Normally it’s the bride-to-be who’s accused of acting badly when planning a wedding, but New Yorker Amanda De Pascale had the opposite experience when a prospective caterer sent her an expletive-filled email calling her “an absolute low life twisted miserable individual” last week.
In preparation for her February wedding, De Pascale emailed a popular dessert food truck company, Sweetery NYC, to request catering prices for her and her fiance’s big day.
“My fiancee and I wanted something a little different for our wedding and we thought it would be so fun to have a food truck for our guests to get little sweets,” De Pascale told FoxNews.com. “They were really going to be our wedding favours.”
Sadly, at $3879, Sweetery NYC's quote was outside of De Pascale's budget.
But rather than simply say that, De Pascale did what we all do in situations like this, and didn't respond with a yes or a no.
Unfortunately for De Pascale, the well-reviewed company's creator Grant DiMille didn't take the hint.
“They kept calling me, multiple times an hour, then would stop for a few hours, then call back again,” De Pascale said.