Forget Bridezilla -- You Will Not Believe THIS Groomzilla's Wedding
Asking your guests to, ahem, you know, cleanse for three weeks? Weird. But we're way more riled up about this much worse tale of yuppie excess
Gossip sites had Rainbeau demanding guests diet before the wedding. Anonymous troll commenters freaked out on Huffpo that a vegan diet is "just plain stupid." Other responses: "That's one wedding I would definitely skip!" and "Who would want to go to this psycho's wedding? Or marry her, for that matter?" And those aren't even the meanest.
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The real-life version goes more like this: Rainbeau invited her guests to "join our global community to become the most beautiful, healthy and fit versions of ourselves." Her Three Week Superstar Glow Cleanse actually doesn't have any calorie restrictions -- it's a plant-based food and yoga program. Her so-called controlling demands include that "we support each other wherever we are in getting our goals ... let's be our most beautiful selves, glowing at our optimal potential."
Hippie dippy? Psh, totally. But mean? C'mon, interwebs. Here's the wedding we should all be in a frothy uproar about:
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This Groomzilla from Silicon Valley brought bulldozers into an old-growth redwood forest to create a fake ruined castle (without a building permit). Oh, and this newly created fantasy world that cost several million dollars used to be a camping ground available to the public. Since then, he's paid $2.5 million in penalties for ignoring regulations. (Source).
I'll take Rainbeau's request to eat healthy and look foxy in my bikini at her Hawaii wedding any day over this multimillion-dollar eco terrorism. How about you?