Post # 1
take the garbage out….. half asleep in my pjs still and neighbour starts hey wanna cat mine had kittens… no thank you.
OH HEY ITS JULY 16TH right? …neighbour
WHAT’s JULY 16TH? me
NO JULY 9th…..me
oh we can’t make it. can you change the dinner? blah blash blah from then on…
back to bed!
i have save the dated since sept and rsvps where due in may. and they said yes already and now take back! gah!
Post # 4
Wait I dont get it… Are they changing their rsvp from yes to no?
Post # 4
@beeillinger:Whaaa? They are a no go?
Edited due to lack of sleep and pure delirium.
Post # 5
@Mrs.tobe: Her date says July silly not June 😛
And that sucks. I would throw eggs at their house lol jk don’t do that. It’s illegal.
Post # 6
@tranquility:Oh…dert. I need to go to bed. 😛
Post # 7
yes they were a yes until today where she casually pretended to think it was july 16th and its july 9th….. grrrrr this wedding tends to cost me money with people changing their minds! annoying!
Post # 8
@beeillinger: that is super frustrating, some people are just so darn rude!
Post # 9
Hmmm, what a way to tell you…. First state the “wrong date” then when told the correct date, says they can’t make it?
People are very inconsiderate when it comes to attending events. They either tell you on the last minute that they longer attending or simply don’t show up, later coming with some *sob* story as to why they didn’t make it. It would be understandable if something drastic happened mere hours away or just before the wedding that REALLY prevented their attendance but to simply not show and give some lame excuse…
In your case, I’m sure they were well aware of the correct date but made other plans.
Do they really not realize all the time, effort and money that goes into it?? It’s very disrespectful if you ask me..