Daughter claims she ruined her dad’s surprise wedding after being the last to know about it

A Reddit user has admitted to ruining her dad’s “surprise” wedding after learning about the ceremony 30 minutes before it started. 

The daughter, with the username throglo, posted about the moment on Reddit’s “Am I the A–h—” forum last week, explaining that her parents are divorced and do not get along — though they do have joint custody. 

She explained that one day in January when her dad picked her up to spend a week with him, he told her they were going to drive an hour away to his friend’s house “for a surprise party.”

But once they arrived at an event hall, the Reddit user said her dad informed her that it was actually his wedding. He also told her that she was one of the bridesmaids and had to hurry inside so she could get ready, because the ceremony was set to start in 30 minutes. 


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Insta model with ‘the biggest cheeks in the world’ claims they’re still ‘too small’ after losing count of her operations

AN INSTAGRAM model with the “biggest cheeks in the world” claims they’re still “too small” after losing count of her operations.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk, 30, from Kiev, Ukraine, got her first fillers when she was 26 and hasn’t stopped injecting her face since.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeks


Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeksCredit: Instagram
She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26


She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26Credit: Instagram
Anastasia is pictured before her procedures


Anastasia is pictured before her proceduresCredit: Truly

She has now spent more than $2,000 just on cheek fillers – and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Anastasia said: “You may think that they are too big but I think that they’re a little bit small, I need to refresh them again soon.”

Anastasia said she has lost count of how many facial procedures she has had.

She has had fillers in her lips, cheeks and in the corners of her mouth, botox in her

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Kim Sei-young claims first major at Women’s PGA Championship

Sei-young Kim in the final round
Kim did not drop a stroke on the final day
-14 SY Kim (Kor); -9 I Park (Kor); -7 N Hataoka (Jpn), C Ciganda (Spa); -4 A Nordqvist (Swe); – 3 B Henderson (Can); -1 C Hull (Eng), J Kupcho (US)
Selected others: +3 L Ko (NZ); +4 H Green (Aus); +5 M Reid (Eng); +6 D Kang (US); +11 G Hall (Eng); +12 L Maguire (Ire); +15 L Davies (Eng)

South Korea’s Kim Sei-young surged to her first major title with an assured five-stroke victory at the Women’s PGA Championship in Pennsylvania.

The 27-year-old world number seven began three ahead and her seven-under 63 – the lowest final round in the event’s history – took her to 14 under.

Seven-time major winner Inbee Park’s bogey-free 65 ensured second place.

Britain’s Charley Hull posted a second successive round of 69 and shared seventh at one under.

Compatriot Mel Reid, last

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Piers Morgan claims he’s ‘still technically married’ to Paris Hilton after Vegas wedding

PIERS Morgan has claimed he is still married to socialite Paris Hilton following their 2009 Las Vegas wedding.

Piers, 55, got hitched to Paris, 39, as part of a TV show to prove how easy it is in the US city.

Piers Morgan and Paris Hilton got married in 2009 for a TV show


Piers Morgan and Paris Hilton got married in 2009 for a TV showCredit: Splash News

Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid was shocked to hear the news as they chatted to Perez Hilton on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday.

Piers then showed a clip of the moment they said “I do” in front of an Elvis impersonator – but insisted it wasn’t legally binding.

Explaining the incident, Piers said: “She’s still my wife technically. We got married in Vegas for a TV show. True story, there’s video of it.

“We had an Elvis lookalike, a Frank Sinatra lookalike, a Marilyn Monroe lookalike. She wore a beautiful bridal gown, brought

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Bride-to-be claims future mother-in-law, sister-in-law ruined wedding dress after taking turns trying it on

What a wedding dress mess.

A bride-to-be has taken to Reddit to vent about an alleged incident involving her soon-to-be mother-in-law and sister-in-law trying on her wedding dress without her consent, and ultimately ruining it.

According to the anonymous poster, who identified herself as an engaged 26-year-old, her fiancé’s mother had been very aggressive about the type of wedding dress she chose for the upcoming October wedding. At one point, her mother-in-law allegedly “demanded” the bride take her on shopping trips for the dress, but the Redditor writes that when she invited her mother-in-law to the appointment, she began “making excuses about how busy she was with my sister-in-law.”


The bride-to-be instead said she went shopping with her

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GOP report claims Hunter Biden paid women linked to ‘prostitution or human trafficking ring’

Among the deluge of explosive claims tucked inside the new Senate Republican report about Hunter Biden’s business dealings is the allegation that the Democratic presidential nominee’s son has a history of paying Russian or Eastern European women linked to sex trafficking.

While the 87-page report, which was released on Wednesday, provided few specific details regarding the allegation, it pointed to a number of Russian- and Ukrainian-connected transactions.

“Hunter Biden paid nonresident women who were nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries and who appear to be linked to an ‘Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring,’” read the report from the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Finance Committees.


The GOP report did not link Biden in any way to trafficking but suggested that he potentially paid prostitutes, presumably without knowledge, who may have stemmed from such rings.

“There is

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Most “scientific” beauty product claims are bogus, study finds

We’ve all seen beauty claims in magazines that promise to give us “better skin in just two weeks” or to “dramatically reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.”

But many women are not convinced. A new study found fewer than one out of five of such claims was considered truthful by a panel of readers — and ads that used scientific language to describe the benefits were even less persuasive.

Researchers at Valdosta State University in Georgia and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln analyzed 289 makeup, hair care, fragrance and skin care advertisements from April 2013 issues of seven fashion magazines including Vogue, Marie Claire and Glamour.

The claims were divided into categories such as scientific claims like “clinically proven” and endorsement claims like “dermatologists recommend.” Three female judges with varying levels of knowledge about the cosmetics industry sorted these claims into four categories: outright lie, omission, vague

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