(Closed) Drama over event dates…are we being inconsiderate?

posted 3 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 31
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

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@ jackiebee   Hahaha oh dear. I think this officially means I need a new hobby…..

Post # 33
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Buzzing bee

Wow, what a royal c*&#!! My best friend got MARRIED on my BIRTHDAY, and I had nothing to say about it. It’s strange because on the one hand she sounds super jealous, but on the other, she got married and had a baby before you, so WTF (in her mind) should she be jealous about. Not that life is a competition, but this broad clearly sees it that way. She needs to get over herself. Co-sign all others that say block and ignore. Bummer she’s your FI’s BFF’s wife – and even bigger bummer for her husband. BARF.

Post # 34
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2018

two less people you need to cover a plate for at your wedding!

Seriously, block this see you next tuesday and move on – you don’t need people like that negatively impacting your life, especially when you’re about to be a mom. It’ll be hard enough for you to see people you really care about, let alone people who harbour all this resentment toward you.

bye felicia!

Post # 35
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

She’s ridiculous. I guess if she’s your FI’s best friend’s wife your paths may sometimes cross and you might have to be civil for his sake. But you don’t have to like her and you don’t have to listen to her ranting. 

Post # 36
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Bee Keeper

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@ futuremrsl8   Yikes. I would actually consider not inviting them. I know he’s your Fiance best friend but how can this go on? How does she behave in public? Do you get glared at or is it just online? 

Post # 37
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Bee Keeper

And I don’t mean “just”online because it’s enough. I’m wondering if others have noticed it publicly too. 

Post # 38
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Helper bee

 I admit I was a little irritated when my husband’s friend bumped his wedding back to “our” wedding weekend, one year later, but simply because we were planning to do an anniversary trip. My husband being in the wedding really messes our plan up.
But ya know what? I’m an adult, and even if I’m disappointed I can get over it and be happy for this couple. Because that’s what being an adult entails. 

I say ignore future communications from her. Don’t take the bait. Talk to the husband and see if he thinks you should go to their marriage celebration (–not a wedding!–) or just lie low. See how the relationship goes over the next few months and just hold off on making any decisions for your wedding, because this fiasco involves your husband and his friendship, too. Good luck!!

Post # 39
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

What?? You’re having a baby, buying a house, and marrying someone??? AND you’re having parties to commemorate these events?? How truly UNoriginal… I can’t believe you would copy THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE ON THE PLANET! What a b. You’ve done nothing wrong. Shes just super self centered. 

Post # 41
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Helper bee

You did NOTHING wrong! That woman is a f-ing biatch who apparently thinks the world revolves around her. If possible, cut ties ASAP for your own sanity. Someone like that is not worth an ounce of your worries.

Post # 42
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Buzzing bee

TBH I would have Fiance explain to his BFF what his bitch of a wife is doing and let him know that she is not welcome to any of our future events. He should know that his wife is going to ruin his friendships. 

Post # 44
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

if you want him to come to your housewarming, just address it with his name only on it, maybe have your SO forewarn him about the party before he gets the envelope. Honestly, shes already mad, anything you do now is only going to piss her off more. So id just say screw it and continue to live your life the way you want to. People need to get over themselves, i mean you cant be her only friend that happens to plan events near hers. Does she do this to all her friends??? 

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