Folks Share Their Worst Wedding Day Advice

Hands of the bride and groom on the wedding bouquet.

Hands of the bride and groom on the wedding bouquet.

Folks Share The Worst Advice They Got On Their Wedding Day

July 13, 2020

  • Someone on Reddit posed the question “Married people of Reddit, what is some creepy advice that you were given on your wedding day by a friend or relative?”
  • Folks were more than happy to chime in and some were certainly doozies
  • Source:Thought Catalog
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There’s no doubt folks love to give couples advice, especially on their wedding day. But not all advice is good advice, especially judging by a recent Reddit thread. The thread posed the question, “Married people of reddit, what is some creepy advice that you were given on your wedding day by a friend or relative?,” and there were certainly some doozies 

They include (note content):

  • “Cast iron pans are best for beating your husband. Advice from my aunt.”
  • “My MIL told me if I keep ‘acting smart’ it wouldn’t last long and the secret to her 25 years of marriage is always acting dumb around the husband. Met her husband’s mistress few years later. She was a successful lawyer with a PhD.”
  • “My MIL set up this Jenga set at our wedding where people could write messages so when we play we would have the memories of the day. My wife’s uncle wrote, ‘Suck his d*ck.’”
  • “My wife’s mother told her at her first marriage: ‘Never turn him down when he wants it, otherwise he’ll start to stray.’”
  • “My mum told me: ‘Marriage is like a game of cards. You start with 2 hearts and a diamond in your hand, but by the end you’re begging for a club and a spade’”
  • “’Make love like it’s the last time, every time.’ -My wife’s grandma.”
  • “A blow job a day, keeps the mistress away. A friend said this to my wife.”
  • “Bridesmaid to my wife on our wedding day: ‘Statistically you are now 3 times more likely to die at the hands of your new husband than a stranger.’”
  • “I can’t remember who, but someone from my wife’s side told her, while I was sitting there, ‘Keep his stomach full and his balls empty!’ I mean, it’s a bit crass, but it’s probably not terrible advice?”
  • “From my aunt: “Don’t ever make him a cup of tea. He’ll expect it all the time and never make one for you." 

Source:Thought Catalog

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