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sorry a xmas one

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dementedmumof6 Thu 19-Sep-13 17:33:34

sorry don't know how to link to previous posts.

My ex-sil asked what I was doing for xmas dinner today and when I mentioned had ordered my turkey was met with the response "mine don't like that I will have to bring something else." as your house is the only one big enough for us all.

Would I be unreasonable to say no this xmas is going to be hard enough as is the first since ex and I have split up and he has a new girlfriend although he is spending the day with us due to kids, and after the disaster that was last year really not in the mood to however also don't want to look like the bad guy as am finding it really hard especially since they have become friends with the new girlfriend and I feel pushed out.

Wibblypiglikesbananas Thu 19-Sep-13 18:35:10

What a weird thing for her to assume. Seriously odd. Just say no!

phantomnamechanger Thu 19-Sep-13 18:36:40

cheeky cheeky cow! I can't believe she would just assume to come to your as its the biggest house shock

Shutupanddrive Thu 19-Sep-13 18:55:09

Just say no! And do it sooner rather than later before she starts making any other plans. Cheeky cow!

StuntGirl Thu 19-Sep-13 20:12:13

What a cheeky mare. Tell her no, quite firmly, and repeat like a broken record!

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