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dietstartsmonday Mon 20-May-13 14:10:02

Orgainisng a hen night for a wedding abroad, hen night is too.

One attendee has asked if she can bring 3 friends also on holiday with her.
They are unknown to the bride and as there is more than one of them no one is being left alone. AIBU to say no

HoHoHoNoYouDont Mon 20-May-13 14:16:58

and as there is more than one of them no one is being left alone.

Sorry, I don't quite understand that bit?

dietstartsmonday Mon 20-May-13 14:21:25

what i mean is a group of 5 in villa 2 attending as brides freinds, other 3 unknown to bride. If it was 1 person unknown to bride, i feel it would be unfair to exclude them,. But as there are 3 surely they can make their own plans for that night

ephemeralfairy Mon 20-May-13 14:27:21

Good grief. Say no. How cheeky.

dietstartsmonday Mon 20-May-13 16:37:18

i thought it was cheeky too, she seems most put out about it though!

LadyVoldemort Mon 20-May-13 16:38:58

I can't blame her asking. If it was me I'd say yes.
I don't think you would be unreasonable to say no though.

ephemeralfairy Mon 20-May-13 16:42:52

As you say I could understand it if there was just one non-hen-party friend who would be on her own if she couldn't join you...but three?? If I was the hen and three total strangers turned up I'd probably be a bit miffed mighty pissed off.

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