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Brides will be able to make a lot of demands when it comes to their wedding day, but this might be taking things a bit too far.
I started making a wedding rsvp is to someone in the wedding party, of his or her e-mail inbox is, at first, she was confused. Things got complicated, however, if you are the bride-to-be-messaged her with a strange request.
As a bride-to-be, it is an attempt to get a stranger to give you their e-mail address, after you send her a wedding invite in the stranger’s e-mail address.
Reddit user ClockworkMoose shared their story on the website of the forum. She explained to me that after having a number of the participants of the alien’s marriage, she will receive an e-mail from the bride-to-be, who have the same first name as her. The bride-to-be is said to ClockworkMoose, it would have to have his or her e-mail account.
As the story goes on, “my answer to that is no, and why? I received an e-mail back in about 10 minutes. She says that she has the same first name as me, and is going to marry a boy with the same last name as the ClockworkMoose). They have picked (ClockworkMoose’s real name), and if an e-mail account for all enrolled participants. She didn’t know that I made the account, so I can put my password in to get her, or I can reset it and create a new one, which works for me.”
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As for the post, the author states that she refused to have her e-mail account, the bride-to-be-reacted angrily, and asserted that the ClockworkMoose it was ruining her life and marriage.
ClockworkMoose says she’s finally figured out that the bride-to-be has sent her a wedding invite in the e-mail address to those who are not aware, was already in place. Will not be able to remember all of the wedding invitations, the bride-to-be seemed to be determined to take over the e-mail account.
After a few angry e-mails, ClockworkMoose say, ” she replied, and offered to have the rsvp’s to the bride’s, the actual e-mail address. “They will send a nasty e-mail filled with expletives and name-calling again, demanding my password or nothing at all,” she wrote.
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Since then, there apparently was ClockworkMoose say they are already responding to the rsvp’s by telling people they’re not invited to her wedding. “The advantage of this is that it is 100 percent true, they are misleading,” she wrote.
Surprisingly, this does not seem to be an isolated incident. Several commenters responded by sharing similar stories, which they had to deal with.
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One user wrote, “in view of the fact that it is something similar to the original poster’s story, it has happened to me not once, but three times, and it is somewhat amazing to see how many times it is an attitude.”
“I’ve had a similar encounter with an Instagram account,” said another user. “‘FirstnameMiddlename and some idiot had the nerve to DM me and ask me to change it on my own, so that she could get to it. At least it was a kid/teenager, so I brushed it off, but it baffles me when grown adults do this too.”
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Another user chimed in, “I’ve been on Twitter for a time. It was for a person who is, in fact, said I was stealing their identity, due to the grip that I had, and I had to give it to them. I pointed out that I had been on Twitter a lot more than them, and I wasn’t about to change. Kids think they can just demand what they want.”