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Work Christmas night and boyfriend

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Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:27:52

We are having a works Christmas night it’s also open to the public. Boyfriend said he was coming and not going to his work party drinks at the office. I told him to go and not come to mine as I figured it’s was no big deal and his work drinks are a nice thing to go to. All day he’s said he would be coming to mine at 8 and only staying at his for one drink as he couldn’t leave his car at work over night. His phones off or died he’s not turned up I’m hungry don’t no if he’s eaten at or not I haven’t as we where going to have dinner together. I don’t no if he’s staying out all night aibu for
Just wanting a text saying I’m staying out sorry or will be home later. We live together been going out 2.5 years

Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:29:47

I’ve texted asked him what he’s doing tonight and told him I’m happy for him to stay at his work drinks. After I rang him

just5morepeas Thu 07-Dec-17 20:31:21

What's your aibu?

Kentnurse2015 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:32:30

Just do whatever you want to do. Don't try and make plans around him. What's the point? He's not thinkingabout you

AnaWinter Thu 07-Dec-17 20:34:09

Go to your night out and eat if you are hungry.

Eltonjohnssyrup Thu 07-Dec-17 20:35:06

Yep, just go ahead with your night as planned on your own. If there is a genuine reason he will understand.

Dozyoldtwonk Thu 07-Dec-17 20:35:11

Sounds a bit weird. Why would he not want to go to his works party drinks but come to yours instead? Am I missing something?

ThunderboltsLightning Thu 07-Dec-17 20:37:19

Assume he isn't coming and eat. If he comes later it's tough.

Splinterz Thu 07-Dec-17 20:39:33

Lost this one from the off.

Frankly it sounds like you don't want him to come to your public works do.

I appreciate I am extremely tetchy today but for the love of God just get on with your do and stop faffing about what he's doing.

Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:41:03

Because he’s the youngest at work there having drinks in the office he didn’t want to have to pay for a taxi home and have to pick his car up tomorrow by getting the bus. He also working on a huge project a didn’t want a hangover at work. I also work 5 mins walk away from work

Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:42:03

Also mine had live stuff happening and some friends of ours where here pluss family

Dozyoldtwonk Thu 07-Dec-17 20:42:21

What is your AIBU?

ReanimatedSGB Thu 07-Dec-17 20:43:03

Just go ahead with your night and do whatever suits you. Especially if this knob's intention in coming to your party instead of his own is to piss in a circle round you and ensure that you don't have sex with all your colleagues in the toilets.

ShirleyPhallus Thu 07-Dec-17 20:44:24

Just do your own thing then catch up with him later

Honestly this stuff just isn’t worth worrying about

PurpleMinionMummy Thu 07-Dec-17 20:47:03

Yanbu. It's rude to not turn up and not let you know why/if plans have changed.

SparklyMagpie Thu 07-Dec-17 20:47:38

Just send a text telling him youve gone to your party, and just leave.
He can always come meet you. I'm also not understanding this? Just crack on, hope you're not planning on moping at home until he gets intouch?

ComedyBoobs Thu 07-Dec-17 20:49:25

Im not sure I understand, but hope you've had something to eat by now.

Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:49:36

I’ve been here all day haven’t left work at all I’ve enjoyed it with out him dw

Booboobooboo84 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:51:25

Just eat if you want food, something has obv come up for him. Chill out and enjoy your night Sharon.

Pickledonion24 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:51:47

Well we only have mince pies at work and Christmas Chocolat so I’m ok plan was he was going to take me home from work to eat but now I’m going home with parents so won’t be leaving untill they do and there doing all the clearing up I could walk but it’s down a pitch Black Road

ComedyBoobs Thu 07-Dec-17 20:53:55


Dozyoldtwonk Thu 07-Dec-17 20:56:44


SparklyMagpie Thu 07-Dec-17 20:57:06

Definitely Sharon

SparklyMagpie Thu 07-Dec-17 20:59:20

You've already changed your plans to go home with parents so why does it matter?

GreatDuckCookery Thu 07-Dec-17 20:59:23

Your parents are there?

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