A bride-to-be who recently took to Facebook to shame a guest's snarky reply to her save-the-date card was shocked to learn that the guest died days after sending it.
This past Sunday, 36-year-old Chicago bride Amy Domagala shared a pic of Arlene Post's handwritten reply to her save-the-date card--which apparently hadn't been sent with enough postage. "What kind of invitation is this where I had to pay postage due to get your mail!" wrote Post, a friend of the groom's mother whom Domagala had never met. Post also complained that the magnet included in the envelope "was cracked as well."
On the Facebook page--titled "That's it, I'm wedding shaming"--Domagala commented, "I am going to be petty as hell and send her a nasty-a** letter back with a check in it for $3.51 to cover her postage and hopefully she doesn't come to the wedding."
The bride later added in an update, "As of September 27th, SHE DIED!!!!!!! HOW CRAZY IS THAT!!!!!!!"