For the vast majority of people who decide to walk down the aisle with their special someone, this is one of the best days of our lives. Meanwhile, there are others who consider their wedding day a moment that is better off being forgotten. A bride who jilted on her special day and left at the altar is someone who is going to fall into the second category in most instances.
The poor woman in this clip was forced to endure the humiliating experience of being left at the altar and to make matters even worse, she even called her husband to be on the phone to find out why he wasn’t showing up. His answer was a very plain and simple one. He was not going to get married. As for the bride, she elected to handle the situation in a unique way.
In her mind, she already gotten all dressed up and she was not about to let her wedding day go by without enjoying a dance. She left the church and headed off to a bar, where she could find someone to toast with and have a spin around the dance floor. As you may have guessed, she was able to quickly locate someone who was willing to make her wish come true.
While this was probably not what she envisioned when she first started getting dolled up for her big day, it is great to see people rally around someone who has been through this type of nightmarish experience. The bar’s patrons were understandably surprised to hear her story, but they would soon come together to make sure that she left that day with a smile on her face.
There is always a bright side to these types of stories as well. She may have wanted to marry this man at one point in time, but he has clearly proven himself not to be marriage material in any way, shape or form. Instead of going through with a marriage to an idiot who would just end up leaving her anyway, she got to enjoy a fun outing filled with drinks and dancing.
If you ask us, she is the true winner here and the moron who refused to show up is the loser. Please share this awesome clip with all of your friends and loved ones, so that they can appreciate this moment firsthand.