Bride makes bridesmaids sign contract with 37 rules ahead of wedding

Bride makes bridesmaids sign contract with 37 rules ahead of wedding

- A bizarre story of a bride who drew up a 37-rule contract has been making headlines across the globe

- The unknown bride reportedly shared images of the contract to Facebook saying she drew it up as she didn't want issues with her bridesmaids

- The crazy rules included not gaining more than 3kgs before the wedding and not falling pregnant before the wedding

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Every bride wants their wedding to special and unique but one bride has taken this to a whole new level. The unknown lady asked her ten bridesmaids to sign a 37-rule contract before her wedding.

According to reports, the British bride said just six of her bridesmaids agreed to sign the bizarre contract. The strict rules in the contract need to be followed before the wedding and includes rules such as not falling pregnant before the wedding.

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The unorthodox contract has created quite a buzz as many don't understand why six bridesmaids actually signed it.

Bride forces bridesmaids to sign 37 rule contract ahead of wedding

An anonymous bride has forced her bridesmaids to sign a 37-rule contract ahead of her wedding.
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According to IOL, the bride had posted an image of the contract to Facebook as she had read posts about brides having issues with their bridesmaids. Daily Star shared all 37 strict rules which consisted of not gaining more than 3kgs before the wedding, not wearing false eyelashes and asking for permission to change their hair colour.

In other weird and wacky news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a man who used his ex-bae's number to write his grocery list. The mad lad used his ex-bae's number to write his grocery lists after she blocked him.

However, for some reason, she unblocked his number and was surprised to get a string of texts listing rice, salt, wheat and a cucumber. She demanded to know what weird mess she'd landed up in when he revealed that he was using her number as a grocery list since she blocked him.

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@uMambulazi shared the hilarious post on social media where it picked up a lot of attention. Below are some reactions to the hilarious post on social media:

@ChiefJusticeHD:

"I also do the same, I write my notes to those non-existent numbers on my WhatsApp."

@RachelZimkhitha:

"I do this on wrong numbers until they block me so that I can write my lists in peace."

@Gilbertgobs:

"This comment section should just create a WhatsApp group, then removed everyone and use it as your drafting space. Just create a group with your friend and then remove the friend."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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