(Closed) long… trying to decide what to do with weird situation

posted 8 years ago in Career
Post # 32
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6262 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House

this is HILARIOUS and you have to let them go, and then come tell us about it.

Post # 33
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3636 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Just let it all play out. If things get worse after their weekend, go and tell HR because at the moment it doesn’t sound like you really have much solid evidence. 

Plus I really want to know what happens after your “wedding” that they are crashing. 😛

Post # 35
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179 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

WOW!!! That some crazy $h!t, you honestly can’t make this stuff up. I love how you already got married and I can’t believe they haven’t noticed the wedding band! Surprised  Maybe they are too busy picking out their dresses to notice. Just let them go, don’t say anything and don’t get involved in the catiness. Although part of me would want to display a wedding picture on my desk. LOL…  On a serious note, if this catiness continues you should document with HR or at least mentioned to their higher up.

Keep us posted, I would love to know if they all actually went or we just trying to get a rise out of you.

Post # 37
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607 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

chick-lit-novel

http://www.chicklitclub.com/ultimate100.html

 

think Bridge Jones Diary, Sex and The City…..

Chick lit is smart, fun fiction for and/or about women of all ages.  Story lines often revolve around jobs, children, motherhood, romance, fame, living in the ‘big city’, friendship, dieting and much more, usually with a touch of humor thrown in.  Many of these books are written from a first-person viewpoint, making them a bit more personal and realistic.  The plots can range from being very light and fast-paced to being extraordinarily deep, thought-provoking and/or moving.

 

 I guess any story written on the BEE qualifies, haha.

Post # 38
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2253 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I wouldn’t say anything only bc any reaction on your part draws you further in. Crazy people will believe or do what they want regardless of what you say. Just focus on work and ignore these crazy women.

Post # 39
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433 posts
Helper bee

@wolf987:  

Do not say anything!  They deserve to waste their money on the hotel.  That’s hilarious, what a bunch of psychos. 

Post # 40
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7679 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Wow, I agree with the others-ignore them, professionally speak briefly to HR/or take notes in case their behavior escalates after the “wedding crashing” 😉 lol.  Come back and tell us what happens.  Weird!  Oh, and Congratulations to you. 

Post # 41
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3041 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I wish you had someone who could secretly videotape those ladies reactions when they realize there’s no wedding! Do not say anything! Do not react, just ignore it all. They kinda deserve it if they’re really going to try to crash the wedding. Could you imagine if your wedding really was at that hotel & the date they’re going? It would cause a lot of stress on your end! Plus the extra cost to you (food, etc). You could just play it off thinking they were joking & if they do anything to you, you can report it to HR.

Please update us :)!

Post # 42
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4654 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Do nothing, say nothing, to indicate they’re misinformed. Let them spend their money.  Seriously this is HILARIOUS, I wouldn’t be upset I’d be psyched to watch them waste their money and waste their time. I’d be just about ready to encourage them! Haha. 

When it’s all said and done if they’re not embarassed enough to back off, THEN go to HR about it. But I soooo wish I could hear the story of them trying to crash your “wedding.” Amazing.  

They don’t seem very bright, thinking that being guests at a hotel entitles them to attend any event at that hotel?

Post # 43
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1853 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@wolf987:  Can we PLEASE have an update when the day comes! PLEASEE!~!~

Post # 45
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120 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I’m commenting just to see how this all plays out. Good on you for keeping your cool.

Post # 46
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744 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

What the WHAT? How old are these women …girls? WHY on earth would a plan like this ever cross someone’s mind is beyond me. What do they hope to accomplish here anyway besides making a fool of themselves?

Good for you for keeping your cool. I would not say a word. Not. a. single. word.

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