Do you find complaints about getting a gift quite odd? Well, you are not alone, but not for some two couples who were just wedded. Allow me to call them, ‘crazy couple’ because that’s what they ‘actually’ are. I don’t know about you, but I find this quite outrageous, stalking and everything you only wish an insane conman could do.
Instead of appreciating what they got, the two ‘crazy couple’ if I may say, had enough ‘guts’ to email a guest who gave them a wedding gift on their wedding day, just to complain about the gift they generously got. Funnily enough, they thought that the gift they got from the woman was not generous enough. Who knew what they were expecting? If they wanted something so bad, they could have made it clear to their guests that they were expecting more to avoid the embarrassing others and themselves?
Here is how the email read.
‘’We were startled that your gift didn’t represent your best wishes on our marvellous day. If you have to make up for it, we will ‘really’ appreciate it.’’
Do you believe this? It is like warning the woman never to come to their wedding day again or offer them gifts. One intriguing question is, were they expecting to harvest fortunes on their wedding day, or the whole wedding thing was just another way to con their closest friends. Maybe they had some issues with the woman, just a guess, but it makes much sense looking at their post.
According to the woman who received the email, it was related to the inheritance she had received. She says, she did well and did as they wished and gave them a couple of dollars. Unfortunately, the couple thought it wasn’t enough. Here is what she posted on the message board.
‘’can someone help me, please? This is the first time am experiencing this and really confused that they actually went on and did it.’’ She went on, ‘’Does it mean that I should reply, call them, ignore the email or what should I do, since I they have done it?
No one believed that this was actually happening. One of them went out and posted on the message board that greedy and grabby is an understatement in describing the couple and thought that the best way the woman could have responded was to post something like, ‘are you kidding?’ Without any other additional comment.
I don’t know about you, but this is starting to sound like a prank. One ugly truth is, it isn’t and don’t expect it to be. The couples knew who they were contacting and hoped that she responded positively. They made it quite clear in their email that they didn’t deserve the gift as if they were some war heroes or some good Samaritans who had earlier saved the woman from some tragedy.
As if it wasn’t enough, they requested the woman to contribute more to make up for her failure to meet their requirements. Who does that? I think the best way the woman could have responded was to ask for a meeting with psychiatrists. What would you do if that was you? If it was me, I could have emailed back laughing emoji.