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Do you think this is rude?

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SPARKLER1 Sat 14-May-05 11:51:27

A surprise family get together has been organised for my great-aunt this afternoon. It is at her dd's home. I was thinking about making some cakes to take along as a kind gesture. Sometimes my kind gestures aren't see that way by other people so I am just wondering if it's the right thing to do. Her dd is organising everything and I don't know if she would be offended if I turned up with something.

ja9 Sat 14-May-05 11:54:53

Seems like a lovely idea. How could it be minconstrued? Surely its a common thing to take something when you go to someones house?

Yorkiegirl Sat 14-May-05 11:55:33

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Catbert Sat 14-May-05 11:56:10

I would call and ask. She can then say "Oh No!!! I have everything under control" or "Blimey yes - i'd really like that"... Then it's her choice!

However, I would never see someone turning up with a gift of any sorts as insulting.

Gobbledigook Sat 14-May-05 12:48:32

I'd just turn up with cakes - I've done that at parties before and noone has taken offence! Not sure how they could really!

KateandtheGirls Sat 14-May-05 12:52:05

Hard to see how she would be offended, but personally I would call and ask specifically what she would like for you to bring. She might have enough desserts but would appreciate another appetiser or side dish for example.

purpleturtle Sat 14-May-05 13:09:59

Whereas I would ring and say - 'Would you like me to bring some cakes?'. Be specific about what you're prepared to do. I would hate to feel lumbered with something I'd never have offered to do

Newbarnsleygirl Sat 14-May-05 13:12:21

Make them, take them and if it isn't eaten I'll CAT you my address.

Christie Sat 14-May-05 14:10:49

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

SPARKLER1 Sat 14-May-05 22:06:06

Just to let you know I took the Welsh cakes with me and they went down a treat

ja9 Sat 14-May-05 22:07:18

glad to hear it spark!

moondog Sat 14-May-05 22:11:49

Noone,and I mean noone, could not be pleased to see a plate of Welshcakes!

SPARKLER1 Sun 15-May-05 20:02:27

LGJ Sun 15-May-05 20:04:32

What is a Welsh cake ??? Is it like pretty boy Henson ???

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