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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by Dixie_Darlin View Post
Her response was:
"I didn't think you'd need it back so soon. ( me : ) You of all people should know how expensive it is to have a baby. lol Sorry you can't make it but you can send the gift with (our friend's name here). She'll be happy to pick it up. Besides, you should be getting enough child support out of the boys dad to make up for anything you've given me. I, unlike you, am with my baby's dad, so I don't get support.
Well, I have to go, I need to fill your spot at the shower. You have my phone number and address if you want to send a $$$ card. Bye"
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by Rockcat View Post
What a user! Sounds like she is intentionally trying to get you angry. Don't write back and give her that satisfaction.

I think I would send a nice card to the baby. NO money. NO gift.
I didnt reply at all to her. I am still very upset by this
I deleted her off myspace I was soooo mad!
post #33 of 41
That was her response?!? WOW, what a horrible thing to say.

Pardon me, but she sounds like a real . I'm so sorry you were treated this way by a "friend."
post #34 of 41
X her off as a friend, or anyone remotely like a friend. I'd not respond at all, no card, no gift, etc. And forget about the loan - chaulk it up to experience.

I'll be polite in what I think of her...but its not nice!
post #35 of 41
I'm confused why you would even consider going, replying to her message, or buying her a gift for the shower. Surely you don't need people like this in your life enough to even be bothered. She's a loser, a write-off, a bloodsucker - cut your losses and run.
post #36 of 41
Hold the phone! She told you where to send a gift you never offered to send?

And said she needed to fill your spot at the shower?

Obviously she has a gift quota in mind.

And the comment about support. How doggone mercenary is this person?

Hunny, you've deleted her from your myspace. Now just delete her from your life. You don't need toxic people like this.
post #37 of 41
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Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45 View Post
X her off as a friend, or anyone remotely like a friend. I'd not respond at all, no card, no gift, etc. And forget about the loan - chaulk it up to experience.

I'll be polite in what I think of her...but its not nice!
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Originally Posted by Yosemite View Post
I'm confused why you would even consider going, replying to her message, or buying her a gift for the shower. Surely you don't need people like this in your life enough to even be bothered. She's a loser, a write-off, a bloodsucker - cut your losses and run.
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Originally Posted by SammiesMom View Post
Hold the phone! She told you where to send a gift you never offered to send?

And said she needed to fill your spot at the shower?

Obviously she has a gift quota in mind.

And the comment about support. How doggone mercenary is this person?

Hunny, you've deleted her from your myspace. Now just delete her from your life. You don't need toxic people like this.
That's exactly what I'm doing
I talked to a friend of ours today who is going to the shower. When I told her what was said, she said she's not going either!
post #38 of 41
DUMP HER!!!!
post #39 of 41
I've always heard the phrase "With friends like this, who needs enemies".....I do believe that this one qualifies!!
post #40 of 41
You could give her a small claims lawsuit as a gift.

Good for you for not stooping to her level! My mom has a saying in Spanish, "Es mejor que haiga un loco y no dos."
Literally: It's better that there is one crazy person and not two.

Chalk it up to: whatever money you lost was a small price to pay to get this person out of your life. She doesn't deserve any of your time.

Although, honestly, I probably would have thrown all that "better person" stuff out the window and given the "friend" a sound telling-off.
post #41 of 41
Forget about the money. Write it off, write her off and get on with your life. Keep the baby in your prayers, the kid will need them. BTW, did she get pregnant "out-of-wedlock" (so old-fashioned, like paying back loans, I guess)? Why is she talking about your child-support payments? Is this any of her business?

Take her out of your life. I might try to sue her to civil court to repay you.

Don't think, don't reply, do not contact unless you mean it. It is just too much stress for you and you are a good-hearted person who doesn't need a like her.

I am sending her - that are so well summed up in The Bronx Cheer, which starts, give me an

I mean that in the nicest possible way.
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