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Groom faces backlash over his ‘shocking’ wedding day behavior toward his family – Yahoo News

A woman is refusing to do her brother a favor after how he treated her during his wedding. She explained what happened on Reddit’s “Am I the A******” forum. During the wedding, her brother took advantage of her financially and otherwise. During the wedding, her brother took advantage of her financially and otherwise. He tried to get her to pay for bar tabs, stole money from her and made her do a ton of tasks. Now, she doesn’t want to help him out. Even their parents thought he was mistreating his sister throughout the wedding. “He asked me a couple of days ago if I would housesit for them while they go on honeymoon. I told him hell no, and he had some nerve asking me after how I was treated at his wedding,” she said. Redditors thought the sister had every right to refuse. “I’d be ashamed of myself for stomping on my loved ones for a wedding,” a user wrote
TikTokers think they've found an archive of "unsent" text messages but there's a little more to it than that. It all started when someone posted a video claiming they searched their name on The Unsent Project. Now people are looking themselves up on the website and getting some pretty mixed results. The Unsent Project says it's a "collection of unsent text messages to first loves". It's not actually an archive of messages that people sent, then canceled right after. That would probably violate some privacy laws. The project is actually a lot more like Post Secret, where people anonymously send in confessions. In the Unsent Project, people anonymously submit messages they wish they could have sent their exes. Some are loving and others are scathing. Each message is addressed to the person's first name only. Thus, you can search your name and see if anyone out there is thinking of you (or a person with the same name at least). Many people with uncommon names have complained there are no entries for them. To find out if any messages are under your name visit The Unsent Project and type your name in the search bar
Kate Middleton is speaking out for a good cause. The Duchess of Cambridge helped launch The Forward Trust's new campaign, "Taking Action On Addiction," on Tuesday. Kate delivered the keynote speech at her patronage's charity event. The new campaign aims to improve awareness and understanding of addiction and coincides with Addiction Awareness Week. "Addiction is not a choice. No one chooses to become an addict, but it can happen to any one of us. None of us are immune," the Duchess said.
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A couple in India's southern state of Kerala use a large cooking pot borrowed from a temple to get through floodwaters and reach their wedding venue. The southern state has been hit by days of heavy rain, triggering landslides and floods that have claimed at least 27 lives.
Images of the pair travelling to a temple in Kerala state amid flooding are widely shared online.
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Meghan Markle's estranged father Thomas Markle had harsh words for Prince Harry during a new interview with "Good Morning Britain." The 77-year-old joined the news show on Tuesday and spoke out about his son-in-law, saying that in his eyes, Harry has "has abandoned the Queen, his grandmother, the royal family, the British people and the army." He also claimed that the Duke of Sussex's forthcoming memoir was "all for money" and "shameful" to the Queen.
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Jennifer Gates, the eldest daughter of Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates, celebrated her wedding to Nayel Nassar over the weekend
He stiffed a family member out of money more than once.
What was always going to be a memorable wedding nearly took a turn for the worse.


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