Post # 1
I did not invite you to my wedding reception for one simple reason – I DO NOT LIKE YOU. You have irritated me with your constant singing, talking, bragging, self obssesed chat for over 2 years now and I’ve had enough. You have admitted (and I’m not that stupid to have not noticed) that you have never liked me, so WHY then are you raging at other co-workers because you didn’t get an invite to my wedding. My Fiance dislikes you as well and dislikes your treatment of me over the last 2 and a half years. You are rude, arrogant, obnoxious and get in everyone’s face. STOP talking to people about my wedding! Admit that you are upset that you are not invited to the wedding as you are about the only one and cannot believe someone in the office dislikes you. Well live with it because I hate you and contrary to what you might think – Parties DO go off with a bang without you there! You are not necessay to the proceedings OKAY.
I am looking for another job principally because I cannot WAIT to get away from you!!!
P.s You are 63 years of age. GROW THE F**K UP!!!
Post # 3
@skyeatnight: Wow. She’s what I label a bully and she’s not worth your stress!
Thank you for not returning your son’s phone call all weekend. When he picked up the phone in front of me on friday night, it took a lot of courage. He did it for me and I love him more for it. But I knew you wouldn’t call him back all weekend. Thank you for proving me right. Now I can sit and say without guilt that you are a vindictive witch. I know you or Father-In-Law will call him today at his work while I am out of earshot. Just as you always do. I hope he gives you what you deserve. He is sick and tired of your false love. Get ready to hear an ear full.
Your not so loving DIL.
Post # 4
@Just_Squeeze: OMG I thought my Future Mother-In-Law was bad!
Post # 5
I found a new job b/c I couldn’t stand a few people’s rotten attitudes at my last position…and I won’t invite ANY of them to my wedding! And while we are playing the ‘what I wish we could say to others’ game…
Fiance and I talked for hours this weekend about how we both do not want a traditional wedding and would go to the courthouse today if we knew that people wouldn’t give us grief for the rest of our lives. Sorry I am the only child and all these ‘white wedding’ dreams are on my shoulders and I have no interest. Sorry I am not the perfect, traditional, poofy dress wearing, dollar dancing type of daughter that you wish I was so you can have a big day with what you want to show off to your friends. I am having nightmares about this wedding because I don’t want to do it this way. Please accept how I feel.
Post # 7
Oh, I’ve got sooooo many, and I can’t say the one I really wanna say, damn it.
Ok, well, I’ll say this:
You know who you are (cause I wouldn’t be surprised if the person involved knows my SN here and reads what I write): It’s not gonna work. SO FU!
Also, to a certain “director” I know:
A movie with no less than a dozen rape scenes isn’t a good movie. It’s SHIT and my Fiance takes MY feelings into consideration. So guess who isn’t going to do shit on your movie? That’s right, MY FI!
To another couple I know:
Since everyone already knows what we’re planning for our wedding, the fact that you’ll probably try to copy us will be VERY EVIDENT. Especially since we’ve told all those who are gonna go to yours and ours what we’re planning. Now who’s gonna look the fool?
And to another girl I know:
GROW THE FUCK UP!
Hmmmm…. I think that’s all for now….
Post # 8
@skyeatnight: weddings bring out the crazy. Your co-worker is proof 🙂
Post # 9
First, you do not add someone to your RSVP who was not invited. Second, I was nice enough to add him to the guest list. Third, it would have been nice to know that you, the guest, AND your mother were not coming before the middle of the reception.
Post # 10
Thanks for proving that friendships really do change once you get married. I am hurt that you still call me your friend, but never ever invite me out to do anything, as just myself or as a couple. Just because I am married does not mean that our friendship had to change. I’m sorry that I don’t like going out to the bar every weekend like you, but I will stop inviting you over, since you either never reply, or say you will come and then never show up. Don’t be surprised when I remove all of you from FB, since I am tired of seeing all your weekend pics posted, especially when you told me that coming over wasn’t an option because you wanted to stay in that night. I’m glad going to the bar is more important than hanging out with your “friends”.
Post # 10
OH, and to my cousin:
Just because something is old and dirty, does not make it antique.
Post # 11
I love you guys dearly and I am so happy for you guys that you have moved and are happy in your new places. However, this does not mean that I want to move to where you guys live. I grew up there and do not want to move back. I live in a different state now that is only a 15 minute drive from you so stop acting like I live hours away. I am happy in my house and my neighborhood and don’t have any desire to come live near you guys just because you are too lazy to sit in traffic to come visit me!
Post # 12
@soyjoy222: Yeah, I’m right there with you on that. I shudder and cringe at the traditional weddings. It just isn’t ME! I can wear a pure white gown and look awesome in it (or off-white, or ivory) but I am NOT wearing it for my wedding…. Sorry, but the cost just ain’t worth it. They also just don’t feel “right”.
@Just_Squeeze: Yikes. Sounds like she DESERVES a good talking to!!!
@skyeatnight: pity you can’t resort to violence. A good smack upside the head might do her good 😉
Post # 13
oh boy I also have many, but right now the main one is this:
I’m very glad to have a niece, do I know her? NO! You live 6 hours away from me, you do not talk to me, nor ask me anything about my life. I e-mail you asking about my niece and how you guys are doing, and all I get is we’re good. I ask you if you need anything for my niece, you answered, No but mom does. I already help mom thank you very much! I don’t talk to dad you say? Well I do actually, but does he talk to me? No…. you have not asked anything about my Fiance, YOUR Future Brother-In-Law, nothing about my wedding, nothing… and you expect me to pretend everything is peachy… hmmm.. I think not….
Good thing this is just a “wish you could say to someone”…. yes I know this is harsh, but at the moment that’s how I’m feeling.
Post # 14
Thanks guys. He said “Why should I call her if the only time she calls me is when she needs something?” But then he understood that all this secret calling makes me uneasy since I’m the one she hates. So he called her and lo and behold, the phone was silent all weekend. (Yes, he left a voicemail) Should be a fun monday night!!!
Post # 15
Love this, although I am sad that the MIL’s, co-workers and “frien-emies” involved in these posts have acted horribly enough to warrant such letters.
Dear Best Friend,
I hurt everytime someone tells me that you aren’t giving/supporting/planning events the way I was when you were getting married. I keep defending you even though you really haven’t done anything to deserve it. I hate how I feel when I defend you and I hate that everyone tells me I’m an idiot for doing so.
Dear Mom and F-MIL,
I’m tired of your opinions. I’m tired of your “how about this?” suggestions. Don’t say my wedding day is My Day because we all know its about you guys and you are both slowly making me resentful.
If you think you will have this much say in my life when FH and I get married and have children, you’d better think again.
Also – F-MIL – please stop comparing me to your daughter’s shot-gun wedding. The differences are astounding, including a ten year age difference, my full-time, well paying job and the sheer fact that I am a willing participant, unlike your own daughter. Also, I understand that you planned her entire wedding but I will not let you do that.
Phew! that felt good!