Stress is good to a certain extent…it’s what motivates us to perform at our highest levels. It helps you appreciate the effort of getting things done and earning well-deserved rest. But on this week’s episode of Bridezillas I realized that there is also a need for something called a “chill pill.” It certainly would be beneficial to the families who have to deal with our Bridezillas.
Let’s first talk about Brittany. We have yet to see how her wedding will play out, but she is making her fiancé pay for the entire affair. From my perspective this has to be one of the ultimate Bridezilla no-no’s! Brittany shouldn’t be surprised if her honey moon is spent at a Motel 6 in the middle of Waco, Texas. No offense to the people out in Waco, but that just isn’t fair!
How many young grooms have $6,000 to toss around nowadays? Times are tough. And why bring an older woman to tears after she tried her best to make Brittany happy? I don’t care how old I am, if I ever made an older woman cry, my mother would be hitting home-runs on my butt with a broom stick. And then she had the nerve to say she didn’t know why Apostle, the florist, was crying! Strike 2! My mama would’ve thrown me in a cold shower.
Now Liza on the other hand, had a firecracker attitude. When she got behind the car to stop her bridesmaids from going home I just thought to myself, “Is that really necessary?” Now we have a Bridezilla who think she is the Hulk. Even if the bridesmaids tried on their dresses at midnight and they didn’t look good, did she plan on camping out at the store where she got the dresses to make her returns at 9 a.m. sharp? There was absolutely no need for that bologna. I wish Jason the best of luck and I hope the stress of hearing Liza’s yelling doesn’t drive him away from their new found union, but allows him to appreciate the effort of getting married and earning a well-deserved rest.
Jeremi Dudu is an intern in the Digital Media department at WE tv. He enjoys writing about health, wellness and relationships. Jeremi received his degree in Communication from the University of Southern California.