So first up is a classic -- by which I mean it came out in veritable ice age of 2008 and if you can remember that far back you are Officially Old like me -- that keeps coming up on several DVDs I own for no apparent reason that I can see except that apparently 20th Century Fox thinks that if you like some 20th Century Fox films, you might like all of them, regardless of genre! Of course you would! Here is a trailer:
Male Love Interest: You've been a bridesmaid twenty-seven times?!
Heroine: Yes, and I feel blessed to have had so many wonderful friends who felt close enough to me to ask me to participate in their major life-altering moments. Though a few of them may have asked me more for my bridesmaid experience than for my friendship -- thus gaining a free wedding planner in the bargain and using me unfairly -- and while I am learning to say no and express my boundaries more assertively over time as I age, I've nevertheless gained a number of fun memories and valuable experiences and I have no real regrets. Indeed, I think I will leverage those moments and my vast experience into a new and fulfilling career as a paid wedding planner, which will additionally work out well for me since my younger sister is marrying my boss on whom I have a perfectly natural but probably unhealthy crush on, so a career change at this time will almost certainly be helpful in giving me time and space to work through my complex feelings on the subject of their marriage and to dismantle the troublesome crush.
Male Love Interest: Would you like to transfer the crush to me?
Heroine: No, you seem like the type who would aggressively argue with and irritatingly play "devil's advocate" about the value of major and deeply personal life decisions with a woman who has recently suffered head trauma. That's grody behavior and you are grody to engage in it. Furthermore, I outright reject the stereotype that being a bridesmaid is somehow "less than" being a bride. I support my twenty-seven married girlfriends in their choices and I'm deeply happy that they are content with their lives, but the fact that I myself am unmarried does not suggest that I am broken or incomplete or dissatisfied.
Male Love Interest: Fair enough.