Thousands of wedding guests have taken to Reddit to share the relationship red flags they witnessed when the bride and groom were busy saying their “I dos”.
The awkward kiss.
One guest said the “you may now kiss the bride” moment was a clear indicator if an impending divorce.
“She flinched when he turned to kiss her. They were divorced within six months.”
The bride comes clean.
“The day of her wedding, I asked my sister-in-law if she was enjoying her day and all she said was ‘It’s a fucking nightmare. This is the worst day of my life.'” (Post continues after gallery.)
A mother always knows.
“At the rehearsal dinner, the groom’s mum is in tears, because ‘he looks miserable’ and he was, we all knew it. During the vows they had written for each other, the bride starts with, ‘I know I can be a pretty terrible person, and I don’t know why you’ve stuck around, but that’s all going to change starting today. They were divorced a year later.”
The doomed groom.
“The groom said in his speech ‘when I joined a dating agency I never thought I’d be so lucky as to find my own personal cook, dishwasher, and washing machine.’ Not only is that a shitty way to describe ANYONE, he’s in for a nasty surprise when he realises his wife will expect him to do all those things for her! Bad relationship all round.”
“Sister’s wedding: Husband ends speech saying, ‘Thanks for settling for me.’ 18 months later they agree to divorce.”