arm had nail marks. And she slapped my other daughter. I called the cops, recollected my gift box, and vowed never to speak again. Due to the scene, many guests left with their gifts of course. Our lawyer (my wife) later agreed for an out of court settlement for the assault case we filed on the bride's mum. She had to pay through her nose for the assault on my daughters. We still discuss that wedding till this day, Funny thing , she divorced her husband after few years as he was cheating with her sister 🤣🤣.
    P.S - I would have hit her back but decided to handle it differently.

    • Drift Wood
      Drift Wood Il y a 11 jours

      So sweet, thanks for sharing the story...

    • sylvia naliaka
      sylvia naliaka Il y a 12 jours +1

      Ooohh my God! Good that you sued her

  • Emily West
    Emily West Il y a 10 mois +961

    These people want a wedding more than they want a marriage.
    Best of luck lmfao.

    • nrocinu nogard
      nrocinu nogard Il y a 4 mois

      A marriage doesn't require a wedding ceremony. You can just live together, but if you're going to go through with the CEREMONY make it count.

    • ZomBQueeen
      ZomBQueeen Il y a 5 mois

      Perfectly said!

    • NightFisher Custom Baits
      NightFisher Custom Baits Il y a 6 mois

      @Emily West your statement is flawed.
      I dont “seek” women. I am living my very BEST life, and marriage would ruin that happiness and joy.
      I see it every day in mens lives around me.
      I pay ZERO attention to women and thats the reason I am about to retire 20 years earlier than most :)

    • Emily West
      Emily West Il y a 6 mois +2

      @NightFisher Custom Baits My question is why are you unable to attract what you seek? I know several (not many-but several) couples who have been together longer than most married couples I know but who don’t believe in marriage. While that’s not for me, those I know seem perfectly happy together. So, again, why is it that YOU are unable to attract what you seek? My advice: get off the red pill/incel sites on Reddit, 4-Chan, etc. Grow into the understanding that you really aren’t that special-and neither are most of the people you’ll meet. In the same way most guys I’ve met are far and beyond the persona you’re displaying, I’d imagine most women are very different than the image your clearly-biased mind is creating. I guarantee that if you step out of your own way and realize it’s more than a “me vs them” mentality, you will be much happier and you will have an easier time attracting the “type” of woman you seem to not be able to attract. Again, best of luck. Genuinely.

  • Natalie Gold
    Natalie Gold Il y a 10 mois +2366

    I’m obsessed with Charlotte’s opinions on bridezillas 😂

    • Gamer Therapy
      Gamer Therapy Il y a 3 mois

      I bet she would be super fun to hangout with.

    • Gamer Therapy
      Gamer Therapy Il y a 3 mois

      I know I just found her and I'm hooked.

    • Shantorey Wilkins
      Shantorey Wilkins Il y a 6 mois +1

      👰‍♂️👰‍♀️👰

    • Jedi Slap
      Jedi Slap Il y a 10 mois

      Wow. Never thought I'd bump into Nat on here.

    • Yurima Plays
      Yurima Plays Il y a 10 mois

      Omg me too😂😂😂 can’t get enough of Charlotte

  • Momo
    Momo Il y a 10 mois +881

    "If you can't afford to have a big wedding then just don't have a big wedding" THIS. It absolutely confounds me how many people seem to think that everything has to be "perfect" for a wedding, like it has to fit into this ideal box that often leans to the idea of a big wedding. A wedding doesn't have to be big. There's nothing wrong with a small wedding and working on a budget. Especially if trying to have a big wedding is going to turn you into a jerk who demands your guests pay for crap.

    • Nicole Shan
      Nicole Shan Il y a 4 mois +1

      @Out of The Hat Years ago,I had two engaged friends who invited me to their wedding along with my silbling paying for my food, my accomodation,my airplane and in some way... their honeymoon.

    • Maleandro Le Male
      Maleandro Le Male Il y a 9 mois

      When I married my husband we had a very small wedding and after we had a very nice lunch that we paid for, the same thing when my sisters got married, a small wedding where the family helped out bc we wanted to help to make it a nice day for them!

    • Jina S
      Jina S Il y a 10 mois +1

      4 years ago,.I decided to invite 120 people that were only close family and friends (yes we have a big family) but we had save up a lot and were able to have no debt we paid all in cash.
      My MIL was angry because she wanted us to invite her friends, coworkers, neighbours and we always said no. She kept insisting that we should ask people money to attend because her friends are rich and will be able to pay. We said no. 3 days before the wedding, she announced that she invited 2 of her friends and that they will sit at her table (people we don't even know will be seated at the parents of the groom)... what gift they gave us? They gave ME and only me, a gold ring with 1 stone on it (i do not wear rings, except my wedding band). We had to pay for their meal and have to deal with their pictures in every shot...
      Suffice to say, this, with many other things my mil did at my wedding, I haven't been on good terms with her.

    • BeingAnyone ButMe
      BeingAnyone ButMe Il y a 10 mois

      Not sure where in Poland your co-worker was from but I'm Polish born and raised and I've never even heard of a wedding with 2000 guests. Sounds like one zero too many. Weddings with around 200 guests are fairly standard. But maybe they were from a different part of Poland, I think folks down south might have larger weddings. A pretty shocking number though.

    • να¢αтισи ∂αd
      να¢αтισи ∂αd Il y a 10 mois +2

      It's mostly because women have been expected to have the "perfect" wedding day and anything less makes you look like you don't actually care or you're cheap

  • canadianperspective
    canadianperspective Il y a 8 mois +21

    Here’s a thought: if you have been “planning your wedding since grade school” then maybe you should have started saving for it then too.

  • ericalynz
    ericalynz Il y a 10 mois +249

    When I was a emotional teen, my dad was marrying his 2nd wife. I wore all black and died my hair and told all my family members I was attending his funeral. Luckily I wasn't part of the bridal party because there wasn't one, just a best man and MOH... now a days dad's been gone almost 2 years now, and I love my step mom to bits... but my teen years were pretty rough due to undiagnosed bipolar issues. Step mom and I still laugh about that day.

    • Lonely Pluto
      Lonely Pluto Il y a 20 jours

      Aww I'm glad she was so understanding!

    • Fairy Goth-Mother
      Fairy Goth-Mother Il y a mois

      @ericalynz I'm sorry for your loss. You're blessed to have a good friend in your step mother. Sending you love, strength and prayers as you take care of your mother. Sending the same to your step mom for being a wonderful person. ❤💪🙏

    • Nicole Shan
      Nicole Shan Il y a 4 mois

      I wore black in my mom's wedding (I had nothing else to wear) to my ex-step father ...this year marks the tenth anniversary of their divorce.

    • River Raven
      River Raven Il y a 10 mois +3

      @ericalynz hell of a lady! A lady I'd aspire to be for sure .

