Anyway, so the time came for the Bachelor party. My brother in law mentioned I was invited if I wanted to go, and that he'd get back to me when his best friend (the best man for the wedding) made plans. Weeks went by and I heard nothing. Then one day I heard my sister and future brother in law were having their parties the same night, I was not aware of the night and time nobody got back to me, thus I ended up not going. My own sister never even told me the date!
I was pretty hurt and angry by this. If my brother in law invited me wasn't that supposed to mean I'm supposed to be there and the best man must follow his wishes, or is it up to the best man to invite me if he chooses, and apparently he never wanted me there?
I literally never had a guys night out, even if everything wasn't my style I could still of gone and gotten some laughs if invited. The shotgun wedding really didn't feel right either to some guy I barely knew. This just made things worse it felt like a mistake him marrying my sister.
I found out what happened at the bachelor party. My brother in law wore a ball and chain most of the night. He had his best man, another friend, and one cousin at the party. They went paint balling first, then to a bar he did some fun challenges nothing too crazy, and then the strip bar. But after they met up with my sisters bachelorette party all drunk. My brother in laws best man had sex with a girl in my sisters party (the best man is married btw) and then everyone went home.
Pretty crazy right? In the wedding I was in the wedding party.
My sister could care less I wasn't invited to the bachelor party. I was the only one in the wedding party still single (which had all the bachelor party people in it!) seems strange I was excluded. If this was any indication of our relationship it's not looking good.
This post has been edited by mrsingle: Wed Jan 13, 2016 02:04 AM