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A bride-to-be has outraged her wedding guests, after angrily revealing to Facebook that her friends and family "refused" to donate a hefty sum of $2,000 each to her wedding.
In the long social media rant, the woman expressed her outrage for having to cancel her big day just four days before it was set to go ahead, and break up with her fiancé because only eight of her guests agreed to pay.
The woman revealed her desire to be "a Kardashian for a day", explaining that she was left livid when her bridal party and family refused to oblige to her demands, reneging on their pledges of cash gifts.
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The unlucky bride, who is also a mother of one, said the decision led to the "most painful few months" of her life, blaming her wedding guests for ruining her life.
"I SPECIFICALLY, I mean SPECIFICALLY asked for cash gifts. How could we have OUR wedding that WE dreamed of without proper funding?" the post read.
She went on to reveal that the final nail in the coffin for her engagement came when her husband-to-be offered her a Vegas wedding to compensate for the disappointment of their guests refusing to pay.
"I laughed in his face, but he was dead serious. He wanted those cheap, raggedy, filthy w----like weddings. Was he out of his mind? Am I some hooch piece of trash, a hooker? Am I supposed to like the idea of getting married in the hart of shady gamblers, alcoholics?"
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"It comes with great sadness that I am announcing the cancellation of (our) wedding. I apologise for cancelling only four days beforehand.
"Unfortunately (my fiance) and I have broken up due to some recent and irreparable problems. We have decided to end our relationship and not go forth with any future proceedings. However, we are remaining civil and are still a team for our son.
"After hours of tears, mental exhaustion and even disassociation, I have come to this decision. In one hour after posting this status, I am going to delete my Facebook. Social media has caused me only paranoia and toxicity.
The outrageous post which has since been deleted has divided the internet, with many of her Facebook friends claiming her demands are "unbelievable".
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With the post since going viral, thousands have expressed their disbelief, revealing they're left "speechless" by the outlandish demands and the entitled brides reaction.
Several friends of the bride-to-be also responded to her post, with one saying: "I have no words. You're out of your mind, Susan."
Another added: "What happened to you??? Who in hell EXPECTS that amount of money?"
The angry bride ended her post by vowing to backpack around South America, "exploring my soul and ridding myself of toxic energy brought on by my friends and family."
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