A foul-mouthed couple’s card addressed multiple questions guests might typically have before a wedding but did little to provide any absolute clarity. A guest said they received the card in the mail along with an invitation for their cousin’s wedding, and after reading it, had decided, “I will not be in attendance”, describing it as “tacky”. Beneath a heading for dietary requirements, for example, it read, “Eat what you’re given, you fat f***”, and under the heading, guests were told to “wear whatever the f*** you want”.has been blasted for its expletives and “abrupt change of tone” when asking for gifts. A couple’s expletive-ridden wedding fact card, which included telling guests to “leave your little sh** at home”, has online for its overly aggressive approach. With the headline “sh** you need to know”, the
“Go butt f*** naked for all we care,” the card read. Guests were blatantly told not to bring their children because the Couple wanted to “get f***ed up”. “Leave your little sh** at home. We want to get f***ed up. We will turn you away,” they wrote. Instead of telling their guests to “Google it, you lazy f***”, they didn’t advise hotels, and the same applied to guests wanting information on taxis. Guests hopeful of more detail on parking were told to “follow the f***ing directions we gave you, dumb a**”. They were to “check the f***ing website” for any further questions. Unsurprisingly, the heading about wedding gifts was the only one with a serious answer.
“If you wanted to money to go on our honeymoon~,” the top comment read. More than 3,500 people agreed while others joked that condoms or money for a vasectomy were the only honeymoon contributions they would be willing to make. “One of tone in the ‘wedding gifts’ section,” another said. “If they’re planning on having naked drunk , then I can see why they wouldn’t want kids around,” one wrote. Someone else said, “That’s one aggressive invitation”. Originally published as Couple’s controversial their ‘little sh***’ at home., a contribution to our honeymoon would be perfect,” they wrote. The detail didn’t go unnoticed by , where a photo of the chaotic letter was shared. “Every other in this card: F*** you, f*** off, f*** this, s*** s*** s***. Wedding gifts: ~ Maybe some