Have you ever met someone who you’re just not really interested in? You try to talk to them and within seconds you just want to walk away? That’s how I felt about Michelle. Out of the many Bridezillas I’ve seen Michelle had to be the quietest, but also one of the most annoying. She was angry, yet she never had an explanation for her emotions. Why was she mad at her bridesmaids for not making flower bouquets the correct way when she didn’t give direction? Why did she want to make her own wedding cake from a box? Why was she mad at Bridezilla producers? If you’re angry at someone, try to resolve the issue instead of having people feel bitter. Although I did enjoy watching her groom Greg throw out the home made “wedding cake” they were supposed to make together.

I would have thrown the cake away too. Not only because she rearranged plans to make it without me, but if I served cake at my own wedding it wouldn’t be out-of-the-box cake. It would probably be a cookies and cream flavored ice cream cake that could be topped with your own personalized frozen yogurt from Yogurt Land. Anyways…Greg threw out the cake and must have thought, “What were we thinking?” Hopefully this wedding was a once in a lifetime occasion for them. I’m just saying that baking a cake from out of boxed ingredients is like inviting family over for dinner and serving everyone Hot Pockets. It just ain’t right!

I must express that I am excited to see how Tasha and Jeff’s wedding turns out if it actually happens. I don’t understand why they are getting married because it seems like they have no interest in each other. They are complete opposites, but they are fun to watch. Tasha has Jeff looking like Carrot Top, she is trying to perform a dance routine with a man who has no rhythm and she has no sense of style. She questions herself why she is getting married to him and I love it! I can’t wait to see how this will turn out and I hope you feel the same.

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.

For this season you all will be fortunate to get the male perspective on these Bridezillas from me. Many times my female friends ask me why their men treat them the way they do. Most of the time I find that these men have grown frustrated with the insensibilities of his needs and responsibilities. So hopefully through these blogs you wonderful women will gain an understanding about the way we think. So let’s get to it.

I recall Marlene’s husband-to-be, Jose, having no say in being involved with wedding plans until the cake tasting. This was his big moment to finally help with decisions. He liked the rainbow colored cake and she liked none. Then she had the nerve to tell him “shut the f*c$ up.” Later, they went to a friend’s house where they arrive an hour and a half late, but its okay with Marlene when it gets her friend upset. Jose compliments the cake and Marlene gets so mad she cusses Jose and her friend out. Does this all make sense to you? He does what is asked and is considerate, but is still disrespected. This is the problem with many relationships. As men do what is asked it is still never satisfactory to some women

This past Valentines, I took my girlfriend to one of our favorite restaurants in L.A. called Maggiano’s. We order a three course meal and when deciding on the dessert, dinner becomes a mind game. We usually get the chocolate cake, but I suggest we try something new like the Tiramisu. Tiramisu has a light coffee taste and she loves coffee. It’s delicious, and since she never tried it I thought it was a match made in heaven. She says it sounds “good.” I ask her what she wants and she replies, “Get whatever you want. We can try the Tiramisu.”  At this point the waitress notices my girlfriend is mad, and I decide to put my foot down and order the Tiramisu. Five minutes later she tells me, “I’ll catch a cab. You always get whatever you want,” and I am left to eat Tiramisu in candle light by my self. #WINNING. It sounds very impractical to get mad about cake to me, so I understand how Jose feels.

A woman will be a woman just like a man will be a man, but is there anything wrong with a good compromise? Why can’t we both make the decision together? I understand some men out there might be a bit machismo, but for guys like me and Jose we do the best we can with the headaches in our lives that we love.

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.