Entitled brat wants free venue

posted 1 year ago in The Lounge
Post # 61
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Sugar bee

 

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rainbowduckie :  I am repeating my advice: I would completely ignore it and never respond to anything from her in the future. The worst and most satisfying thing you can do to a person like this is to ignore them.

Never discuss this situation with anyone except your SO, because it will likely get back to her and she’ll feel like she “won”, or it will somehow blow up and invite a ton of drama to your life.

Post # 62
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Buzzing bee

The one who truly lost here is her fiancé. Sounds like he’s marrying an entitled child who posts tacky-ass fb posts. What a pathetic life.

Id block her on fb 

Post # 63
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

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rainbowduckie :  OmG she is so freaking annoying. Here is the thing though, you worry she will freak out at you if her event gets cancelled but any reputable and professional condo board would not name names in a complaint about a basic tenant rule. All that would happen if your parents reported this party as a voliolation if policy is the condo board would tell the tenant who is sponsoring the party that their event is a violation of x rule and that their event is cancelled and maybe they will have a temporary ban placed on them for 6 months where they can’t book the lounge. The condo board wouldn’t tell the tenant it was your parents because it wouldn’t matter. All your parent would be doing is bringing it to the attention of the board that a rule was being violated and the condo board would enforce that rule. Simple. And the tenant would have to tell that girl that her party was cancelled because the board said they were violating policy with her event. 

as lifeisbeeutiful : 

said, this isn’t vindictive, your parents and all the other tenants pay fees to have these rules upheld. They also open themselves up to the public being allowed to rent the space if the policy is violated. I know this because where I work we have private event space that we do not let the public use expressly because there is a law that says that if a space is allowed to be used by any member of the public we can’t discriminate and would have to let all people who wanted to throw an event there do so. I’m pretty sure that’s why the condo has that rule in place. So tell your parents and let them make the call if they want to. Worst case scenario the event still happens or her event gets cancelled and who cares? She can’t do anything to you anyways. So I don’t know why your scared of retaliation? 

Post # 64
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Bee Keeper

If she ended up having a friend of a friend who lived there book it for her, I’m pretty sure she still had to cough up a bit of bribe money. Probably much lower than she would if she were to rent any type of event hall. Anyway, this is like borderline, “Wow, that girl is driven!” to “Wow, that girl is nuts!”. 

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Post # 65
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2020 - City, State

For sure, I wouldn’t RSVP one way or another – let her wonder if it got lost in the mail. 

 

Sorry you’ve dealt with this…it just sucks that your parents were thrown into the mix. That’s the part that I’m sure angers you the most. But I LOVE your mom’s church comment! 

Post # 66
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Busy bee

i would block her and stay wayyyy out of this mess.

Post # 67
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2016

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rainbowduckie :  well, she’s childish. Maybe she can have her divorce party there in a few years, too, since she’s already figured out an in. I agree to ignore her and go on about your business.

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lifeisbeeutiful :  we can agree to disagree. OP’s parents don’t even live in the building. They rent it out. They aren’t being personally impacted by this in any way. I do find the idea of contacting the association petty and a waste of time and energy that can be used toward other things. And the way I know this is about that stupid girl and NOT about folks following rules is that no one is talking about checking in with the condo association and encouraging an audit of the various rules and membership to be certain that all of the CC&Rs are being adhered to. The suggestion was to reach out to the association and tell them about this chick and her party and the fact that she doesn’t know anyone else in the building so that it gets canceled. That is not about “rules”.

The comment about it potentially leading to issues about the lounge being rented and not be able to discriminate about who has access is a valid one, but, again, OP and/or her parents targeting this one person and her party does not come across as being about the general rules or looking out for the association and other owners.

Post # 68
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2021 - Dracut, Massachusetts

Dude, this girl needs to fuck right off. I would tell my parents and if they wanted to complain, than so be it. Honestly, who the hell does this? I wouldn’t be worried about any retaliation from her. What could she possibly do? Besides make a complete idiot out of herself, or possibly get herself into more trouble than it’s worth?

Block her & the Fiance on all social media as well as your parents do so. Like BYE FELICIA

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