(Closed) Guys "Stole groom's phone" at bachelor party: insist on talking?

posted 9 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 513
656 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011


I agree with you. If I got to the airport and my Fiance wasn’t there to pick me up, I’d be super passed. I don’t care what he did, not picking him up without even telling him is an unjustifiable dick move. Even if OP is legitimately upset, she picked the most immature way possible to handle it.

Post # 514
117 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I just read this whole thing too and like pp said it’s a sad situation all around but i totally was laughing atthe “I think this entire thread can be summed up with the following story” post. I know how anxious you can get when you don’t hear from your SO and its a guys weekend/bach party so i understand her frustration and i am curious to see what has happend with OP and her Fiance, I hope everything worked out well for them, either way.


Post # 515
5317 posts
Bee Keeper

OP hasn’t replied for some time now, and I doubt that’s a good sign. I suggest we let this thread sink unless she comes back to claim it. If I were going through a very rocky time with my Fiance and feeling unable to give Bees an update, I wouldn’t want this thread to keep “rising from the dead” so to speak. I’ll quietly hope for a happy update from AllIn at some point, but meanwhile I’m just going to let it go.

Post # 516
1017 posts
Bumble bee

Groupthink can be a very bad thing.  The worst time in my relationship was when I listened to what other women told me should be happening.  

Post # 517
1596 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

@Sunflower–girl:  oh ok,  thanks for clarifying, bit of a strange comment though!

Just read the coment about letting this thread sink, woops sorry 🙁

Post # 518
1845 posts
Buzzing bee

SO and I aren’t having bachelor and bachelorette parties. We don’t feel stifled in our relationship, and don’t need a last chance at “freedom”. These parties seem to cause more harm than good.

Post # 519
413 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@bunnyharriet – I’m fairly sure that most brides and grooms do not have bachelor/bachelorette parties because they feel ‘stifled’ or need ‘freedom’. Like the something blue, throw the bouquet, bridal shower/kitchen tea a bachelor/ette night is a TRADITION. I truly despise this whole ‘my relationship must be sooo superior and far more grown up’ attitude that anti bachelor/ette couples have!

I for one am choosing to have one because how often can 40 of my girlfriends from all different cities and times in my life get together with me for a night of dancing, silliness and laughs? Never. So I’m going to have one fabulous hens weekend!

Post # 520
188 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@theone99:  And who’s traditon is it anyways. Isn’t getting together at the wedding with the girls the same thing?

Post # 521
1022 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2019 - City, State

I looked this up, and these parties apparently go ALL the way back to Spartan time, bu they were more like honorary dinners than what they are today. The strippers and getting shit-faced all came about in the 20th century, or so I read.

Post # 522
781 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Just randomly found a post she wrote, it says the post was written “1 month ago” and in it she says her wedding was “in six weeks”. Which would be sorta-kinda now? I dont know how “1 month” works on WB, if that means anytime between 1-2months. Maybe she’s off doing that? Its been a long time since OP stopped by. 

Edit: I also noticed her wedding date is Nov 1, 2011. Assuming its supposed to be 2012.. thats today. 

Post # 523
3389 posts
Sugar bee

I hope she comes back and does an update. She hasn’t posted anything in two weeks according to her profile, so I hope she’s okay and her Fiance is okay too!

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