A woman has caused an uproar on social media after divorcing her husband two days after their wedding. The said woman had initially told her husband of her wish that on her wedding day, her pet dog would be the one to carry her wedding gown and also be the one to wear her wedding ring.
Well, on her wedding day, things didn't go as well as she had planned. Her wedding committee rubbished her wish and threw out her pet dog outside. Following the wedding, the woman confronted her husband, accusing him of not granting her wish and stating that he would not grant her wishes during their marriage as well.
"From the looks of things, you'll never respect or honour my decisions," the woman said. She said, "because you failed to respect my wish, you will also fail to respect my wishes in our marriage." She packed her things two days later and left her husband. She left her husband because he failed to respect her wish for her dog to be her gown girl and to wear her marriage ring to the alter.
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Do you agree that her husband is at fault here? If you happened to be her husband, would you grant her wish and would you let a dog wear your wife's wedding ring?
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