Disagreeing isn't bullying.
I'm thinking I must have a really different group of friends than most... we went to an engagement party on Friday night and they were genuinely shocked when we turned up with a gift - so much so they didn't even have a place set up to put the gifts they got and they had to source a table from the venue for them.
All day I've watched you try to convince people on here that your expectations are spot on and they are the ones who have it wrong. When so many people disagree with you it can be wise to take that on board. The majority of members appear to consider your view greedy. Here's a chance to learn something, but instead you choose to argue your point to the bitter end.
And I'm a "bully" for suggesting it's time to move on? Please.
Well I'm feeling bullied. I'm unsubscribing because obviously I have a different opinion and now I'm being called names, laughed at by a group of women and told to get out and go to another thread (or whatever that meant)
Seriously, you ladies need to think about how you treat people and your behaviour. Being agressive and ganging up on them seems to be your way of getting the last word quite often.
TButtermilk I am genuinely shocked that you say $20 "isn't enough" to give at a wedding. When I was on PPS $20 was almost 10% of my weekly income. If it isn't enough, I for one am glad I do not know people who would resent me being present at their wedding because that was a lot of money for me. The thought that someone could be out there saying I wasn't good enough to be there is yuck.
If I get married I will make it clear that people don't have to be pbliged to give me anything. Wedding receptions ARE just a celebration/party. It has nothing to do with the marriage.
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