    • ericalynz
      ericalynz Il y a 10 mois +9

      @River Raven Yeah... when things get really rough for me, she'll come and sit with her and they'll talk about how it was back in the day, since they're only 4 years apart. They've always gotten along amazingly well. Near the end of my dad's life, she made sure my mom was involved too, and got to say proper goodbyes to him while he was hospice. And she was the one that reminded us that mom had been married to my dad for more than 10 years so Mom was entitled to his social security benefits too... my step mom is an amazing woman and I love her to pieces. She's definitely and epic stepmom and one of the best :)

  • Jenni Binks
    Jenni Binks Il y a 10 mois +100

    I had a guest wear a white dress to my wedding. I just thought she looked so cute, it was an adorable cotton sundress, it was July and stupid hot. I kind of wished my dress was the dress she wore because it would have been more comfortable. Years later, she apologized to me, she was so embarrassed because it was the first wedding she had been to and no idea.

    • Grenade
      Grenade Il y a 15 jours

      @N LeeM if you were a teenager and had a comfy dress, there is no way someone could think you were the bride. If it had been my wedding, I wouldn't be upset at all. ^^

    • N LeeM
      N LeeM Il y a 18 jours +1

      Thank you for posting. As a teenager, I did that to one of my mom's friends. I had no clue, it was taboo. I really didn't pay attention to fashion and mostly wore boys clothes in daily life. Now that I'm thinking more aboutit, it may have been the only dress I owned. (I'd gotten it for prom, but it wasn't a typical prom dress). Still, I wish someone would have said something. I would have changed in a heart beat. I've been planning to reach out and apologize to her.

    • Loretta Smith
      Loretta Smith Il y a mois +3

      I wore a white dress (with a bit of black print) to my friends wedding. She got married in red and helped me pick my dress x

    • SamMcCauley
      SamMcCauley Il y a 3 mois +8

      My mom is going to wear a really cute boho dress that's a cream color. I helped her pick it out along with a brown belt. I absolutely love it! My dress is champagne color anyway, and sparkly so it's not like everyone WONT notice me 🤣 I'm literally shining with how much glitter is on my dress. I don't care what anyone else wears, as long as it's not another wedding dress and nothing that looks like a funeral. I don't get these brides

    • N
      N Il y a 9 mois +19

      Aww! Both of you sound like the sweetest people!

  • JGW 54
    JGW 54 Il y a 10 mois +264

    "It's polite to give a gift. It's not a requirement." Well said, Charlotte. A gift is a *gift* lol! It's not a ticket fee to an event. I try to give a gift from a registry; I might even give cash. But if anyone got aggressive about it, I'd take a pass on the event and send a pretty wedding card, tops.

    • Ariane Bolt
      Ariane Bolt Il y a mois

      People didn't respect her stated wishes and brought her stuff she couldn't use. Then expected her to be grateful. Yeah, I'm actually on her side.

    • JGW 54
      JGW 54 Il y a 9 mois

      @L M To me sending a "pretty" wedding card (empty) when they expected cash IS petty and charmingly passive aggressive. YMMV

    • L M
      L M Il y a 9 mois +1

      At first I read 'petty' wedding card and I was thrilled. Then I realized you wrote 'pretty'. I'm a bit disappointed, ngl.

    • JGW 54
      JGW 54 Il y a 10 mois

      @Kinga Varga So a fee in fact. At least you know what is expected going in. Do they post the cost per guest so the guests could get it right? If I couldn't afford the "gift", I think I would rsvp "no" and send best wishes.

    • ChunkySushiBread
      ChunkySushiBread Il y a 10 mois

      @Kinga Varga🤔... Welp! I think he did good then ! Lol

  • Savannah Tollison
    Savannah Tollison Il y a 6 mois +77

    “It’s my wedding day” “It’s MY day” why do people think that being invited to their wedding is such a thrill? I knew people were not stoked to come to my wedding lol.
    Also when did weddings become about being the center of attention? How about making a public commitment to love and cherish your spouse. Maybe we could I don’t know focus on MARRIAGE at a Wedding !

    • Mel
      Mel Il y a mois

      @alluriana santiago People still do that? Thank goodness I've never been to a wedding where there's a bouquet toss. I don't think I could bring myself to participate.

    • alluriana santiago
      alluriana santiago Il y a 2 mois

      I've had very mixed feelings going to my friends or family weddings. On one hand I'm very happy for the people getting married and it's an excuse to eat good food, wear some nice clothes, drink, dance and hang out with people who I don't see very often. On the other hand I absolutely 💯% hate the part of the reception where all of the "single women" have to be singled out for the bouquet toss. It's just yet another reminder about how sad my dating life is.....thanks fam.

    • SamMcCauley
      SamMcCauley Il y a 3 mois

      Honestly I love going to weddings. To me, they are fun! And usually free booze. Even at the alcohol free wedding my best friend had was beautiful and a lot of fun. The amount of pictures was insane tho lol

    • Eduardo Portas
      Eduardo Portas Il y a 6 mois +2

      It's not even their day, the max I can offer is 6 hours

  • Roxee
    Roxee Il y a 10 mois +53

    You know that by a "simple favor" that the bride was also expecting the 20 centerpieces and cake topper to be FREEEEEE lol (This could be your wedding present to me)

  • FrenchieRocks
    FrenchieRocks Il y a 10 mois +174

    As a girl planning her own wedding, these women terrify me.

    • Imajin all the purple
      Imajin all the purple Il y a 10 mois +4

      As they should. 🙄🤦‍♀️
      Wishing you a happy marriage first and a joyful wedding second. 💞

    • Ikke limburg
      Ikke limburg Il y a 10 mois +4

      Just make sure everyone has enough to eat and drink and you’ll be fine. Congrats!

  • Roxxon Harkness
    Roxxon Harkness Il y a 10 mois +10

    went to my brother in laws wedding....after that they took us to a restaurant for the reception...and made everyone pay their own meals. didnt tell the restaurant that a large number of guests were showing up and we only had 1 waitress for about 30 people. I have been a DJ at over 300+ weddings and i gotta say first time i have ever seen that.

  • Yulia Fok
    Yulia Fok Il y a 10 mois +41

    I feel like as soon as the bride says "my wedding" instead of "our wedding", both the wedding and the marriage are doomed

  • Serena Bing
    Serena Bing Il y a 10 mois +53

    The fact that they need to remind everyone, at every chance they get how much that day “means” to them is what drives me crazy. A wedding means a lot to all brides, but it’s no excuse to hurt people’s feelings or demand money from them!

