This is the only response I can imagine givingNorth Dakota State University NCAA Division I Football Championship 2020 shirt. Well, put. I can’t believe people are suggesting to just give the $25 to make the whole thing go away. Like, what? Do you just cave to every want or demand from anyone you cross paths with? Saying no is a life skill that apparently way too many people are lacking. The message stated that they didn’t need to contribute any money and that they were asking for recipes and to sign their names together. I think it isn’t rude or unreasonable at all.
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I definitely feel Sophia is the problem hereNorth Dakota State University NCAA Division I Football Championship 2020 shirt. She seems sort of… braggy? about being the only one out of the group invited to the wedding. It almost seems that she came up with the gift idea as a way to rub it in. But maybe that’s just me if the circumstances were different I think it would be a really cute idea. But I’m not sure in this instance what I would do. I would absolutely re-evaluate the friendship with Sophia though. If she wants to contribute, she should. The person proposing this isn’t asking for much, just $25 and recipes and kind words. Reading your title and the beginning. I was all fired up to be like “Nah bitch” but first. It’s not the person getting married or even the mother of the person getting married suggesting a gift, so I wouldn’t hold that against them personally and wouldn’t be offended by their guest list choices based on this interaction. But. Your friend definitely does not have to contribute if they don’t want to. They are under no obligation to give a gift. I would say it depends on if your friend WANTS to give a gift or not. But maybe that’s just me?
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