Clearly the attendee was not a fan of the female member of the happy couple.

Two young Australian ladies were sitting opposite me on the train when one of them mentioned a great new insult I hadn’t heard before.

It was the first new one I had heard since the frankly fabulous, “you mind like the merciless”.

They were talking about wedding and had just stumbled through the semantics of whether you could be married and a bridesmaid. They decided that you couldn’t although they both knew of cases when the rules had been flouted. One of them, rather sensibly, pointed out that you couldn’t be a main and married and that was the end of it.

But then they got on to discussing a wedding that only one of them had attended. Clearly the attendee was not a fan of the female member of the happy couple, as she referred to her as “bridezilla”.

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