  • Tiffany Roberson
    Tiffany Roberson Il y a 10 mois +49

    On the one with the “mountain of debt”, the gifts weren’t even for the wedding, they were for an ENGAGEMENT PARTY 😂 what??? Who expects gifts at an engagement party? At the wedding is tradition, I guess, but at a party to celebrate said upcoming wedding? That’s a bit much to ask for

    • Dr. Braxy Gilkey Cruises
      Dr. Braxy Gilkey Cruises Il y a 10 mois +4

      Plus, not everyone who gets engaged actually gets married, so then are they going to return said money if they cancel the wedding? Nope!

  • Lollo Lalla
    Lollo Lalla Il y a 9 mois +16

    My husband and I got married 5 years ago. Two silver rings, inviting our guests to a restaurant, having them bring cakes as presents for the afternoon tea - I think we spent around 300 dollars and planned for a couple of hours... It was a great wedding that I really like to think back to!

    • peps
      peps Il y a 5 mois

      You made your guests bring dessert to a restaurant? 😅 Ugh.....

  • Linden Peters
    Linden Peters Il y a 10 mois +211

    That last one didn't sounds like a groom-zilla; it sounded like a father with an irresponsible ex. The girls are 14 and 17? Yes they need actual bras, and yes, that's more of an outing that Mom takes you on, not Dad.

    • Jordan
      Jordan Il y a 28 jours

      @LEO LEO people who fit bras are absolutely useless. I got told that I fit in 3 different cup sizes and 2 sizes in the back and every time those sizes just don't fit the smallest being a bit snug and the largest being huge and I got the just spend hundreds on custom made bras response because I was being "too picky"

    • Vickieh1981
      Vickieh1981 Il y a mois +1

      @SithLord Hibiscus it’s worse for a mother to involve themselves in their girls buying bras? That’s a ridiculous thing to say - my 15 year old always asks me to take her when she needs new bras - that’s pretty normal. You were clearly raised in an (IMO) unhealthy/repressed family where nobody could be open about natural changes in the body. It breaks my heart that any child would be raised that way, but if you’re happy with it then that’s fine for you, it isn’t the best for most kids though. Kids need to have things explained to them truthfully and be allowed to ask questions. My kids can and do ask me anything - about changes due to puberty, sex, childbirth and anything else. There has never been any embarrassment and they say it’s so much better than their friends who ask questions about their changing bodies and either get robbed off or get some stupid made up answer (like storks bringing babies), because the parents are embarrassed.

    • Charlie 2.0
      Charlie 2.0 Il y a 3 mois +2

      He sounds like he's had his girls come to stay with him from their mom's w/o their basic needs packed many times. Also, 14 and 17 are not little girls. They deserve to have decent bras, not dingey old sports bras.

    • OddCardia
      OddCardia Il y a 3 mois +1

      @Shannon Davidson i mean- you're looking over the part where he's asking these girls wear specific types of panties as if the clothes they'll wear will show that stuff/he'd have them in a situation where said panties will be shown???
      theres an earlier comment pointing out the dad bought all these girls dresses 2 years ago and hasn't gotten them better dresses n such- his reasoning for the panties literally being jst they'll have their backs facing the guests???

  • Nikki Bray
    Nikki Bray Il y a 10 mois +77

    "I'm scared of people. This is why I just sit here in this room and do nothing."
    Y-You. . .You've earned yourself a new subscriber.
    Thank you for summarizing my life. *head implodes*

    • YouKnowNothingJohnSnow
      YouKnowNothingJohnSnow Il y a 4 mois +2

      @Rebina Laishram to be fair, what do you want to be scared of if not people? spiders? night? clowns? people are like the single actually rational fear.

    • Rebina Laishram
      Rebina Laishram Il y a 6 mois

      Why would you be scare of people. Look around. No one is perfect. There are homeless , disabled poor orphan. people who can't even afford a meal. Get a cute puppy and people will flock to you. It is better to have a real friends than a virtual one. At least you can hug or touch them

  • Jermbot15
    Jermbot15 Il y a 10 mois +65

    "My partner's daughter...."
    You're going to be a wonderful step mom.

    • Irene Lalouve
      Irene Lalouve Il y a 8 mois +7

      @SithLord Hibiscus I'd prefer a greek salad anytime -and by the way, greek salads have olives, tomatoes,cucumbers and feta cheese -so...unfortunate comparison/analogy

    • SithLord Hibiscus
      SithLord Hibiscus Il y a 10 mois +3

      Blended families are like salads: sometimes they're a great combination (chef salad) and other times they're a Greek salad - leaving you asking, why the fuck would you combine olives with anything, and leave out tomatoes, cucumbers?

  • Brooke Porter
    Brooke Porter Il y a 10 mois +123

    Story time:
    My fiancé’s “ex” best man talked him into pushing the wedding time 2 hours forward because the BM had a FOOTBALL GAME that night that he had to go to and said his coach only aloud him to miss the warm up... I did not agree to it but it got pushed forward🙃. Fast forward a month, the BMs uncle, HIS FAMILY MEMBER, told me he thought it was ridiculous that he won’t miss 1 game to see his “best friend” only get married once when he has how many football games that he doesn’t even start in? It took that comment and the fact that the BM wanted to do the bachelor party 2 months out in advance of the wedding because “that’s the only time it fit into his schedule” (and it was just going to be a party bus around town) and all of the other groomsmen to tell my fiancé that he should not be the BM. When he finally told the BM that he was just going to become a groomsmen, my fiancé told me that he sounded relieved that he didn’t have that responsibility anymore…
    I could go on and on but I think you get the picture.

    • TOBINATOR
      TOBINATOR Il y a 10 mois +2

      hey, i actually expected a much worse ending but good nonetheless

    • nijuo joing
      nijuo joing Il y a 10 mois +3

      Everyone else: "Stay hydrated, be sure to sleep enough, etc." Charlotte: "Don't you forget to vacuum your apartment again"

  • Myles Bellott
    Myles Bellott Il y a 10 mois +97

    "We got ourselves into debt, now pay It off for us" is basically what she is saying lol maybe try get your debt down first before you splurge on a wedding.

    • Investigator77
      Investigator77 Il y a 10 mois +2

      @Rissa Renee because they've been raised as little princesses, and believe they're special, and they deserve the best of everything. Their parents indulge them in that crap, instead of teaching them how to do their banking, live on a budget, and handle credit. Then when they get out in the world, they find out that it takes years and years of work to have a home like her parents do (but she wants a bigger house than that), and that "dream wedding" they want is just not realistic. I'm so over these ladies who think they deserve to have everything given to them, just because they're THEM. A lot of people want to go into debt to live the lifestyle they think they deserve, and make everyone think they're living the dream. Then they plan a wedding they have no business throwing, because they can't afford it. If you have to ASK guests for money, spoil the evening of your engagement party because you're "furious" at the lack of cash, and go to bed at 9:00, that tells me she is a spoiled brat who always gets her way, at least with her parents and fiance. Then, having slept on it, she thinks it's a good idea the next morning to send out a mass email, asking why they didn't understand the "cash only" for gifts request. I would NOT want to marry someone like that, and I would certainly not attend the nuptials. Have a wedding you can afford. Not everyone is Jennifer Lopez, and gets a $100k ring. Hasn't done her much luck, or really meant anything much to her anyway, so there's THAT.

