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So do I invite dss's gf to dinner?

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Carmenere Thu 25-Sep-08 12:27:40

Dp is away, I am bored, I have invited a couple I know for a casual dinner tomorrow. Dss gets on well with this couple and naturally would like to have dinner with us. But it is Friday night and he would probably spend the evening with his skanky ho gf.
I do not like this girl, he started seeing her when she was still with his bf. His bf was devastated. I was terribly upset that dss would be such a heel. However 6 moths later they seem to be still together (although with LOTS of fights) and I suppose at least there seems to be a genuine connection between them and not just cheap thrills (which is what I suspected).

She is a bit of a spoilt princess and clicks her fingers whenever she wants something, he is always running around after herhmm. She is also quite rude, before they officially got together she was here and changed the the tv channel when dp was watching somethingshock

So do I just grin and bear the fact that I don't like her and don't particularly want her in my house and let him bring her for dinner or do I just ignore it and say nothing?

TheProvincialLady Thu 25-Sep-08 12:31:08

How old are they?

If she is rude then I would be worried about her spoiling the evening and would not invite her on those grounds. If she is just a bit irritating then it could be a nice thing to do for your DS.

mumblechum Thu 25-Sep-08 12:32:10

God she sounds like a nightmare. I wouldn't invite her, you'll be biting your tongue all evening.

Carmenere Thu 25-Sep-08 12:36:24

They are 19. The thing is that I don't really think that they will be together for that long and I don't really want to make the effort if they split up next week iyswim . But I don't want him to feel like he cannot bring his friends here. Although they don't have any friends now as all their friends dumped them when they did the dirty....

Hassled Thu 25-Sep-08 12:37:02

I'd go for it. She may reveal hidden charms that have escaped you up to now. And if it is long term then you'll have to be able to publicly tolerate her. And she could be so awful that DSS will suddenly realise the error of his ways

jesuswhatnext Thu 25-Sep-08 12:45:46

i'd be inclined to invite her almost in the hope that if she behaves like a cow, dss will see her for what she is sooner rather than later, with any luck you could be rid of by xmas grin

Carmenere Thu 25-Sep-08 12:58:13

Hmm, am not entirely convinced but I might do, depends if I am feeling benevolent. thanks all

Pimmpom Fri 26-Sep-08 11:59:41

Have you asked him? He may not want you to invite her and would rather just enjoy a civilised evening wink

Carmenere Fri 26-Sep-08 16:43:52

Ok I have relented and invited her, he is thrilled. His dad is pleased too. Well 2 guests pulled out at the last minute and I am roasting a fillet of beef so needed extra guests...

Carmenere Sat 27-Sep-08 01:49:03

She has been very nice company.

Tortington Sat 27-Sep-08 02:31:10

thats good

fanjolina Sat 27-Sep-08 08:13:09

Glad you got to see another side to her

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