My husband lost his job in June ( he is back to work now ) .. and so money was very tight for the whole summer ( this took place right before he got his new job). My brothers girlfriend invited me to a candle party she was having ( her best friend selling the stuff) ... We are trying to get along ( she is very big into drama) and I told her I want to go but that i would be kind of embarrassed because I really couldnt buy anything. She said it was fine and to just come to have a night out.
At the party I couldnt believe how much the things cost ( a votive candle was $16) I even won 1 of them in a drawing and I burnt it when I got home and it didnt smell when lit ( so I am glad I didnt spend $) . Well NOW she and her friend are mad that " i didnt buy anything, but yet I still drank a cup of the punch, & ate off of the veggie tray & that I am very rude" ( what they said to me & still talking about it a month later)
Asked by Anonymous at 11:28 AM on Sep. 10, 2010 in Just for Fun
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Answer by Scuba at 11:34 AM on Sep. 10, 2010
You were not rude at all. In fact, they are the rude ones for letting that BS come out of their mouths. You did let them know your situation, so whatever. Even if you did have money, you are not obligated to buy anything.
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