    • Rissa Renee
      Rissa Renee Il y a 10 mois +6

      Exactly! Lmao the entitlement...Like, I understand being sad about not having the "fairytale wedding". But honestly I never got the whole extravagant wedding phenomenon. Why does it need to be so extra??? People care more about flexing than they actually care about the people in their lives.

    • Myles Bellott
      Myles Bellott Il y a 10 mois +8

      @Jenny Boldrini yeah, put abit of money to the side, then pay some of the debt aswell, you don't have to rush to get married, if your love eachother and know you what to be together then just hold off until your in a better position

    • Jenny Boldrini
      Jenny Boldrini Il y a 10 mois +8

      That would be a much better plan.

  • Alex Danhof
    Alex Danhof Il y a 10 mois +8

    I'm currently going through the wedding planning process myself. These videos make me feel sane and very respectful and considerate to all parties involved.

  • Natalie Maas
    Natalie Maas Il y a 10 mois +20

    We had a reg office wedding, a party in our rural property, and I wore a dress I had worn before (oh shock horror!) Best day ever, a night full of warmth, love and laughs. Everyone loved it and we didn't spend money we could use for a house. It's about love, not the dress, the reception or the cost FFS.

  • Yamari Arevalo-Rojas
    Yamari Arevalo-Rojas Il y a 10 mois +28

    Although paying for the wedding guests’ plates and drinks is a common thing to do, in some cultures guests pay their plate, like the Québécois. However, it is usually written on the invitation the amount to pay. So the bridezilla that notified her guests after RSVPing is totally in the wrong 😑

    • Marco Lupo
      Marco Lupo Il y a 6 mois

      @R Bee yup, paying for your plate is expected. I'm Italian (in Quebec) and we do over-the-top weddings- not bringing an enveloppe with AT LEAST $200-$250 for the 5 to 7-course meal, is a huge insult. And gifts are a thing of the past. No one brings gifts. Very unecessary.
      Of course, all these things depend on your culture and where you live and family customs, etc. I personally find the whole bringing gifts thing super weird.

    • R Bee
      R Bee Il y a 10 mois

      I was born in Quebec and lived half my life there. I have never heard of this custom. We usually estimate what the plate costs and give additional as a gift, but it has never been spelled out.

  • Elle Shaw
    Elle Shaw Il y a 10 mois +6

    When I watch these, it makes me realize that these people do not need to get married. They have poor communication and coping skills. Wow! It makes you understand all these Karen meltdowns we see on a daily.🤦‍♀️

  • Kelsey M.
    Kelsey M. Il y a 10 mois +5

    The way I screamed out "wood cravings" when I saw that. This bride wants 21 custom, Disney villain related wood cravings. That's just... baffling. Like I know for the weddings I go to when it's done guests usually take the floral centerpieces home so they get extra use but who would want these. It's just a waste of time & money.

  • Charity B
    Charity B Il y a 10 mois +5

    I was in a wedding where the bride told me I was ruining her pictures because I wasn't smiling big enough. I flew in from out of country. She told me everything was set up. She sent someone I didn't know to pick me up at the airport, ignored me when the bridal party hung out, AND dragged me up to multiple people at her rehearsal to ask if I could stay the night at their house(s). I never would have been in the wedding, if I had known all this would happen.

  • Tattooed Gaymer Girl
    Tattooed Gaymer Girl Il y a 10 mois +7

    I was kicked out of my oldest brother's wedding because I wasn't a size 2 (I wasn't even fat back then) and was made to sit in the 3rd row. Needless to say, their marriage didn't last.

  • Imna Elywa
    Imna Elywa Il y a 10 mois +64

    People act like weddings are THE most important event in your life. I'm sorry, but if your biggest goal in life is to have a "perfect wedding", you lack personality and common sense

    • ????!
      ????! Il y a 6 mois +1

      @Carla Yasmin Galdez lmao no it IS sad. if your only goal is to have a good wedding, you’re just going to marry anyone, so then you’ll get divorced. people don’t know what love is

    • A Zee
      A Zee Il y a 10 mois +3

      Facts 💯
      The funny part is that it’s usually these people who go on about falling in love, how special it is being in love and how amazing it is marrying the one you love… but they’re actually in love with the wedding more than their marriage.
      Of course it’s not all but I find it weird that people get more excited for their wedding day than their marriage.

    • Irene Cotty
      Irene Cotty Il y a 10 mois +1

      So true 👍

  • Alexandra Pereira
    Alexandra Pereira Il y a 10 mois +4

    I'm currently planning my wedding (it's this August) and just recently found this series and I'm OBSESSED!
    Going through this myself, I can attest that weddings are so friggin expensive it's crazy. Having said that, I would NEVER outright ask my guest to give me cash or charge them for their plate. If that bride was gonna do that it should have been indicated on the invite. My fiance and I know some family will give cash, others will give gifts, and some may show with nothing. It is what it is. Some of the brides are just nuts!

  • Fake Bobby Hill
    Fake Bobby Hill Il y a 10 mois +532

    “Why do you want your daughters wearing bras?”
    I’m more concerned about the seamless panties.

    • Terrisse Rose
      Terrisse Rose Il y a 3 mois +2

      @OddCardia of course that is all that is
      And with gowns they are going to be wearing any seams underneath are going to be very visible

    • OddCardia
      OddCardia Il y a 3 mois

      @Terrisse Rose i hope thats it but- its still weird that he's demanding they wear specific type of panties when that stuff- is going to be covered by their dresses/clothes- no one is looking there-

    • OddCardia
      OddCardia Il y a 3 mois +1

      @Sinfully.Sweet.25 why would this grown man care about what type of panties his kids who are minors are wearing-

  • crazy4beatles
    crazy4beatles Il y a 10 mois +609

    Can we give a collective round of applause to all the people that said "no" to these bridezillas? You know that to get this level of entitlement there's been a bunch of people in their past that said "yes" to completely ridiculous "requests". Seeing people have healthy boundaries is amazing and I'm here for it.

    • Kathy Nicholson
      Kathy Nicholson Il y a 10 mois +4

      @Poochie Collins one can hope...otherwise, what kind of relationship did these people have?

    • Poochie Collins
      Poochie Collins Il y a 10 mois +2

      Do I have too much faith in humanity to assume that the "fat heffa" one is probably fake?

    • Kathy Nicholson
      Kathy Nicholson Il y a 10 mois +17

      I agree. I was thinking I'd love to meet the parents of these women (children). I'd also like to meet the groom...

