Post # 1
Ya’ll…I can’t even get into it right now, but I just have to vent and put it out there that I have the most insanely irreverisble infuriating impossible in-laws in all of the universe, so impossible in fact that my fiance can’t even reason with them. Which, please don’t even get me started on him. LOL.
I don’t even want them at the wedding because they will just try to take that over without putting forth a dime or being at all gracious. They do not have the word THANK YOU in all of their vocabulary, and just try to take and take and never give. It’s so sad. :-(((((
Anyway. Done. No one has to comment. I just had to get that off my chest.
(Smoke is rising from the keyboard, I’ve been typing with such fury. hahaha.)
Post # 3
I am sorry to hear that. What’s behind all of this, or have you been accumulating these emotions for some time?
Post # 4
Sometimes it helps just to type some of it out. Sorry you’re having to deal with such terrible in-laws!
Post # 5
WHen you feel like you can type without killing the keyboard, give us the rest of the story.
In the meantime breathe — and maybe pick up a bottle on the way home. That’s my plan. It’s a wine night!
Post # 6
I’m so sorry you are going throught that. I wish I can give you some advice but I can’t, I love my in laws… hang in there hun <hugs>
Post # 7
hahah thanks guys. I have posted before, mainly about FMIL taking over the wedding cake. I try really hard to look for the good in them, but they are just so different from the way I was raised, and really take advantage of people, i.e. the night my FI and I got engaged, my family was staying at a resort, and his family came over to celebrate with all of us and ring in the new year together. When they were tired they decided to take off, leaving US with the bill for all their drinks and appetizers, and also valeted their cars to my family’s room. Can you believe that?????
That’s just the tip of the iceburg, but you get the idea…
Post # 8
also…my family is not overly wealthy by any means, and my FI family is VERY well off, yet they pull that stuff all the time, when my family turns around and gives and gives generously money they don’t have. For instance, both families met up for dinner one evening, and they insisted on a bottle of wine. My family politely declined any wine, but they kept insisting we have some, please please, have some. When the bottle was finished, they ordered another. My family barely drank any of the wine, and when the bill came, they flipped out over who was going to pay for the wine. They said that they would pay for one bottle, and when my FI stepped up to pay for the second, his mom flipped out and said, “Oh no!!! You shouldn’t have to pay for that!” So my family awkwardly had to pay for this bottle of wine that was their idea, that they insisted on in the first place. Things like that. Just rude. No manners. It’s infuriating.
Post # 9
@tuscanbride: WOW! I don’t even know what to say to that. Someone needs to put these people in their place. Either it be you or your parents. You all can’t be getting continuously burned by these people. If they have the audacity to behave like that then you or your parents certainly have the right to tell them about it. Sorry hon, I’m sending lots of hugs your way. I hope things get better:)