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This Bride And Groom Told Their Guests They Wanted A Device-Free Wedding Ceremony And Then Their 4-Year-Old Niece Ruined It

He also took issue with the fact that his brother never said sorry, but forced his 4-year-old to do it when she didn’t even get what had really gone down.

Then, when it came time for his brother to give his speech as best man at the wedding, he attempted to downplay the iPad situation by calling his 4-year-old a “rule-breaker.”

That comment was it for this groom and his bride, and they were infuriated.

In the weeks since the wedding, he has not really spoken to his brother at all, especially in light of the fact that he still has yet to apologize.

He doesn’t see anything wrong with this, but his parents are now calling him a jerk for not getting over it.

How would you deal with this?

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