The Internet Needs To Chill, Users Come For Candace Cameron Bure Over Her Family’s Wedding Attire
People on the internet will find ANYTHING to complain about. You could post a photo of your dog on a walk, and someone will be like, “Oh my god, I can’t believe that’s the collar you’re using! You should be using a harness, blah blah blah”
No one can ever just shut the f**k up, and to prove this, let’s take a look at ‘Full House‘ star Candace Cameron Bure’s recent Instagram post. She posted what appeared to be an innocent photo of her and her family attending a friend’s wedding.
She and her daughter wore red dresses while her husband and son wore suits without socks. And apparently, both of those decisions were not only wrong, but insulting.
Several people commented telling Candace that she shouldn’t wear red to a wedding.
“Supposed to avoid red at weddings it’s a power color steals spotlight from the bride,” one user wrote. Another one replied, “while I absolutely love the red, it’s my color, it’s considered a no-no at weddings, along with white!”
Candace responded to the haters by informing them that four other ladies at the wedding were wearing red, and that things are different in Los Angeles, “different rules in Los Angeles,” Candace replied with a winking emoji.
And once she got done defending the red dresses, the “no sock” haters came for her husband and son.
One user wrote, “The no sock look is a no for me,” and another one followed up with, “I don’t get why guys don’t wear socks with a suit. It doesn’t look good.”
Geez. Why the hell do people feel the need to share their every thought and opinion with the world? Why can they just not comment? I don’t understand it. If they want to talk sh*t, at least put in the extra effort and start a gossip blog like we did.
After trying her best to respond warmly to the haters, Candace posted a more serious comment…
Don’t poke mama bear. Some of you still need to learn manners. Don’t like? Scroll through. Some of you ruin the fun of sharing on social media for everyone.
Yeah, it’s almost like social media is bad or something, you know? Weird.