The proverbial phrase “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” feels incredibly relevant when discussing invitations to Christmas celebrations — what with the whole gift-giving thing and all. Still, one might consider repurposing this into something that directly fits the occasion. I’m thinking something along the lines of “Don’t interpret an invitation on the recipient line.” — or something of that nature.
Like, your name’s already on the invitation dude. It’s not normal to send couples multiple invitations to things, and, quite frankly, I’ve never heard of families ever sending out formal Christmas invitations at all. What family actually does that?
I fully opened up this thread expecting to see that his wife’s family had sent her an invitation but omitted his name entirely. The fact that his name was on the invitation pretty much rests this case before it’s even opened; dude just wants there to be a problem. What’s your take?
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