I LOVE weddings, but there's no way in H-E-double-hockey-sticks I'd go to this thing.
There's a woman who's getting married in Hawaii next year, and she sent out a Facebook message to her guests . . . that found its way onto Reddit and is going viral. Why? Because she set a dress code for her guests . . . based on WEIGHT. Yes. WEIGHT.
Here's the dress code:
1. Women under 160 pounds are supposed to wear a green velvet sweater, orange suede pants, Louboutin red-bottomed heels, and a Burberry scarf.
2. Women over 160 are supposed to wear a black sweater, black pants, and black heels.
3. Men under 200 pounds are supposed to wear a purple fuzzy jacket and all white sneakers.
4. And men over 200 are supposed to wear all camouflage, with black sneakers.
Oh, and regardless of what they're supposed to wear, quote, "We want you to invest in an outfit valued at at least $1,000."
Ok, first of all, these sound like the fugliest outfits ever. Who would wear a green velvet sweater and orange suede pants? That sounds hideous.
Secondly, I'd be surprised if all the clothes in my closet totaled $1000... I definitely don't have a single OUTFIT that costs that much! Yes, I'm cheap and I'm proud of it.
Third, aside from asking guests to wear a certain style of attire (resort casual, black tie, etc), you can't pick out people's clothing. That's not a thing.
Anyway, word got back to the bride that her post was going viral, so now she says she's planning to make all of the guests take a polygraph to figure out, quote, "the snitch who put me on blast.
I think her friends (former friends?) are better off NOT going to this thing anyway. #thankunext