Reddit user ClockworkMoose has shared an unbelievable story that detailed their wild interaction with a bride-to-be. On the forum’s “petty revenge” page, ClockworkMoose received wedding RSVPs to their email and had no idea what was going on. until the bride-to-be reached out and explained that they shared a first name and the fiancé’s last name. The bride then asked for them to hand over their password or reset the account so she can take over the email address. ClockworkMoose wrote, "I reply that she’s going to need to pick a new account, this is mine, it’s my full name, I’ve had it for a literal decade". The bride then replies with a “nasty string of emails” saying that ClockworkMoose was ruining her life and her wedding. and claims she will sue ClockworkMoose for a lot of money if they don’t turn over the email address. The post adds, "She put my email on her wedding invites and sent them out to people without first registering the email address herself". ClockworkMoose tried to extend an olive branch by saying they’ll even forward the RSVPs to the bride. so she doesn’t have to change the email address listed on the invite. "She sends back a nasty email full of expletives and name calling again demanding my password or nothing". After blocking her, ClockworkMoose got their revenge by responding to the people who are RSVPing. They wrote, “I’m sorry, you’re not invited to my wedding.’ This has the benefit of being 100% true, albeit deceptive"