- Social dillemma – advice please
Steve-Austin – Member
You should go, but you’ll do what you want to do anyway, so why bother asking? …
I really am unsure and its useful to hear others opinions before making my mind up.
As I would not welcome G into my house again is it not hypocritical to accept her hospitality?Posted 8 years agoCountZeroMember
Agree with dooge. Go for l’s sake, get totally wasted, wee in G’s shoes, (all of them), throw up on the lawn, spill red wine on the carpet and feel childishly smug for the retribution after a couple of day’s hangover. You know you want to. It’s what I’d do. I’d join in if I could… 😈Posted 8 years agoskiMember
Go, if you respect “I”
You could always ask S to join you as well, then invite B K Z F H, hang on H was sleeping with “S” recently, better invite “T” as he hates “G”, then again so does “K” and “F”, but they don’t drink and talk about weed all the time, “R” has BO so pass on him, “V” is on the rebound so keep him away from your Mrs, “O” gets the giggles and never laughs at your jokes, “U” dresses like she is 18, but has herpes and bad facial hair problem.
😉Posted 8 years agoroperMember
As I would not welcome G into my house again is it not hypocritical to accept her hospitality?
If you would feel hypocritical then ban the behaviour and not the person. She will then have to take responsibility for her actions without saying she blanked out or blaming you.Posted 8 years agodeadlydarcyMember
Back to the OP…yes TJ, I think you should go. Most of us have somewhere in our circle of “friends” and “acquaintances” one person who is what we would have termed growing up at home “a fookin eejit”, who behaves appallingly at social occasions and lets him/herself down, denies all knowledge the next day (I never believe that one either) and swans along to the next car crash of an occasion.
It is I’s leaving do and as S won’t be there, at least you won’t be cringing at the thought of another similar event. Also, you said yourself you’ll have a good time and there will be lots of people you know there – plenty of reasons to attend. The only reason you have not to attend seems to be that you feel hypocritical for accepting G’s hospitality in the knowledge that you’re not planning to reciprocate with your own anytime soon. This shows that you are a man of principals, which we all know..nothing new there fella. But there’s always a time when you just have to swallow and do the lesser of two evils…which in this case seems to be going to wish I bon voyage rather than steadfastly sticking to your guns on G’s behaviour.
I sense that you already really want to go for I’s sake. Looks like most here think you should too. It would be best to make the point to G another time.Posted 8 years ago
Amongst our circle of friends there is a woman ( call her G) who has behaved badly when very drunk at two recent parties. The most recent incident she was screaming “fat lazy slut” at another member ( call her S)of our circle for 1/2 an hour. she claims to have no memory of this ( but I don’t believe her) If that incident had occurred in my house she would have been thrown out of the house.
The dilemma is a third friend (I)is leaving the country and G is hosting a party for her. S will not be invited. I had already decided that G would not be welcome in my house again ( one of the incidents happened in my house) G has not apologised for either of the incidents
The party G is throwing will have a lot of my friends at and will be a lot of fun.
Do I go or not? I am very fond of I in whos honour the party is being heldPosted 8 years ago
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