It turns out that people who provide wedding services really want to get paid for their work.
A common problem for people working in the wedding industry are people who try to get services for free. Weddings are expensive and many couples would like not to pay for a photographer. Although it seems common for people to offer exposure in exchange for wedding work, a future groom has apparently devised a new tactic.
A wedding musician recently shared a story on Reddit forums about a man trying to hire him for an upcoming wedding. Publishing under the name Megabollockchops, the musician shared screenshots of the text conversation.
The future young man begins by explaining that times are hard because of the pandemic and then asks if the performer will do the wedding “as a favor”
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“If you want to perform (the wedding song,” said the future groom, “I will take care of you, some milk and a few beers and say a kind word to the bridesmaids …”).
The musician replied: “This is a very nice proposal, but unfortunately the pandemic also affected me and I also have to earn money. I hope your day is amazing.”
Surprisingly, the conversation didn’t end there.
The groom-to-be replied, “I’m sorry, but I can’t really accept no answer. I guess she’s going to divorce me if I don’t understand you.”
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Obviously, however, the singer could still give no answer and will probably not participate in this wedding.
Not surprisingly, commentators could not believe the arrogance of the future groom.
“I dig it when people use the phrase ‘I can’t take no for an answer,’ in a situation where it really doesn’t depend on them,” one user wrote.
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Another user added, “If you can’t take no for an answer, then it looks like you’re just going to have to pay yes, right?”
“I wonder what the future bride would think of her fiancé trying to seduce his friends to pay for a musician,” another comment said.