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Invitations to MY house and I'm not invited...

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cantbearsed007 Fri 18-Jan-19 21:16:39

He just moved in. To my house. I love him dearly.

Invite through the post - to him. Only him. He's clarified with them - I'm not invited.

Christening / bah-mitzvah / wedding breakfast / funeral wake type invite.

"We're restricted on numbers. Oh there's simply no room for HER."

AIBU to be a little peeved?

Dogsmellssobadbob Fri 18-Jan-19 21:17:59

Is it from His ex wife?!

YANBU that is incredibly rude of them

TidyDancer Fri 18-Jan-19 21:18:11

How long have you been together and do you know the people sending the invitations?

Aprilshowersarecomingsoon Fri 18-Jan-19 21:19:23

Housewarming party for just the 2 of you it is then. Fuck the guests.
Nasty lot.

Bluntness100 Fri 18-Jan-19 21:19:53

I'm guessing it's from his ex and parent of his child?

NotTheFordType Fri 18-Jan-19 21:21:15

"He just moved in. To my house. I love him dearly."

So this is your clueless dad, yeah?

BejamNostalgia Fri 18-Jan-19 21:21:26

I think it’s just a mate’s do and they’ve not invited her because they don’t know her. Not exactly the crime of the century if that is the case.

TheBigFatMermaid Fri 18-Jan-19 21:21:27

A little more info is needed here.

FuckOffMeadowSoprano Fri 18-Jan-19 21:21:54

How long have you been together?

Mikesh909 Fri 18-Jan-19 21:21:56

The two things seem unrelated?

If he lives at yours now, where else is his mail supposed to go?

Whether or not it's unreasonable for this person to not include you on the invite depends on entirely different things.

Do you know them? Do you get on? What actually is the event? How long have you been with this partner? What's the nature of his relationship with the other party? Nothing to do with his living in 'your' house.

RussellSprout Fri 18-Jan-19 21:23:58

And the post with the least background info award goes to...

Holidayshopping Fri 18-Jan-19 21:24:32

Who is he? Are you the OW? Do you know the person who is doing the inviting? Do they not like you?

LordVoldetort Fri 18-Jan-19 21:25:17

More info needed to decide. How long have you been together? If I was getting married then I wouldn’t want someone who I didn’t know because they had only been on the scene 5 minutes to come, be in photos and then never to be seen again

Bluestitch Fri 18-Jan-19 21:25:41

I don't see the issue? I've lived with my partner for years and wouldn't expect to be invited to everything he was, and vice versa.

LordVoldetort Fri 18-Jan-19 21:26:11

I don’t think it’s rude though just because its been sent to your house

adaline Fri 18-Jan-19 21:26:27

Eh, what's wrong with his mail being sent to your house if he lives with you?

And not all invites have to be for both of you - he's entitled to socialise on his own too!

kaytee87 Fri 18-Jan-19 21:27:52

I'm not sure why you can't just say what the situation actually is.
Who moved in? What's the invitation for? Who's it from?

pictish Fri 18-Jan-19 21:30:02

Well he lives there doesn’t he...so it makes sense that his mail, including that which is unrelated to your relationship, would end up at your house.
Do the people who sent the invite know you/about you/normally include you?

SilverySurfer Fri 18-Jan-19 21:31:47

I'm not seeing the problem. Of course he will receive mail, he's living there. Unless you're Siamese twins, why should he not receive an invitation which doesn't include you?

SoyDora Fri 18-Jan-19 21:32:03

If he lives with you, where else could they send the invitation?

FascinatingCarrot Fri 18-Jan-19 21:32:47

Who is the them he has actually clarified with? Im lost already

HoneysuckIejasmine Fri 18-Jan-19 21:33:16

What's the problem? Who is he? Who is inviting him?

ApolloandDaphne Fri 18-Jan-19 21:34:39

I think we need to know more info OP. Is it his family? Do you know them?

WinnieFosterTether Fri 18-Jan-19 21:34:51

It depends who is inviting him and how long you've been together surely?

beansontoastfortea Fri 18-Jan-19 21:34:56

Hate drip feeding!! Come on op we need more info

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