As a mother, it turned out that her toe had been invited to a Go Karting party for a 14-year-old friend of mine, but she was reluctant to give him one after the other, mom’s needs.
A mother who asked parents to pay $82 for their children to attend her son’s party beat the online.
Take it to Mumsnet, the user FurCoatNoSnickers it turned out that her toe had been invited to a Go Karting party for a 14-year-old friend of mine, but she was reluctant to have him following his mother’s demands.
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“Ds (Darling Son) is a newish school, and he was so happy to have been invited to a go-karting birthday party-it appears that the whole class is invited. Details of the date, the activity, transportation (it’s an 80 mile round trip), and a request for Amazon vouchers, to the present,” the woman said.
“In the last couple of weeks of ago, the [school’s out] I have to be up to date with texts of the mother-of-the-year to ask for a deposit for the go-kart ($23), and the rest of the day ($36), which was followed by a request for a ($23), for the transportation day.
“To this day, they are (in my opinion) has had the courage to tackle a full picnic lunch with ice packs, and a lot of it so that the birthday boy is not something to take with you.”
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She explained that she was in a dilemma as they are concerned, this is a great opportunity for her son to make friends at his new school.
Continuing, she wrote: “I think this will be the last straw and I will be in a place to take ds and a friend to go myself at this rate.
“DH (Darling Husband) says that I have to like it or lump it and like everyone else, it seems to be, it would be a shame for the nintendo ds has to miss out on.”
But a colleague of Mumsnet users, was fully behind her decision to agree that they will not allow their children to attend.
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You wrote: “They want to be everyone else in order to pay for her son’s birthday party. No way that would have my DC (Darling Children) to go to.”
Agreeing, another said, “this is absolutely insane. I would be sure to fall. Especially if you are throwing a party, you have to pay for it all? They sound cheap.”
A third said, “Blimey, no way, I’m sorry if your teen is missing, but it’s really expensive, and downright rude of the other mum.”
Others even accused the mother of trying to profit from her son’s birthday party.
“Wow!! I agree that it sounds like they may be making a profit, I think it is, she has a form for doing this sort of thing,” said one.
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For a second, and said: “They have a plan to make a huge profit. Not going to go go-carting and transport services for 30 teenagers cost more than $ 2k.”
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