to accidentally fall asleep and not go back?

(25 Posts)
AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:24:45

In the midst of a massive family wedding.

I've 'popped' home (40 minute drive either way) to feed the dogs.

I'm an antisocial bugger and I'm feeling weary.

If I go back I can get sloshed on free wine.

What should I do?

iwantavuvezela Sat 08-Mar-14 18:25:58

Go back! Sleep tomorrow ......

MooncupGoddess Sat 08-Mar-14 18:26:11

I'd probably feel the same... but unless you're 100% sure you won't be missed you should probably go back. I bet you'll enjoy it when you get there.

Fletcherl Sat 08-Mar-14 18:26:23

Sleep on, but does any one else need you yo collect them from the party?

squoosh Sat 08-Mar-14 18:26:51

Go back!

QwertyBird Sat 08-Mar-14 18:26:52

Oh yes, free wine gets my vote!

WaitMonkey Sat 08-Mar-14 18:27:23

I'd go back. There's free wine. grin

AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:27:30

Taxi back is booked. I've left the H and Ds there..

It's lovely and quiet here. Just me and the dogs......

AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:28:04

I could take off my rubber pants and put my pyjamas on.

AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:30:12

I have promised to take something back for D2 though. And the present I forgot earlier.

Damn.

Oblomov Sat 08-Mar-14 18:31:17

You have got to be kidding, right?
How incredibly rude.
You leave wedding. Saying you're nipping home to feed dogs.
And you don't go back?
I would find this truely insulting.

pancakedayiscoming Sat 08-Mar-14 18:32:06

You have my sympathy. Stay home if you can get away with it, you went to the first bit, just text your dh to let him know!

squoosh Sat 08-Mar-14 18:32:47

It is a bit rude to not go back.

Silvercatowner Sat 08-Mar-14 18:32:59

Weddings are grim. No-one will notice. Enjoy the peace.

AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:33:35

Of course it's rude.

But it's what I quite fancy doing.

squoosh Sat 08-Mar-14 18:34:08

Well they why ask?

squoosh Sat 08-Mar-14 18:34:14

then

AtYourCervix Sat 08-Mar-14 18:34:26

I'm going.

If I have a hangover tomorrow it'll be all your fault.

Oblomov Sat 08-Mar-14 18:35:19

Weddings are grim? Then why go? I love weddings.

Silvercatowner Sat 08-Mar-14 18:39:12

Oblomov - not my dilemma. Weddings (IMHE) ARE grim. I avoid whenever possible.

AtYourCervix Sun 09-Mar-14 01:13:20

I'm back.

5 hours of intensive dancing. I'm not going to be able towalk tomorrow.

And didn't you knacker your back a few days ago Cervix

You'll need complete bed rest smile

(I'm not really a Dr but nevermind)

AgentZigzag Sun 09-Mar-14 01:18:33

A couple of friends did this at our wedding, but I don't hold it against them because I'm with Silver and think weddings are grim affairs grin

What's the shape of a wedding disco these days? Are they still cheesy? (to appeal to everyone)

BrianTheMole Sun 09-Mar-14 01:20:53

Good luck op. In fairness, at my wedding, the only person I would have noticed didn't come back was my husband, you could always pretend you went back. 99.9 percent chance of getting away with it wink

NoodleOodle Sun 09-Mar-14 01:43:27

I have actually honestly fallen asleep in between the bits of one wedding I was invited to, to be awoken by a phone call from the bride asking where I was. Fortunately my makeup hadn't smudged much and it was only a 25min drive so I made it back in time to be forgiven.

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