Hey, guys. We need to talk about something very important. Get your serious poses ready.
We're gonna have a lil' chat about a hot-button issue: Ross and Emily's wedding, and how he said "I take thee, Rachel" at the altar.
Emily was, understandably, pretty upset. I would be too if the guy I was about to marry said the name of his EX-GIRLFRIEND instead of mine at the altar, in front of all my friends and family.
MIGHT I POINT OUT: Not only did Ross say the wrong name, but he also decided to go on his honeymoon with RACHEL, which Emily saw when she showed up at the airport.
After that, Ross tried to save this sham of a marriage by agreeing not to talk to Rachel anymore.
You're the one who told him to do whatever it takes to fix his marriage! How ironic!
But after a while, Ross was like, "Nooooope, I still wanna hang out with Rachel" and chose her over Emily. Apparently, people are supposed to be happy about this because Emily was being too controlling.
LISTEN UP, PEEPS: EMILY'S 👏🏼 ULTIMATUM 👏🏼 MADE 👏🏼 SENSE 👏🏼 .
Just think about it. Ross literally said "I take thee, Rachel" as Emily stared at him in confusion and anger.
So people are surprised that Emily wouldn't want Ross to remain friends with Rachel?
And Ross, if this was sooooo ridiculous, why did you agree to it in the first place? There was a part of you at some point that was like, "Sure, babe!" and then all of a sudden it became too much?
Ross = the worst, ever.
Emily's request makes sense — Ross fucked up!Emily should have just gotten over it — Ross shouldn't have had to cut people out of his life.I don't really care, tbh.
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Was Emily being too controlling or was she in the right?
vote votesEmily's request makes sense — Ross fucked up!
vote votesEmily should have just gotten over it — Ross shouldn't have had to cut people out of his life.
vote votesI don't really care, tbh.