My fiancé is an avid gamer, thus all his 'friends' are online and these 'friends' live all over the country, some even out of the country. These people aren't close close, like.. no way he wants them at the wedding or anything, but with that said, he claims to have 'no friends' to be his groomsmen.
If my fiancé had the choice, he'd stay inside all day with his gamer buddies and have 0 contact with the outside world. Some of ya'll might wonder why I'd want to spend my life with someone who has no interest in interacting with people, well, I'm a gamer too and it's not something out of the ordinary for me as I can also stay inside for long periods of time and not exist to anyone outside of our house (lol) - but I can also mingle and go out, have fun, be with friends and family, etc. It's not a deal break for me. ANYWAY.
I have 2 older brothers and 1 younger brother, my fiancé gets along with them pretty well, but he doesn't know them like that. His sister mentioned that her now fiancé would be willing to be a groomsman and this is someone who has known him for as long as he's been dating his sister. Is it wrong for me to ask my siblings and my fiancé's future brother-in-law to participate in the wedding as his groomsmen when he should be the one to pick them? When we first started planning, he mentioned not having anyone at all, but after discussing the possibilities of having his future brother-in-laws as his groomsmen, he doesn't really 'care' if that happens either.
Why do (most) men have to not care about stuff!