One unbearably stuck-up woman who is essentially still in high school wrote to Amy Dickinson, writer of syndicated advice column "Ask Amy," seeking advice on how to properly ostracize her sister, Wendy, for not "fitting in," whatever that means.

The woman goes on an annual weekend getaway with her other sister, cousin and the cousin's sister-in-law. Every year they don't invite Wendy because she's not part of their "clique." Who is even in a clique anymore anyways?

"We are all married stay-at-home moms. Wendy is a divorced, working mom with one child...There are several reasons we do not include her. We know she doesn't have very much money for such an outing...She also complains about her ex-husband who left her for another woman, but everyone knows it takes 'two to tango' and she is not without fault...We're all very active churchgoers, while she only sporadically attends services. Plain and simple, she does not really fit in with us anymore."

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The real life Plastic ends her letter by asking Amy:

"How can we get her to understand that she should perhaps find another set of friends whose lives and interests align more closely with hers?"

To which, Amy, who is in this case Janis Ian, replies:

"You are a horrible person."

[H/T E! News]

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