How would you feel if your future sister-in-law claimed she couldn't come to your hens lunch because she couldn't sit in a chair for more than 20mins because of a sore neck yet the same day she was at a friends house playing with their new puppy then 2 days later she is at soundwave?
Seems like she really doesn't want anything to do with me...
Life; it's what happens when you're making other plans
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27-02-2013 18:25 #1
How would you feel?
27-02-2013 18:28 #2-
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Her loss. I wouldn't dwell on it.
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27-02-2013 18:29 #3
I'd make the wedding the last thing I invited her to. I don't have time for petty games.
27-02-2013 18:42 #4
Her loss, I would say "oh but you don't have to sit the entire time, you can stand people will understand"
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27-02-2013 18:42 #5
Id have to say something to her, that's quite rude and hurtful
27-02-2013 18:43 #6
27-02-2013 19:10 #7
I'd be disappointed.
It sucks when you feel like someone has given you a BS excuse. I'd think less of her.
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27-02-2013 19:13 #8
I know the feeling well my sister went off to Italy and then told me to still invite her husband and her son who i knew had no interest, who then subsequently didn't bother even turning up. Costing me money and seats in my already small wedding that could have gone to people who wanted to celebrate.
Still to this day have not had it acknowledged by them that they didn't turn up.
So of your anything like me you'll probably take it and let it fester, hopefully though you will have it out with her find out if she's just being obnoxious because she has an issue with you or if maybe she doesn't realize she's being rude?
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27-02-2013 19:20 #9
I'd be annoyed but would realise that this is just how our relationship was going to be.
I wouldn't say anything to her about it and make it awkward because you're going to have to interact with her at some stage (family gatherings) and I'd rather avoid making it weird... but I'd just accept we'd never be friends.
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27-02-2013 19:20 #10
I would take the hint and move on. I don't think I would bother saying anything
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