Courtney booked her flight to her friend's wedding, then she received a brutal email.

Yes, well.

You might want to sit down for this one.

You see, an American woman named Courtney Duffy just tweeted Jet Blue asking for a refund.

Courtney attached a screenshot of an email to her tweet. In the tweet, she explained she wanted a refund for the flights she had booked for an upcoming wedding, because she had just been asked “to relinquish” her “duties as a bridesmaid”.

Yep, the bride had sacked her.

The email from the bride-to-be, Alexandra, is extremely cheery for what is basically a letter of termination.

“I’m so glad to hear you booked flights!” Alexandra begins.

“I have a massive favour to ask you, though – and this is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to ask anyone – but I need to ask you to relinquish your duties as a bridesmaid.”

Alexandra goes on to explain that she basically doesn’t think Courtney is up to the job of bridesmaid.

“When I asked you, I was really hoping that you could be a part of this whole thing – the bachelorette trip, at least the weekend, prep and the full night of the event… the whirlwind nature of what your travel has become just won’t work with the duties as a party member. I am so, so sorry!!”

The bride-to-be then asks Courtney to send her the jumpsuit she was supposed to wear in the bridal party, because she might have “someone step into the role and assume the duties”.

She then tells Courtney she will transfer the money for the jumpsuit and the postage, before saying she can’t wait to see her at the wedding.


Obviously, Courtney’s post very quickly went viral.



Courtney later tweeted, thanking Jet Blue for the refund and explaining why she shared the email in the first place.

“Weddings have gotten totally out of control – this is about more than just an email,” she wrote. “I’m hoping this thread reminds future lovebirds and bridal parties to keep their feet on the ground.”

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