  • Nic E
    Nic E Il y a 10 mois +13

    “Father” didn’t write that request list for his daughters. Trust THAT! That has soon to be new wife’s fingerprints all over it!

  • Jiffy Gee
    Jiffy Gee Il y a 10 mois +9

    I still think the most chill bride I’ve seen was at my siblings friends wedding. I helped photograph with my sibling (I was mostly the bag wench) and two of the brides maids were late for beforehand pictures. The bride was just like “oh well, they don’t be in the pictures” and went on with her day. Said bridesmaids also came about 1/2 hour after pictures without their makeup done. Wow.

  • Iris Tinsley
    Iris Tinsley Il y a 10 mois +9

    Rule of thumb for wedding gifts: the bride and groom should be making their requests VERY clear on the invitation. And if they say they don’t want a gift, DO NOT bring a gift. But if they do ask for gifts, it should be voluntary and not a faux pas! If it is, you got a bridezilla on your hands.

  • Sharon Wolfe
    Sharon Wolfe Il y a 10 mois +31

    Imagine the hell these grooms are signing up for...
    If these guys don't see the H U G E
    red flags , and *don't* run like hell, well, you get what you pay for...
    *STOPTHEMADNESS!!!*

    • Not Real
      Not Real Il y a 10 mois

      They know how they are marrying, don't worry.

    • Salma Abdullah
      Salma Abdullah Il y a 10 mois

      You act like the can't be red flags and may these women for a reason

  • XOXheartAmy
    XOXheartAmy Il y a 10 mois +486

    As someone who dyes her hair, when my dad and stepmum got married I was dying my hair black. Since I was doing a touch-up at the beginning of that week, I deliberately used a blue-black instead of jet black to match the gold and navy theme. Stepmum thought it looked gorgeous and I liked the colour so much that I stuck with the blue-black for nearly ten years before I decided I wanted it purple. Bridezilla who pitched a fit over her partner's daughter doing a dye job A YEAR before the wedding needs to get her head checked

    • Mindy Carroll
      Mindy Carroll Il y a 10 mois +3

      @xevira 😂😂😂❤️❤️. I do that too sometimes.

    • xevira
      xevira Il y a 10 mois +7

      "head checked".. I read that as "head choked" and I was like, yeah.

    • Sara Denhalter
      Sara Denhalter Il y a 10 mois +10

      Your stepmom sounds so sweet

    • Kirania Savitri
      Kirania Savitri Il y a 10 mois +1

      .a2

    • obnoxious alien
      obnoxious alien Il y a 10 mois +22

      Honestly if these bridezillas are bothered so much by someone elses hair color they should just buy them a wig that matches the wedding 😂

  • Sandra Rose
    Sandra Rose Il y a 6 mois +3

    I’m so happy I decided to have a small court house wedding and a small after party! No wedding stresses or drama. Had a cake made by a local baker and it was so amazing! Had the best day ever! It’s was so much fun!

  • Donald Oehl
    Donald Oehl Il y a 10 mois +11

    No man with the smallest shred of good sense or decency should ever actually marry a vvoman that acts this way.

  • Mandee Morris
    Mandee Morris Il y a 10 mois +3

    Have to say I cancelled an actual wedding thanks to my MIL. She was going to wear a white ballgown and even though we were paying she demanded final decision on guest...mainly her friends and family I never met , food,venue ,what i wore ,and wanted her sisters to be bridesmaid ,basically it was going to be her wedding...yeah weddings are not worth the stress involved

  • Mónica V
    Mónica V Il y a 10 mois +17

    If they want cash, everyone should just give them a $1 lol

  • ZomBQueeen
    ZomBQueeen Il y a 5 mois +3

    The make my own dress one…the fact that she needs to go to her hive mind there’s way more background to it then what she explained. But also, if you can afford to be vegan…you can get a nice dress🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Alex Schmitt
    Alex Schmitt Il y a 10 mois +21

    It is never a requirement to bring a gift. By definition. If you are requiring someone to give you something then you are not looking for a gift, you are looking for pay.

    • Elena Christian
      Elena Christian Il y a 3 mois

      @Ariane Bolt She wanted to have a nice wedding, and shake her guests down for the cash to pay off their debt. There is no excusing that, even if she did get the same two sets of ugly towels.

    • Ariane Bolt
      Ariane Bolt Il y a 4 mois

      I think the problem wasn't so much demanding gifts/cash, but not wanting gifts they couldn't use, which is fair. Definitely going to come across as bridezilla, though.

  • Carrie Smith
    Carrie Smith Il y a 10 mois +6

    At my church we do a money tree for weddings . It is certainly not required that everyone has to partake in adding money to the tree but if you would like too then it's fine and if not then that is ALSO FINE. These bridezilla's are so crazy and spoiled and I can pretty much guarantee that they will be divorced within 2 years lol.

  • Betty TheFrootLoop
    Betty TheFrootLoop Il y a 10 mois +10

    Everyone else: "Stay hydrated, be sure to sleep enough, etc."
    Charlotte: "Don't you forget to vacuum your apartment again"

  • Raquel Figueroa
    Raquel Figueroa Il y a 10 mois +1

    I have been a bridesmaid twice, and one of the brides that I was a bridesmaid for. Wanted to plan her own bridal shower, she felt that the maid of honor wasn’t interested in planing anything for her or help, but in reality we just all felt as if we couldn’t breath so stress out, because she’s such a perfectionist/ control freak…

  • Dr. Braxy Gilkey Cruises
    Dr. Braxy Gilkey Cruises Il y a 10 mois +1

    Wow, that was crazy.
    *One* of the five weddings in which I was a bridesmaid was a good time and not filled with stress. Chill bride; involved but not overbearing groom. His daughter from a previous marriage was psycho. That was the only bad part.
    *BRIDES: YES, it is "Your Special Day" but when you ask people to JOIN you in that special day, that doesn't make them slaves with you as master.* Please get over yourself and seek to make it a great day for everyone involved. I can tell you from experience, your pictures will look better if people don't have to be forced to put down the water balloons they're about to throw at you and smile. 😁

  • Bookmagic Roe
    Bookmagic Roe Il y a 10 mois

    I love, love, love your sense of humor! So refreshing. Keep calling out these ridiculous bridezillas.

  • dragoncantor
    dragoncantor Il y a 10 mois +4

    A wedding reception is a party you throw for your family and friends so everyone can celebrate your marriage together. The definition of a GIFT is that it is given, not required. You can't require people to give you gifts if you invite them to any type of party, even a birthday party. You can't require people to give you a gift for your wedding, nor can you require people to do things for you for free. The only gift or service your guests must provide is good wishes. Gifts are a plus - thats why YOU ARE REQUIRED to write thank you notes.

