The world has grappled with a lot in 2020, but not everybody seems to be terribly on board with taking issues seriously. For many, it seems that the only thing compelling socially responsible cooperation was fear, and once that initial sense of fear gave way to boredom, it was taken as a sign that everything’s fine now. Couple that with a general unwillingness to pull back on things that feel important to us, and you’ve got a recipe for a whole new brand of Bridezilla: the 2020 Bridezilla.

Hold onto your blood pressure, ’cause these Reddit screenshots are gonna make you want to move to middle of the ocean.


Gotta love it when someone insists they are “taking precautions” right after completely mocking the idea of taking any precautions.

11. “I don’t want any thoughts…”

Out of sight, out of mind, I guess.

10. “We are all over it.”

It’s cool to think we can just be over a virus in the same way we’re over a breakup or something.

9. “Tyranny defense device.”

This starts out so unremarkably normal and then takes a HARD LEFT TURN.

8. “Peaceful protest”

“My desire to throw myself a party is just as important as the fight for racial equality.”

7. “I don’t believe in masks”

Why do so many people just make up things and claim they’re from the CDC? The CDC’s info is very readily accessible and I promise you it says nothing like this.

6. “I feel for you”

You don’t need to social distance from/wear a mask around your finance, ya dummy. The question is how many people outside your bubble you’ll be potentially mixing with.

5. “She dosnt think”

How did we get the idea that a year or two is “forever?” It’s a long time, sure, but it’s literally less time than Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place lasted.

4. “It’s our special day”

Sounds like it’s well on its way to being very memorable for all the wrong reasons.

3. “I’m not going to remember my day like that.”

Here’s hoping you get a chance to remember it at all, I guess.

2. “(hopefully more positive)”

To answer your question, yes, you should DEFINITELY let potential guests know you don’t care about a pandemic. That’s vital information.

1. “As an excuse”

Sounds like you don’t really care about your friend’s safety or comfort but OK.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go do several hours of deep breathing exercises.

Question of the day: should people wear masks in close-proximity public situations until we can get this virus in check?

Answer “yes” in the comments.