The wedding invite no parent would ever want to receive.

It pretty much tells them to F off.

Anyone who has planned a wedding knows there are some guests that you feel you HAVE to invite.

But you secretly hope that their invite will get lost in the mail. Or that they will have something else on.

Please, please, RSVP no, you think.

Well Imgur user skitzocat came across a similar dilemma.

“So my narcissistic parents abused me for 16 years before I ran away from home. Now they’re trying to bully their way (via family, they haven’t bothered to speak to me personally) into getting an invitation to my wedding,” skitzocat posted to Imgur.

Now, this would be a tough one. Not only whether or not to respond, but how to.

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“There was really only one way to respond,” skitzocat continues.

And posts the picture of the invite specially made for their parents.

Image via Imgur.

It reads:

Together with out friends and families,
Alex & Alyssa
would like to invite you to suck it
and bask in our happiness, your bitterness,
and our mutual irritation at each other's existence,
as we completely ignore yours and celebrate our marriage without you.
There will be a lovely ceremony, followed by cake, food and general merriment.
And you're not invited to any of it.
Because fuck you, that's why.

Now, we don't know anymore about the situation with skitzocat's parents, but...wowsers. That is ONE invite.

What do you think of the invite? Too harsh? Or just right?

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