  • theniemcmeanie
    theniemcmeanie Il y a 10 mois

    I never knew I needed these bridezilla videos! I'm here for this Charlotte. I absolutely am into this horrible wedding algorithm 🥰 Love this for us!

  • Sunny Binkie
    Sunny Binkie Il y a 10 mois +11

    "An invitation is not an invoice" - Nick Leighton

  • Serenity B.
    Serenity B. Il y a 10 mois +1

    OMG, my sister and I received a wedding indentation like that as well. When the bride asked for us to pay 75 dollars per plate, my sister's girlfriend paid for them. I politely declined the invention by telling her I was going out of town to Vegas for business, and that was my way of getting out of it; besides, I didn't like the bride or her groom that much anyway since we dated in high school before I wide up married his boss that is now my husband.

  • Bianka Latoma
    Bianka Latoma Il y a 10 mois +2

    I'm glad to see more bride vids.
    We need more entitled parents one's too

  • jacyevans
    jacyevans Il y a 10 mois +700

    The one who was asked about the brunch cart - $28 a person for all of that is a STEAL. I would have jumped on that SO fast. Holy hell. Sometimes I hate people.

    • Vickieh1981
      Vickieh1981 Il y a mois

      It was crazy cheap for what they wanted - I can’t believe they didn’t jump to say yes. I would have loved to see their faces when they got other quotes through lol

    • LinaTheOne - GubbiGap
      LinaTheOne - GubbiGap Il y a 10 mois +2

      Right?! I've never heard of good food being that cheap!

    • Dom Boyle
      Dom Boyle Il y a 10 mois +3

      That menu sounded amazing and for £28 dollars I’d of probably told her to round it up to 30 each for a tip.

    • Tazhie Nunurbusinezz
      Tazhie Nunurbusinezz Il y a 10 mois +9

      @Ordinary Girl Trying to be Fabulous Yea, that menu for 200 people would be at least $15,000, more or less. In larger metro areas, we are probably going to be pushing at least $20,000. She should have grabbed that caterer, fast. Yikes.

    • evie dsouza
      evie dsouza Il y a 10 mois

      Sooo true ..

  • Grudge Judy
    Grudge Judy Il y a 4 mois +1

    I loved the bridezilla that only wanted cash for the wedding AND engagement party! I’d be shocked if she didn’t have a wedding shower too - gotta milk it for all it’s worth!
    Maybe they shouldn’t be throwing large celebrations and use that money to pay off their “mountain of debt.”

  • OHarriet
    OHarriet Il y a 10 mois +3

    I got married at the courthouse on a Monday afternoon. Cost us less than $75 and 20 years later, we are still together. ❤

  • W Lenore
    W Lenore Il y a 10 mois

    Just have to say, I could watch the bridezilla videos all day…I’d love for Charlotte to do more of these. If I need a good laugh, I just go to this channel and watch a few videos. It really helps brighten my day! Keep it up Charlotte Dobre!

  • Brandy Typherian
    Brandy Typherian Il y a 10 mois

    You are just too funny. I never used to watch reaction videos, but I can't get enough of yours! You slay in every way 🖤

  • Chantal Giroux
    Chantal Giroux Il y a 3 mois

    I just found your channel and I've been binge watching your bridezilla videos. Love them! I'm the same way, I love hearing about drama as long as I'm not in it. I'll often scroll through threads of "the worst tinder date" story on reddit or "entitled beggars" 😂Thank you for this amusement today! Glad I'm not the only one that loves these types of stories.

  • Bill Hagerman
    Bill Hagerman Il y a 6 mois

    The best laugh I've had in a while. Love it. I cant believe there are such entitled women out there with the generation that is eligible for marriage. I also watch Strong Successful Male. It shows where the dating and marriage platform is going.

  • Lilys On The Moon
    Lilys On The Moon Il y a 10 mois +6

    See I just don’t know if I ever had a wedding if I’d have bridesmaids. 1 that requires friends. And 2 being that my entire family has somehow already demanded which daughter of theirs gets to have the title of bridesmaids whether I agree with it or not.
    So much drama. Can I just…elope with my own mirror reflection? I feel like that would be a better relationship anyways lol

    • A Butler
      A Butler Il y a 10 mois +1

      I will never understand this. They're offended when you don't ask so-and-so that you speak to maybe twice a year to hold a special role in your wedding. Like, why should I care? Why do YOU care?

  • Kimberly Welch
    Kimberly Welch Il y a 10 mois

    Girl! Your growth in the past month has you on track for a million subs by year end! Congrats! You deserve it, can't wait to see you on TV or movies!

    • liouy cnny
      liouy cnny Il y a 10 mois

      decided together on nude heels and just did their hair how they wanted. The fact that they were even there for me meant more than anything else.

  • ember13dp
    ember13dp Il y a 10 mois +241

    My wedding was definitely not “my day” …… it was “our day.” 🤦‍♀️ How do these girls get married?!

    • Jasmin Povey
      Jasmin Povey Il y a 10 mois +1

      @Felicia Rowe mine got told that i wasnt finalising something until hes okayed it and he soon started to give his opinion 😂

    • Felicia Rowe
      Felicia Rowe Il y a 10 mois

      I wanted my husband's input but all I got from him was you make those decisions, its your day. He said he had done his part by proposing, that in itself created a bridezilla.

    • Blank Flank
      Blank Flank Il y a 10 mois +3

      @Alexis G for real, it blows my mind that someone *wouldn't* ask their partner their opinion or ideas. when i get married, i'll actually prefer it to be a joint effort.

    • Alexis G
      Alexis G Il y a 10 mois +7

      @Jasmin Povey Yes!! Lol people create bridezillas. If couples can't compromise for the wedding to make each other happy, how the heck is marriage suppose to be?! I'm getting married in a couple weeks and people almost seem offended that my fiance has chosen and planned things for the wedding too. I find it so weird because I feel that the groom should have just as much choice as the bride for wedding plans. Like I want him to be happy with the wedding too! Congrats :) Happy wedding planning

    • Jasmin Povey
      Jasmin Povey Il y a 10 mois +9

      Yes!! The amount of times ive asked my fiancee his opinion and been told by someone "your the bride its your day" and they just get told im marrying him, its his day too so his opinion is very important!

  • JesusMySavior
    JesusMySavior Il y a 4 jours

    I've only had something similar happen to me once. I was a university student and worked part-time. My sister and I got invited to our to-be-sister-in-law's bachelorette party. I was a little surprised when I was asked to pick up the tab of $50 for a burger and soda my sister and I had ordered to split...while my to-be-sister-in-law had picked up the tab for her cousins. I had assumed that the host would be paying for everyone's meal. :P

  • Bring me that Coffee
    Bring me that Coffee Il y a 3 mois

    i had sewn my own dress to the wedding of a friend some years ago. she was amazing. she even told some of her guests that i made the dress myself (turning the spotlight to me in the moment) withpuht me asking/saying anything. she was gorgeous and kind and i advise y'all to get yourself friends like that. (no, i didn't try to take the spotlight, before any of you might assume. i just love to sew as well and it was great opportunity to do so. also. she was stunning. i couldn't even hold a candle to her even if i had tried, lol.)

