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    What a repulsive piece of work.

    If I was your neighbour I wouldn't go and I'd make it known why.

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    That is awful. If I was your neighbor I wouldn't be attending simply to spite her, but I would tell the groom why I wouldn't go.

    That's so sad

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    Just another ignorant selfish person! children, I can understand them not being invited etc, but this doesn't even fall into the same category!! He has a disability!! He is an adult, and a close relative!!! I'm angry that there is a woman who even THINKS like this but I am more appalled that there is a man out there who is putting up with rot like that from his soon-to-be wife!! He needs to man up and stand up for what is RIGHT and what HE wants on his big day- if he can't do that he is just as bad and they deserve each other!!!

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    Oh that's so attractive! Makes me wonder what her nice attributes are to make up for clearly bring a self absorbed piece of s*** in a white dress! I hope their good, if this was my son's fw, I'd be putting a foot down and getting rid of her. What a horrible person!

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    Absolutely disgusting. That must be the worst bridezilla story i've heard.

    Basically her approach is that people with disabilities are an inconvenience and should be locked away when it's not convenient. No wonder his parents are upset.

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    Absolutely disgusting. That must be the worst bridezilla story i've heard.

    Basically her approach is that people with disabilities are an inconvenience and should be locked away when it's not convenient. No wonder his parents are upset.
    This!

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    I find it very interesting that the majority of people have said 'of course, saying no children is different and perfectly ok' how so??

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    It really just makes me think that brides think their day is a photo shoot and anyone that doesn't fit the picture should not be there.

    FL - There are many reasons that people exclude children, in our family there a so many cousins and they have so many kids people often have to exclude the kids (25 cousins plus most have partners and 52 kids, that is a lot of bodies. The kids have been known to outnumber the adults at events) but in this case he is not a child but a young man with a disability, the groom wanted him there and it seems the reason he is not included is because he has severe autism. So they are excluding 1 person, not even a whole group of people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    I find it very interesting that the majority of people have said 'of course, saying no children is different and perfectly ok' how so??

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    Because people like to have adults only functions. He is an adult and cousin of the groom and the groom also wants him there.

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    That is AWFUL!!! I could understand if he were prone to being violent or extremely disruptive but from what you've described he might make a few moaning noises and rock but that's about it. That is so sad. I honestly would refuse to attend.

    That is so mean I am so sorry for your neighbour and her nephew.


 

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