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Kids will absolutely not eat, for free, on this wedding day.
An anonymous wedding guest, shared an incident on Reddit’s Wedding and Shaming the forum, looking for advice on how to respond to the bride’s parents, who are said to be the most demanding guest will have to pay for a meal out with their 16-year-old son to eat at the reception.
THE BRIDE, REPORTEDLY ASKED THE CANCER-STRICKEN BRIDESMAID TO HAVE TO PAY EXTRA AND WEAR A WIG
According to the Reddit post, the guy was previously received, and the invitation to the wedding, and opted for the regular adult chicken meal options, such as the son.
“There is an option to order a kid’s meal version of every dish, but I’ve never considered ordering one for my son, because he is too old for the kid’s meals. I just sent in the RSVP card for our meal selections, and had never heard of it,” the post read.
As a wedding guest, says that the bride’s parents are demanding a refund after a 16-year-old son to eat a grown up meal in place of the kid’s meal.
Once you reach the front desk, the post office has been laid, and the waiter brought the couple their food, but it ended up being a meal short of a chicken meal on the table.
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“The hotel had a small plate of chicken fingers and French fries, but everyone else at the table told him that it was a mistake, because we didn’t have any kids with us. The staff were able to put together an extra chicken plate in front of the person who doesn’t get it, and it seemed as though everything was all right,” the anonymous poster wrote.
However, it wasn’t all good, as the guests soon got a phone call from the bride’s parents, allegedly claimed to have the chicken fingers, the 16-year-old, and the location is “to be the cause of in the future, to take account of [the family] to have an extra adult to have chicken to eat.”
“I told them that my son had been asking for the adults, but he said that he would have had to have the kid’s meal, because he is under the age of 18 years of age. She told me that I should have known that it was meant for a kid’s meal, and I had to ask for clarification if I didn’t know that for sure. However, I was unsure, I didn’t think for a second that my son would have a child, make a meal,” the post reads, calling the move “disrespectful to the feed of a 16-year-old is a meal that is meant to be a six-year-old.”
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The poster then asks for the opinion of the on-line forum to the question of whether it is wrong to refuse to pay for the extra meal, you will say, “It was their fault for changing my son.”
That is, the forum is almost unanimously defended the guy, calling the parents ‘ actions are “sticky,” and because the invitation is not to point to the child that the meals are for persons under the age of 18 years of age.
“Oh for cryin’ out loud. The fact that the planning of the reception area and thought, even for a teenage boy to be given a children’s menu is also ridiculous and stupid. The fact that the bride’s parents are like that, you will have to pay for it, it’s rude and in poor taste,” as a part of the response to read.
“You expect to have to eat a kids meal = to be rude to him … only later to Call to ask for the $ as you choose to modify a guest, the meal, and you will have to pay for it… unbelievable,” one comment read.
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“The audacity of people… I wonder if this is the bride and the groom know about the cheap, parents to call,” another shared.
“I’ve never seen any “rules” about who can be a kid’s meal,” another wrote. “At one wedding, my then-25-year-old sister ordered the kids meal because she didn’t like any of the adult choices. As the bride, she said, as she grinned at the RSVP card came back to you. My sister got her chicken strips and French fries.”