  • Sharon Perkins
    Sharon Perkins Il y a 10 mois

    You are just delightful!! I watch your videos and just roar laughing!! The expressions on your face, the commentary.... just too much!!! You make this old lady laugh!♡

  • Rogue and Raw Wellness
    Rogue and Raw Wellness Il y a 10 mois +17

    Can we just take a minute to mention that Charlotte’s lashes are fucking on point! I mean I need to know what mascara you use girl. Gorgeous!

    • Anna Heart
      Anna Heart Il y a 10 mois +2

      It's not mascara it's fake lashes.

  • Didge Mendonça
    Didge Mendonça Il y a 10 mois

    Just found your channel and I love you humour!!! Keep doing these fantastic reactions, I was thinking much of the same at these hahaha.
    Also I almost turned into a bridezilla cause I asked my MOH to pay for her own dress and plane ticket but thought it wasn't a big deal cause the dress was £20 and her whole fam were paying for flights to the wedding anyway. In the end she convinced me I was wrong and I paid for her dress. She had a 5 day free vacation in my father in law's villa, hair and makeup and open bar so I think she was happy enough and the flight was her choice to pay in the end.

  • starrkitty1
    starrkitty1 Il y a 10 mois +16

    “I take credit as well.
    Between my butt cheeks.”
    I SPIT MY COFFEE OUT Y’ALL 😂🤣🤣

    • GoldberrysMagicMuffins
      GoldberrysMagicMuffins Il y a 10 mois

      Yes! lol totally underrated blurb. I laughed my butt cheeks off to that one!

  • Emily Carroll
    Emily Carroll Il y a 10 mois +1

    In defense of the bride around 5:15, when I was growing up and my dad and I attended family weddings he always told me it's customary/considered polite to give a wedding gift about equivalent to covering the cost of you attending the wedding.
    That being said, it was rude to DEMAND people do it in order to attend. But still. Just saying.

  • Amy S
    Amy S Il y a 10 mois

    Wow. I remember being very concerned about not being too demanding on my maid of honor because she was my friend that I cared about. I only decided dress style and color but hair was decided between the stylist and each brides maid so everyone could feel comfortable and beautiful.

  • dianapdiaz
    dianapdiaz Il y a 10 mois +626

    The fact that those people are actually getting married is beyond me... Like who could stand a person like that???

    • Anthony P
      Anthony P Il y a 10 mois

      @Andrea 040901 well in America it’s not.

    • LinaTheOne - GubbiGap
      LinaTheOne - GubbiGap Il y a 10 mois

      I guess it does explain my country's 50% divorce rate xD

    • Andrea 040901
      Andrea 040901 Il y a 10 mois

      @Anthony P oh man! At least where I'm from the story is a little different.

  • Megan Craggs
    Megan Craggs Il y a 4 mois

    I couldn’t finish watching this video, my eyes rolled so far back into my head around six minutes in that they my NEVER retract resulting in permanent sight loss. These entitled bishes owe me reparations.

  • Samouya P
    Samouya P Il y a 10 mois +3

    Am I the only one who just automatically likes her videos without even watching them yet😆

  • Izzati Saffary
    Izzati Saffary Il y a 10 mois

    I’m glad that I found this channel, her videos put a smile on my face. She’s really funny XD

  • Teodora Moldovan
    Teodora Moldovan Il y a 10 mois

    You are funny as hell girl ! I love all your videos . I am rolling on the floor laughing :))) You rock !!!

  • Debi T
    Debi T Il y a 10 mois +310

    I didn’t even tell my friends in my wedding what to wear. I told them the theme was fall, sent them all $150 for the dress of their choice. Which was a blessing to be able to do. But I had about 30 people in total there. I’m pretty shy. We rented a house and had a blast. And I’m from Alaska so we cooked all the food, but the food was salmon, oysters, crab, and all kinds of game for the grill. I wanted just a fun time. My ex cheated and I’m divorced but it was a kick ass wedding. People spent their time, which is my love language. I’m not great about getting gifts. I prefer memories.

    • LiLa Laune
      LiLa Laune Il y a 10 mois +1

      @Rulya Mórrigan Ard Mhacha me too! Jolly, oh Jolly, where art thou?!

    • Larg04
      Larg04 Il y a 10 mois +2

      That sounds great, my "wedding" would probably be getting some pizza with my sisters, our moms and and maybe 5 friends after a civil ceremony in an office, as both me and my partner are abstinents and we're not comfortable with alcohol heavy parties.

    • 林英敏
      林英敏 Il y a 10 mois +2

      This is exactly the type of wedding I would love to have one day (I have the same love language and I'm shy too)

    • Jennifer Williams
      Jennifer Williams Il y a 10 mois +2

      Awwww you sound like a genuine sweet ❤️

    • Debi T
      Debi T Il y a 10 mois +4

      @Rulya Mórrigan Ard Mhacha I have been abstinent for the same amount of time. I’m not looking for a partner. My life is messy. I care for my mother who has Parkinson’s. It would take some kind of person for me to care about someone like that right now. I wish I had a partner a lot. But I would just be frustrating them. It would take someone very understanding. because of all that, I’m not actively looking. I’m open to it. I’m also someone who wants to know that it’s for the long haul. I would love someone to explore life with. I’m happy for you! Marriage is hard work. I see how much that work is worth in some of my friends marriages. It deserves to be celebrated!

  • Basia Kost
    Basia Kost Il y a 4 mois

    Oh my gosh. You are so funny! I cannot stop laughing at work! Thank you for making my day brighter.

  • Mirabel Madrigal✨
    Mirabel Madrigal✨ Il y a 10 mois

    I’m so glad I found this channel. This is the entertainment I need after paying rent lol

  • Cozyminimallife
    Cozyminimallife Il y a 10 mois +1

    I’M NEW AND I JUST DISCOVERED YOUR CHANNEL AND THESE AWESOME SERIES! I’m struggling with mental health right now and these series are going in my list of happiness! ❤️

  • Sandra Osullivan
    Sandra Osullivan Il y a 10 mois

    I absolutely love your channel. I’m only been watching last month or so but I find you so funny and addictive
    Keep up the laughs

  • Romulus The Maine Coon
    Romulus The Maine Coon Il y a 10 mois +127

    "If you can't afford to have a big wedding, don't have a big wedding!" So simple, and so true.

