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I have to wonder, do people just select "ydi" for the hell of it? Even if you have a strange name that his bride wasn't sure how to spell, it still isn't your fault, seeing as you didn't choose it.

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Actually, 70, it is misspell... not mispell. Because you add "Mis" to it to make it negative. Otherwise it would come out as mis-pell or mi-spell. And "Mi" =/= "Mis". "Pell" =/= "Spell".

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I forget my own age sometimes. Forgetting your daughter, or even soon-to-be stepdaughter's name is a little FYL.

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Yeah. Your future stepmother could have asked your dad not to invite you. Which is what mine did to me. He agreed. My sister is going to be a bridemaid.

I have to wonder, do people just select "ydi" for the hell of it? Even if you have a strange name that his bride wasn't sure how to spell, it still isn't your fault, seeing as you didn't choose it.

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It's his fault for thinking it's an FML, when it clearly isn't. This is the lamest thing I've read. My dad doesn't know my birthday, but I don't complain about it. My sister's name gets misspelled all the time. Not a big deal.

Newsflash; the bride and her family or friends send out the invitations. It sounds like they got it right on the invitation, so boo-hoo-big-friggin-deal...

This really isn't an FML, I'm amazed it got past moderation. Your name was misspelt, big deal! Easy mistake to make, I doubt your father did the envelopes anyway. Really the silliest thing to mope about.

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Is Miss - spelled not two words? I dont know. It would be funny if you spelled misspelled wrong.

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