For wedding preparations should anyone demand for financial assistance even before someone accepts to be part of the committee?
May 18, 2017 4:25am CST
I saw the in the social media, this lady claims to have been called rude for turning down a request by her former classmate to be part of his wedding committee.She says what annoyed her was the fact that they had not met or talked for the last nine years only to receive a message with his demands and even including the amount of cash that she ought to give as her contributions. I have always thought that if you plan on having a lavish wedding, you ought to plan well in advance and start saving for the D-day.Or better still if you need assistance from your friends, then inform them formally invite and give them a chance to pledge their financial contributions.
• Hyderabad, India
18 May 17
The mistake lies with the both. The turning down the request appears to be rude. There are many friends who do not talk or communicate for many years but still, they maintain their friendship when the occasion comes. This is the real friendship.
• Nanjing, China
18 May 17
The similar thing happened to me once . A junior classmate of mine sent a message to me oneday ,he invited me to his wedding. At that time I hadn't connected with him for over 7 years since graduate. I told him that I hadn't time to participate his wedding and I had no earnings as I was still in school. He blamed me and then blocked me , I feel a little disappointed .