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Beeziekn33ze Sat 21-Jan-17 15:09:15

Booking 3 seats for DS and his teenage GDs I found (because of being unsure who was going) I'd left it late to get a good choice. I found 3 good seats, two in front and one immediately behind. I thought this would be fine, so did the girls. It seems DS would rather I'd booked worse seats to be 3 in a row. I shan't do it again but am a bit surprised how worried he was at looking like 'sad guy on his own at panto' or, maybe 'suspicious guy'! They have sweets to share and I told the DDs to call him 'dad'!!
Was DS BU?

PotteringAlong Sat 21-Jan-17 15:09:55

No, you were.

Beeziekn33ze Sat 21-Jan-17 15:12:05

Pottering - he'll be SO pleased with your response!

TeenAndTween Sat 21-Jan-17 15:24:01

I think what you did was fine.

TeenAndTween Sat 21-Jan-17 15:24:35

And if he was so bothered he should have booked the seats himself!

Gizlotsmum Sat 21-Jan-17 15:25:53

How old are gd's?

Gizlotsmum Sat 21-Jan-17 15:26:20

Sorry seen teenage, he's being unreasonable

pasturesgreen Sat 21-Jan-17 15:27:08

Nothing wrong with your seat selection, I would have done the same in your shoes. Your DS is being slightly ridiculous.

CripsSandwiches Sat 21-Jan-17 15:28:30

YANBU why didn't he just book the tickets himself if he was being particular.

LadyintheRadiator Sat 21-Jan-17 15:30:21

He sounds a bit paranoid.

TheAntiBoop Sat 21-Jan-17 15:30:27

Tell him to book them himself next time then!

PotteringAlong Sat 21-Jan-17 15:31:10

If I was going to something like a pan to which I'd interactive with my family I'd want to sit next to my family. It's not like Shakespeare where you'll be in silence all the time. Maybe I'm odd though!

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