(Closed) And this is why I shouldn’t volunteer for things (small vent)

posted 6 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 3
2442 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Always have folks pay up front.  If you don’t get all the money, then don’t follow through with the plans.  Or, those who don’t pay, don’t eat!

Post # 4
3041 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

That sucks :(. I would just say if you don’t contribute the $10, than bring your own food. I’ve always been in the “everyone bring your own food” category. I don’t eat as much as most people do & I know people who eat 2 or 3 times what I eat! But $10 for 2 days? I don’t see why people are complaining! I could easily spend $10 on 1 meal for Darling Husband & I. Hopefully its all food you like & you can keep what wasn’t paid for & eat it so your food & $$ doesn’t go to waste.

However, if I agreed this & the person got different food from what we discussed, I probably wouldn’t want to pay for it either if its stuff I don’t like/ wouldn’t eat.

Post # 5
999 posts
Busy bee

Only $10 for 2 days, my group would be jumping at that opportunity. I think our trip when 2 people bought all the food, I think we still paid $15 or $20 per person for 2 days worth of food.


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