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This or That: A Big Embarrassment or a Complete Flake?

For the past six months, you and your sister have been battling it out over a particularly terrible weekend that you spent visiting her. Though at the time the argument about her rude behavior wasn’t a huge issue, it’s managed to come up time and time again since then. In an attempt to finally make the peace, you invite her to a dinner party you’re hosting, which she accepts. Would it be worse if she . . .

This: Manages to make it on time, but then proceeds to rehash the details of your dispute for all of your friends to hear? You know it's a big deal for her to have come, but she just won’t let it go and it only serves to make you angry.


That: Is a complete no-show, and won’t answer her cell when you call? The party’s fine without her, but you feel completely hurt and let down.


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Lambsauce Lambsauce 7 years
Worse for her to show up. I don't want to deal with that sh*t, especially not at a big dinner party I'm hosting, and especially not from a family member. And I'm sure my friends wouldn't want to deal with that either!
bransugar79 bransugar79 7 years
I can't see this happening in my family. we may get angry with each other but in the end we're still family and if someone wants to make up we accept it and move on
juicylove juicylove 7 years
well when you invited her you would have to think that theres a huge chance she wont show up. and why would you expect her to? i might be a little upset but not enough to let it effect my night. and its muchhh better than having her show up only to embarass you.
sundaygreen sundaygreen 7 years
If I'm angry with someone I wouldn't invite them to anything, I'm way too stubborn for that.
jillerin457 jillerin457 7 years
This isn't even a question to me. I don't care if she's my sister or not -- if she's going to be a little jerk, then I won't miss her at the dinner party.
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