Post # 1
So I am friends with a group of people, we used to all work together but all left the company about 2 years ago. We’ve all remained pretty close and all of our spouses get along as well, see each other frequently. I’m not as close with my old boss who is in this group. She’s a littler older with young kids so she doesn’t join us as much as the others. Anyways, I invited her to our very small wedding because I didn’t want her to feel left out. She missed the RSVP date but texted me that she was still trying to find out if she could take off that day. About a week later I got a yes response card. But the day of her and her husband were MIA. I understand things happen but she never let me know she wasn’t coming (I could have accomodated some +1s had I have known), never sent a card, a congratulations, or even a go fuck yourself. Instead, I saw she was reposting all that day on Facebook. Apparently the day of she texted our mutual friend that she wasn’t coming but I never figured out why.
That was a little over two months ago. Well GUESS WHAT! I reckon she’s now hawking Lularoe and she has the audacity to keep sending me invites to her stupid parties to buy those hideous leggings. I can’t help but laugh. And also kind of want to RSVP yes and be a no show
Post # 2
Revene is not the answer, it is simply a petty move on your part. Just say thanks but no thanks. She will get the message.
Post # 3
Uhh… yeah. NOPE. She screwed you with a no-show. Two seats that you paid for were empty on purpose. People could have enjoyed your day but she selfishly accepted an invite and told a friend that she was not going. Instead of simpy saying no, she waste your money. RSVP for shits and giggles and never show up! haha!
Post # 4
Hahaha, that’s a pretty mellow revenge…I’d be tempted as well! xD
Post # 5
theatrejulia : It’s not that serious. I was joking. And she’s the one who was rude to not even acknowledge that she didn’t show.
And in my book revenge is always the answer.
Post # 6
I’m not sure if you’re being 100% serious or not, BUT if you’re gonna get even, you gotta do much better than no show at an MLM party. Get her to order a few hundred dollars worth of product and you’ll “pay her once they’re in,” or something equally evil. I’m a bitch like that, though. I make my own karma.
Post # 7
Why all the secrecy?I would reply to her invite with “hey, thanks for the invite but I was quite surprised when you no showed to the wedding. Was worried that something happened but a friend told me you weren’t planning on coming. Wished you would have told me that instead of having 2 empty chairs at the reception. Don’t want to put you on the defensive but that wasn’t cool.”
I would let her know what I thought.
Post # 9
Lol that sounds like a real housewives tag line “I’m a bitch, I make my own karma” and then twirl your dress.
But in all honesty, the thing that I would like is to RSVP yes for her to have an oh shit moment in her mind of how she would handle seeing me after not mentioning her no show. Or I guess I could go to her party, eat all the snacks, and then not order anything.
Post # 10
Or better yet be you know actually the better person just RSVP no and move on with life. Shit happens in life, you don’t know why they didn’t come. In the grand scheme of life this is so not a huge deal. I had quite a few no shows for my wedding, sure it sucked at the time but almost 6 years later I can’t even remember who did or didn’t show up
Post # 11
Yes its not a huge deal, which is exactly why she should do it.
Me and my girlfriend would definetly do this over a glass of wine and giggle like schoolgirls. Definetly a soul-healer.