    • Shantorey Wilkins
      Shantorey Wilkins Il y a 6 mois +1

    • Shannon Davidson
      Shannon Davidson Il y a 10 mois +1

      Yes. Even better, don't waste money on a wedding that is only a day! Go away with your favourite people or renovate your house or buy a house, etc etc. You get the point. Weddings are just such a waste of money LOL

  • K Rab
    K Rab Il y a 10 mois +1

    We were invited to the wedding of the daughter of my husband’s coworker (several levels ab over him).
    We had to fly across the country, nights at a very expensive hotel, buy three different sets of clothing (it was a traditional Indian wedding) and my husband was concerned about how much we would give for a gift.
    He wanted to give $2,000. I said over my dead body. He said that his coworker was worth a lot of money. I said you dont give based on the worth of the father of the bride. You give based on your own income.
    We are now divorced.

  • New Yardley Sinclair
    New Yardley Sinclair Il y a 8 mois

    I love how ppl portray their cheapness as an opportunity for someone to do work for cheap lol

  • A Maria Normal
    A Maria Normal Il y a 10 mois +1

    7:55 As a neuromarketing specialist I have to agree with Kenya here.
    These was a bad response to a client’s information request. It is also very unprofessional to speak about personal issues to justify a delay. A simple, thank you for your wait in the inicial message would lead to a different end of conversation. Also, calling the costumer the incorrect name just shows lack of attention.

  • Melissa H
    Melissa H Il y a 10 mois

    I’m new here, but just wanted to say Charlotte is hilarious. I have a feeling I’m going to have a busy day watching all of your videos LOL keep up the good work

  • Jeffrey Clinard
    Jeffrey Clinard Il y a 10 mois +2

    I've never dealt with a bridezilla. Of course, I've "noped" out of attending some weddings. A wedding a few days before Christmas in a state I'd have to fly to? Nope. How about three day destination wedding in Napa wine country at my own expense (and I don't drink alcohol). Nope. My aunts fifth wedding? Hard pass.
    At least one of those events had some major drama. In 25 years, nobody is going to remember what the centerpieces were like. Nobody is going to remember if they had carnations, or roses, or whatever. Nobody is going to remember if they served chicken, beef, or pasta. But everybody will remember what the mother of the bride did.

  • An G
    An G Il y a 10 mois

    Love your videos!
    But I must disagree on one part: it really is mandatory to bring gifts to the wedding, although no need for expensive things
    It could be a book, a pack of tea, a $5 bill, but something must be there, simply for good luck

  • Ramone Lastname
    Ramone Lastname Il y a 10 mois

    Every time I watch these videos, I think "Oh god, I hope my wedding prep doesn't turn out like this." But then I remember... there can't be a bridezilla because there won't be a bride!

  • Linda Birdbike
    Linda Birdbike Il y a 9 mois

    Again, I'm amazed at the audacity that these people have. Imagine what being married to them will be like. Shudder.

  • Heather McFarland
    Heather McFarland Il y a 10 mois +294

    When my ex-husband’s brother got married he wanted each guest to pay $100. The food and two drink max on alcohol could not have cost more than $25 per person. Turned out his fiancé wanted a huge venue that he could not afford. So he needed everyone to pay their $100 six months in advance so he could cover The down payment for the wedding. On top of that they also expected a gift. They invited everyone they knew but only 10 people paid. When they saw how few people we’re going to come they asked the people that already paid to please pay more to cover those who couldn’t. They expected me to pay $1000 to cover myself, my ex-husband, my 6-year-old daughter and seven other people. I told him I wasn’t going. He offered to let me come for free but I said no because I was not going to celebrate their wedding in such a terrible way. We did not talk for two years

    • D T
      D T Il y a 10 mois

      Woooow

    • dianne lavoie
      dianne lavoie Il y a 10 mois +27

      Shaking down wedding guests to pay for receptions, especially at "destinations", and expensive honeymoons, seems to be a favorite of bridezillas and groomzillas, too. Having what you can afford doesn't seem to enter the minds of these greedy, inconsiderate brats.

    • Nimerya Spawnbrød
      Nimerya Spawnbrød Il y a 10 mois +42

      we're talking about your EX husband's brother, so hopefully this masterpiece of a family is not your problem anymore 👍

  • Vicky Stone
    Vicky Stone Il y a 10 mois +1

    Well... My sister was pissed because I cut my hair a year before her wedding, after a blow out argument about it, she finally said that she would 'work with it', my hair grows quite quickly and will probably be back to its length that it was before in a year 🤦🏻‍♀️

  • Mary Meinert
    Mary Meinert Il y a 10 mois

    You crack me up! You see things exactly like I do and have the same sense of humor especially when it comes to entitled people and Bridezillas. You are my new favorite FRclip! Keep the hilarity coming!

  • Wavy7
    Wavy7 Il y a 10 mois

    I have found your channel in my recommandations, no regrets ! Your videos are hilarious. Didn't know marriage could summons such demons 😁🤣

  • Lucky
    Lucky Il y a 10 mois

    I love your lashes, Charlotte! They look so nice ❤. Yay on getting your 2nd shot! I'm amazed you're filming- I felt so awful after mine!

  • DamiesEvilTwin
    DamiesEvilTwin Il y a 10 mois +520

    My mother makes a lot of wedding decor, typically the table decor and the bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids, sometimes something for the tuxes, it often takes her months of prep to find the supplies and then put them together. She doesn't even do wood carvings, a lot of it is fake flower arrangements and simple country stuff. How the HELL do people demand fucking ORIGINAL CARVINGS only a week before and act like that's unreasonable when it can't happen

    • A H
      A H Il y a 10 mois +1

      Hopefully your mom isn’t doing all of that laborious work for free!

    • David Roddick
      David Roddick Il y a 10 mois +2

      I know; and to complain about the short notice she was given when the woman said she couldn't do it. Hey, honey: You giving her short notice is the reason she couldn't do it!

    • Tazyla B
      Tazyla B Il y a 10 mois +3

      I make cake toppers with cold porcelain (is a type of air dry clay) and I use some polystyrene balls (sometimes for the head to make it lighter, or body) between you dye the amount of clay, let dry some parts for example if you want a character that's standing up, legs would need to be a little dry before putting the rest of the body on top, it could take me 5 days (as that being as fasts depending on details ) and not having any other thing in my life to do. Some people thinks that is so easy to make, or when I'm selling them on a platform that takes money for each sale , also taxes , and allows my money to use after 28 days , they ask if I buy 5 could you make me a price ? No I already put them the cheaper I can so I can sell them

    • Killer Gamer
      Killer Gamer Il y a 10 mois +3

      Because people think us artists make art as easy as it is to breathe. Depending on the art then maybe but most of the time it isn't like that

    • ChronicBlue
      ChronicBlue Il y a 10 mois +6

      I was shocked that the *co-worker* - not even best friend or smth - was planning on doing even one of them for free. Didn't even imply that she wouldn't have done all of them if she had more time!