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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    Maybe Mr "Casey" is a bit sweet on you, hence her attitude?
    Possibly the reason, but Mr Casey's desires are no excuse for Mrs Casey's actions though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    Maybe Mr "Casey" is a bit sweet on you, hence her attitude?
    Hmmm ... I don't think so. I suppose it is possible, but I'm pretty sure it's platonic. So sure that I hadn't even considered that as a possibility until now.

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    I just had a thought. If it's 'mean' to not invite 1 out of 10 work colleagues to a social function... Would you force a kid to invite his whole class of 10 to his birthday party or would you tell him he only had to invite the kids he was friends with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I just had a thought. If it's 'mean' to not invite 1 out of 10 work colleagues to a social function... Would you force a kid to invite his whole class of 10 to his birthday party or would you tell him he only had to invite the kids he was friends with?
    If he was inviting 9 kids out of 10 then I would say the 10th kid needed to be invited. However, in a real life situation my kids are in classes of 20 + and they usually get to pick 6 or 7 friends, so no whole class parties. My kids do not go to a school where whole class parties are the norm, and the kids are all fine with not being invited to a class mates party when they have closer friends. That isn't what is happening here though by the sounds of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I just had a thought. If it's 'mean' to not invite 1 out of 10 work colleagues to a social function... Would you force a kid to invite his whole class of 10 to his birthday party or would you tell him he only had to invite the kids he was friends with?
    In some schools and kindys it's all or nothing. For my 4yo I will be inviting all the kids in her little group. Even the ones I'm not fond of and neither is my dd1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    If he was inviting 9 kids out of 10 then I would say the 10th kid needed to be invited. However, in a real life situation my kids are in classes of 20 + and they usually get to pick 6 or 7 friends, so no whole class parties. My kids do not go to a school where whole class parties are the norm, and the kids are all fine with not being invited to a class mates party when they have closer friends. That isn't what is happening here though by the sounds of it.
    Agree. My sons class has 26 kids. He has invited 8 to his party this weekend. We are discrete handing out invites as not to upset any other kids.

    We have a huge family so if he had to include his whole class he wouldn't be having a party. But I would never allow or encourage him to invite all but one, thats cruel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I just had a thought. If it's 'mean' to not invite 1 out of 10 work colleagues to a social function... Would you force a kid to invite his whole class of 10 to his birthday party or would you tell him he only had to invite the kids he was friends with?
    I know some people don't agree with it. But DD has a class of 20 and she invited all of the girls. There were a couple she isn't friends with but it felt so mean not inviting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingClassMum View Post
    Possibly the reason, but Mr Casey's desires are no excuse for Mrs Casey's actions though.
    I don't think I was excusing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I just had a thought. If it's 'mean' to not invite 1 out of 10 work colleagues to a social function... Would you force a kid to invite his whole class of 10 to his birthday party or would you tell him he only had to invite the kids he was friends with?
    Yes. We live in a small town with small classes. It's heartbreaking to watch other children receive an invite and one or two are excluded. We don't roll like that in our family

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese Please View Post
    Hmmm ... I don't think so. I suppose it is possible, but I'm pretty sure it's platonic. So sure that I hadn't even considered that as a possibility until now.
    It may have been an innocent comment that he made at home. 'Wow, I was impressed with the way Cheese Please handled that call today. Her first day and she really stepped up'. Goodness knows how some people think but yeh, maybe she sees that as a threat. I'm backing you all the way, she's a cow.


 

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