WHAT? Are you serious? I would be angry too, what you made looks fantastic.
I think the Mum who made the comment about "feeding her family" is just trying to talk herself up a bit
I had that once though... I made mini quiches for something and one of the men came up to me and told me he didn't like them. Um, if you don't like them, but put it to the side and don't say anything! Some people are so tactless and rude.
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04-04-2012 13:55 #31
04-04-2012 14:01 #32
OMG I can't believe they were so rude to you... Where do they get off? They don't even bother to turn up with anything, then criticize you for actually caring and going to the effort to make something... I would have found it very hard not to punch them in the face lol
for what it's worth I think the looked delicious and I would have been asking you for the recipe
04-04-2012 15:40 #33Senior Member
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I'm so sorry they were rude when you made such wonderful looking treats.
If you were in Melbourne I'd adopt you for my mothers group and I promise you'd be the favourite!! (and yes we are all health conscious, but it's Easter FFS!!)
04-04-2012 15:56 #34
Let them judge. Their kids will like you!
People will judge no matter what you bring. And there's only so much watermelon a kid can take!
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04-04-2012 15:58 #35
04-04-2012 16:10 #36Senior Member
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i am stunned at the rudeness...and the lack of effort by the others. They just expect everyone else to bring stuff...and then are rude to those that do?
people wonder why kids don't know manners....take a look at the parents!
04-04-2012 19:03 #37
Stunned, hurt, angry & some other obscenities were words used to describe how I felt today.
Poor DH, when he got home this afternoon & asked how today went I burst into tears I dont know if I will go back to this playgroup.......
04-04-2012 19:16 #38
Aw Hun, I can't say I would really want to go back either, but you know what, if you decide not to, it's their loss, and just think about how lame their next get together will be without your yummy food
05-04-2012 12:21 #39
10-04-2012 06:14 #40
Oh those women were SO jealous of you!!! I know it's hard, but feel flattered. They are acting out from their own fears. Stuff the lot of 'em I say!!!
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