Everyone is saying I shouldn't un invite them. Okay but what if I do this.
What if I purposely make it difficult for them to get in, to sort of, knock them off their high horse a little? Or would that be too power trippy? But no one would know but me???
Like giving a guest list to the security without one of them on it?The guest list has everyone who has RSVP'd, then ppl who didn't rsvp, or not on the list, will have to wait for my sister or mom to confirm that they are okay to come in, then if my sis or mom don't know them they have to find me or my hubby.
The thought of it makes it tempting....hmmmmm but it's wayy to badass for me to do, maybe
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