Wedding Party

Sorry Guys

edited February 14 in Wedding Party
Didn't know this was that public. Sorry friends.

Re: Sorry Guys

  • ILoveBeachMusicILoveBeachMusic Indiana
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    No I don't think that is an overreaction at all. I would feel the same way.
  • Jen4948Jen4948 Houston
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    Not at all. She treated you like shit. I'd be livid and would not consider her a friend anymore.
  • She's a terrible person and you are not overreacting. 
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  • climbingwifeclimbingwife NYC 'burbs
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    No, you’re not overeacting. She’s an awful person. 

  • MobKazMobKaz Chicago suburbs
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     I would be sending her a bill for services rendered regarding her bachelorette party.  
  • flantasticflantastic The Midwest
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    You're entirely justified.

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  • levioosalevioosa Southern California
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    Wow. What a fucking peach. Sorry, OP. 


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  • LondonLisaLondonLisa London, UK
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    Tell her you expect to be reimbursed for the bachelorette party and the dress. 

    This friendship is over. She is genuinely awful. I am so sorry. 
    short+sassyInLoveInQueensMissKittyDanger
  • Ditto @LondonLisa.   She used you.  I'd tell her you expect a check.
    STARMOON44charlotte989875MairePoppy
  • banana468 said:
    Ditto @LondonLisa.   She used you.  I'd tell her you expect a check.
    I wouldn’t expect to get one, but I’d be asking just the same. 
    charlotte989875MairePoppyInLoveInQueensMissKittyDanger
  • That would be my reaction. 

    I'd definitely ask her to reimburse you for the dress. 
  • banana468 said:
    Ditto @LondonLisa.   She used you.  I'd tell her you expect a check.
    I wouldn’t expect to get one, but I’d be asking just the same. 
    Yeah.   I wouldn't hold my breath on any reimbursement but I'd call bullshit on the crocodile tears after I spent well over $1000 of my hard-earned money on a supposed dear friend only to find that she felt like I was replaceable.   


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  • NowIAmSypNowIAmSyp East Hanover, NJ
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    Holy crap, OP.  I'm sorry...

    Did she say WHY she wanted the switch?  Not that it matters, but I'm just honestly curious as to what ridiculous thing she may have said....

    Consider this a bullet dodged- life is too short to waste it on bad people.
    charlotte989875short+sassyInLoveInQueens
  • MairePoppyMairePoppy Connecticut
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    Your ex-friend is a terrible person. Be glad she's out of your life.

    Send her an itemized list of your expenses. Don't expect a response. At minimum, she should reimburse you for your dress, airfare and any non-refundable expenses for the wedding.

    Not that it matters now, but the bride could have added her other friend without kicking anyone out.
                
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  • I would give her a bill.  I might even copy the other BMs and ask for reimbursement for your expenses now that you have been kicked out in favor of another friend.  At a minimum, I would feel better knowing that her friends know how shitty she is.  I wouldn't expect reimbursement and I would wash my hands clean of the event and the friendship.

    I am so sorry this happened to you.

    charlotte989875
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