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Earlier this month, I called out local bride-to-be website DC Nearlyweds (which appears to be, in general, a lovely resource for aspiring brides) for employing the acronym “BM” to refer to their dear bridesmaids. Last week, one nearlywed struck again with this post detailing the arrival of her “BM” dresses:

“My BM dresses have arrived! (minus 1 – more about that later),” writes blogger “Miss Glen Allen.” Later, Miss G.A. fulfills her promise on explaining her missing dress scenario:

Now, back to the “minus one” part.My younger sister (23), for some unknown reason me is opting not to be in the wedding and has not ordered any of her attire, which should have been ordered in November. Everyone else’s dress and shoes are here. It’s bothersome that she’s choosing not to be in the wedding, but what’s also bothersome is the way she going about it. She’s just not ordering her stuff, and not taking my calls. I had to hear that she has no intention of participating in the wedding from my baby (17) sister. Has anyone else ever had a situation like this with a member of their bridal party?

Hmm, maybe it’s because you refer to your sister, repeatedly and publicly, with an acronym that refers to taking a shit?

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