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This Woman Was Asked To Dye Her Hair For A Wedding And The Reason Why Is Creepy As Hell

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Weddings seem to make everyone insane, but especially the bride and groom, who are essentially spending the down payment on a house to get a new profile pic in evening clothes. Of course they want their bridal party to look their best too. These pictures are going to last a lifetime, even if you're blackout during the reception.

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People in the bridal party may roll their eyes at the demands and expense, but everyone is secretly happy to be included. It is special to be a part of someone's Big Day. Reddit user bridehairthrowaway was so flattered to be a bridesmaid in her friend's wedding that she even entertained an insane request that she received from the bride via email:

"[The email] seemed pretty standard but then when she got into the look she wants for her bridesmaids she wrote, '[Name], you'll need to dye your hair for the day, I'll take you to my hairdresser and cover the cost :) I'm a natural ginger, so it's not like I have an outrageous hair colour, although [the bride] and her other bridesmaids are all brunettes."

Now, to me, reading that makes me want to scream, "DON'T WALK, RUN!" But she actually seemed to consider it until the Internet set her straight:

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Across the board people were like, you keep being your read headed self, girl, and let the sun set on that friendship:

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That seemed to settle things, until she shared this completely gross update. Apparently, some sleuthing helped her figure out that the bride's groom has a bit of a thing for red heads. Bridezilla was worried that her brand spanking new husband would be horndogging after one of her bridesmaids at the wedding itself! 

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Now I want to write to the bride and tell her to "RUN DON'T WALK" away from a guy who she can't even trust for the length of your wedding ceremony.

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