Post # 1
During my daughter’s interfaith service, the sister of the Jewish groom sat in the second row drinking shots of vodka. My Baptist husband was under the Chuppah with the Rabbi helping with the ceremony. the sister had caused problems before the wedding day and her mother promised she would not act up on the big day. I am highly offended by this rude act during a religious ceremony. The parents of the groom know this took place and have said and done nothing to us or their daughter. What should I do?? It’s been almost 2 weeks since the lovely day.
Post # 5
Shouldn’t this be under “family”? It has nothing to do with religion.
Post # 6
That is terribly unfortunate. But there’s nothing you can do about it now, so your only real option is to figure out how to let it go. She was very rude, and I’m sorry she ruined it for you. But you can decide to not let the inappropriateness of one person get to you so much that even two weeks later you’re still upset.
Post # 7
None of the above: Get Over It.
Post # 8
None of your poll options fit what I think you should do, which is let it go.
Post # 9
Not sure what religion has anything to do with this.
Post # 10
I would also add that perhaps I wouldn’t find this post so objectionable if you hadn’t made it about religion. Someone sitting drinking vodka in the 2nd row is rude at ANY wedding. Judaism has nothing to do with it.
Post # 11
@mightywombat: I agree. Why are they “the Jewish parents,” instead of “my son-in-law’s parents”?
Post # 12
Hahahahaha what a jerk she was to do that!!! I would just let it go, thoguh. It’s not your business. It’s just incredibly funny and ridiculous that she would do that!
At first I thought you said someone was highly offended at drinking during the reception…and I was like, wow is this Carrie A. Nation posting?? =)
Post # 14
Let it go. And what does her being Jewish have to do with anything???
While it might not have been appropriate behavior, the day is over with and in the grand scheme of things….what damage was done???
Post # 15
i doesnt matter if its religous or in a garden park – no one should be drinking shots during a christening/wedding etc. cant people control themselves for even 30mins??
i would let it go
Post # 16
I didn’t vote in the poll and I find your posting of this under religion and the fact that you made it a point in your OP and the poll to mention Judaism a little bit offensive, to be honest.
Let it go. I think it’s strange to be posting about something like this two weeks after your daughter’s wedding. It’s her sister-in-law and no relation to you.