Do not do this on your RSVP Card!
Posted 13 June 2008 - 07:32 AM
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Posted 13 June 2008 - 10:25 AM
| Originally Posted by ErinB |
What's the old saying "Make something idiot proof, and they will build a bigger idiot"
Next time someone asks if they need to bring their chairs, you should say yes in the most serious voice you can muster up, just to see their reaction!!!
Then once the fun is over, you can explain.... hehehe
Posted 13 June 2008 - 10:34 AM
kind of hard to see but these are mine. i've had similar issues with people asking stupid questions like "i thought you were getting married on a lake" and things like that.
also, there is a line to check off to the left of the wording, most of the people havent checked it off. to the right i got smart and put (YES) and (NO) to idiot-proof the response, but most people have circled this part.
the best ones are when you sent an invite to Grandpa Vic (and no other names, not even guests) and you get a reply card back for Grandpa Vic, Keith, Kimberly, Josh and Leah. dougs uninvited uncle and his family are coming to mine. we didnt invite any of his extended family because he has 29 cousins on his moms side alone, and that is the small side. how do you choose? when do you stop? i guess you dont, haha, they decide for you.
so, yari my dear, i feel for you. i am completely in your boat. but not literally, its not a real boat. so dont call me to ask me if i meant i was getting on a boat with you.
Posted 13 June 2008 - 11:23 AM
Great- I married an idiot.
Sorry for not posting last night too- once I got caught, I had to get off before I got grounded. I feel for you girl. I'm sorry for all the extra work.
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