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Attending a Stranger’s Bachelor Party

Jeff Minetti of Philadelphia is getting married, but first, there’s the bachelor party. All of Jeff’s friends were invited, even Joey DiJulio in Seattle. But Joey DiJulio has never met Jeff or any of his friends -he just got put into the email loop by mistake. DiJulio just read the emails for a while, but got up the courage to respond when final RSVPs were requested. DiJulio sent his regrets.

    Hi All,

    So, I have no idea who any of you guys are, but I have been enjoying being a fly on the wall hearing about the plans for this bachelor party over the last few months.

    I’m assuming my E-Mail address was added to the list by mistake (perhaps a typo of someone else?).

    I live out in Seattle, WA and although for a moment I thought it might be funny to just show up and be that guy nobody knows but everyone wonders “who is that guy?”, buying a plane ticket for a cross-country flight just to crash a bachelor’s party might be a bit over the top (although it would be epic!).

    Nonetheless, I do hope you guys have a great time and I’d like to take a moment to wish the best of luck in life to the groom!


    Joey DiJulio
    Seattle, WA

Then the rest of the guys -including the groom- insisted that DiJulio was welcome anyway. They noted that he resembled Jeff Minetti and wanted to meet him. One thing led to another, and the stranger from Seattle will be attending the bachelor party in Philadelphia this coming Friday. You can read the whole story so far at Q13Fox-TV and follow the story as it unfolds at DiJulio’s Facebook page.  -via The Chive

(Image source: GoFundMe)

PS: This experience might remind you of James West, who traveled from Australia to spend Thanksgiving with the Tran family in Florida due to an email mixup.

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