My husband's friend is getting married next month. He is 32, never been married, and has no children. The women he is marrying is 36, has been married FOUR times before, and has 3 children ages 19, 18, and 15. They have been living together for 3 years. After saying they were in no hurry to get married, a wedding date is set for next month. They are getting married at 11am at the court house because they want to leave that afternoon for their big honeymoon vacation. They have invited us to a reception immediately afterwards at a restuarant, but we are responsible for buying our own lunch. So if common etiquette dictates that you spend an amount on the gift equal or greater to the cost of the dinner you are served at the reception, what do you spend when you are buying your own dinner?
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