Has anyone ever heard of a "packing potluck"???

posted 2 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 92
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

Thanks for the update!!  I hope they think long and hard and realize why it was a failure… and learn from it for the future.  But something tells me they’ll keep wondering why no one else was interested.

Post # 93
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1689 posts
Bumble bee

How much stuff do they have that 3 family members and themselves couldn’t get it done? Sheesh.

Post # 94
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

WTF?!  If im going to help someone pack, I would expect them to feed ME!!!  Not bring a potluck dish too.  No thanks… 

Post # 95
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4751 posts
Honey bee

Water actually came out my nose when I read “I thought there would be more interest.”  I would love a hit of whatever she is taking.  Being that oblivious must be very freeing.

Post # 96
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Bee Keeper

skier11 :  Going out of curiousity with an exit strategy in place and reporting back to us hoping-for-an-update Bees…..I bow to your genius cool

I’m puzzled by their complete lack of organization. I’ve moved multiple times in my life and DVDs, books etc are the kind of thing they could pack well in advance, a few boxes here and there kind of thing, while purging anything for donating/recycling/ garbage (another reason I’d want to get this stuff out of the way myself- how on earth would a co-worker know what she wanted to keep or purge?) I could understand if this was an emergency move- in an emergency I’d help out anyone without snark- but this sounds like a consciously planned move. 

annabananabee :  LOL love this! Quite the bubble she’s living in there. 

Post # 97
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2019 - Chateau Lake Louise

skier11 :  I snorted so loud at the “thought there’d be more interest” part my puppy stopped chewing his bone to see if I was okay.

That is hilarious. 

It is amazing to me how stunningly dense some people can be. I mean, HOW COULD ANYONE RESIST the opportunity to bring food, moving supplies, and sweat equity in the face of such an appealing offer?? 

Mind boggling. I’m boggled.

Glad to hear the universe still makes sense and nobody showed.

Post # 98
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Busy bee

This is classic.  Something tells me these people will never learn, but I thank them and you for a most excellent chuckle.  

Post # 99
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Honey bee

She thought there would be more interest in working for free and providing food for yourself and others? Entitled, cheap, and completely out of touch with reality. Has this dimwit never heard of pizza delivery?

Glad you updated. What a moron.

Post # 100
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Gee, I’m surprised she didn’t post the event on Craigslist and wait for the hordes.

Post # 101
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Bumble bee

Clueless. Honest to goodness some people…. I wonder if she would have accepted an invite to give up a day to help someone else move and on top of that was expected to supply food?

Post # 102
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Buzzing Beekeeper

teamroro :  

“I snorted so loud at the “thought there’d be more interest” part my puppy stopped chewing his bone to see if I was okay” .

That made me snort so that if my little old dog hadn’t been so deaf she might have done the same.  

OP, thank you for going above and beyond the call of Bee duty !

Post # 103
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2800 posts
Sugar bee

I’ll be moving in a few months. I think I’ll give this a try!!! (Read with sarcasm).

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