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    • LauraW9845
      CommentAuthorLauraW9845
      Posted: Oct 10th 2016
     
    Hi, I was after a rant and advice to see if it's me being like a bridezilla or if anyone else would feel how i do. My partner's brother is his best man, they are planning to go go karting and then a few drinks afterwards with possibly food inbetween. So my partner asks his brother if he has booked or looked at prices so that my partner can let his mate know and so we can all save money, for my partbers brother to turn around and say not yet I've got a certain someone helping me plan it so I ask my partner to ask who as it isn't his mate thinking it would be his dad or another mate or something for his brother to turn around and say on a lass called chantelle. Who we dont know who we have never met and who has never being mentioned before. Am I right to be pissed that some lass who I don't know and doesn't know us is planning or helping plan my fiancees stag when his brother has plenty of other people to ask e.g my partners mate, dad uncles etc
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    • MrsC2Be
      CommentAuthorMrsC2Be
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Oct 10th 2016
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    i would be raging, as if youd want some random woman to plan your husbands stag do (she may be lovely but its not her place)

    its down to your h2b and his groomsmen and friends/family!!! i would suggest to your h2b that he has a polite word with his brother and asks if he can keep the planning inside his wedding party xx

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Oct 11th 2016
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    Unless she has dealings with the go karting and can get them a discount then I think your partner should step up and say he's not happy with it and would like himself and others included in the planning, if not then your partner will do it.

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