A GROUP of hapless bridesmaids have been mocked online after they held up a sign saying ‘see should you her!’ in a photo blunder.
Taking to Reddit, user thr0wawayshowaway shared the awkward snap that was taken by the wedding party on the big day.
In the pic, the six women, wearing their matching dusky blue dresses, hold up a message intended for the groom.
However, it seems that they have muddled up their order with the message of “you should see her!” scrambled into the “see should you her!”
And fellow redditors were left in hysterics over the
mistake, with many admitting it had taken them a while to understand what the
message was meant to say.
Commenting on the post one wrote: “This took me a solid
minute to comprehend.”
I have been looking at it for a solid minute and I’m not sure I comprehend
Agreeing a second added: “I have been looking at it for a
solid minute and I’m not sure I comprehend.”
Meanwhile others were quick to remark on the centre
bridmaids’ ‘dirty’ shoe.
“Aside from the headache I got from reading this puzzle, I
can't stop staring at the dirty bottom of that shoe” commented one user.
Another added: “You shouldn't do that in a wedding pic?!”
The photo was shared on the subreddit r/weddingshaming.
The group has over 60,000 members and is described as a "place to shame wedding themes, brides, grooms, wedding party, in-laws, outlaws, guests, Uncle Bob, vendors… you name it, we shame it!"
In other wedding news, this woman got married in a £20 TK Maxx dress that she found coffee-stained on the shop floor.
And we revealed that a bridezilla called off her wedding because her ‘selfish’ fiance refuses to pay for dental work.
Another woman was slammed for getting annoyed at her maid of honour for "stealing her thunder" by getting engaged before her wedding.
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