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Friday, April 29, 2011

Oh hey my peeps..

Thanks everyone for the comments on my blog: Am I Weird?

I'd just like to note to those who suggested that maybe they want the recipe.  The last thing I want to do is spend my lunch talking about recipes... I just want to eat.  It's a good theory, but it happens when I have leftovers from a restaurant... ok so maybe they want to know where to get good food?  fine.  I get it.  Explain why then, when I eat a lean cuisine, or a muthafuckin' lean pocket it still happens.  I shit you not people.. it happens 90% of the time.  EVERY THING I eat.  ugh, whatever.  I'm weird, I know.  Feels good to vent about it though.

Thanks for listening/reading my very special rants... it means the world to me that you 'normal' people love me that much.

One other question:
If someone sends you an invite to something (via email, evite, facebook, etc.) and you can't make it (for a real reason or maybe because you just don't want to) do you feel obligated to give an excuse (whether real or fake) as to why you won't be there?


4 comments:

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

I have a friend who constantly seems to have get togethers. The problem is A) She lives in St. Paul so it's a drive. Not a big drive but a drive and B) I work EVERY weekend. So rarely do we make her parties. I felt bad at first and felt the need to make an excuse but now I feel like it's not like we'll be that missed.

Any time I plan something and people can't come I get it. People are busy and can't make every little thing.

KimBerly said...

I learned a while ago that you just say thank you for the invite but we will be unable to attend. There is no reason to say the reason.

Love the blog!

gringationcancun said...

For me it depends on who it is. If it's an acquaintance, never. (Although you should always have an excuse prepared, in case they ask diretly why you weren't there.)

If it's one of my good friends, then absolutely I have to give a damn good reason.

Smart Ass Sara said...

I'm with Gringationcancun. If it's a good friend, you better have an excuse. If it's just an acquaintance I think the "I have other obligations that day" is sufficient.

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