Entries Tagged as 'it’s my party'
Our submitter in Provo, Utah came across this sad little display taped to a door at Brigham Young University. “There’s a lot of pent-up, childish anger there,” she says.
Perhaps those would-be party-throwers in Provo could find some consolation from Ricky in Buenos Aires — his 49th birthday party was also cancelled due to a lack of cooperación from his amigos. (Hello, mission trip?)
related: This is not a party, only a reminder to not forget…again.
Tags: birthday · college life · it's my party · Utah
…especially when the invitation is extended via your Facebook wall to everyone you know.
Or (oopsies!) almost everyone you know.
related: Your Facebook friends…just not that into you.
extra credit: STFU, Parents
Tags: cry me a freaking river · frenemies · it's my party · kids · martyr complex · Moms & Dads · Oops? · preggers
“Our office manager was upset that people weren’t responding promptly enough to the Christmas party invitation,” says our submitter in San Diego.
In keeping with the holiday spirit of things, the office manager apparently channeled that anger into the posting of this (uncredited) About.com excerpt in the office kitchen, for the edification of all. How that’s for savoir faire?
related: An evening of congenial abnormality
Tags: Christmas · etiquette · it's my party · obnoxious definition · office · party planning committee · San Diego
Túlio in Buenos Aires brings us this note, photographed by his amiga Ana, on the occasion of Ricky’s 49th birthday. (His party was canceled, you see, due to a lack of cooperación.)
[Roughly translated: PARTY SUSPENDED for want of friends' cooperation... (We'll see you at the 50th)]
“It’s sad and funny at the same time,” Túlio writes, to which I’d have to respond, “sí.”
related: You know, I’m getting input here that I’m reading as relatively hostile
Tags: birthday · Buenos Aires · Espanol · it's my party
“This guy at my boyfriend’s office sent out an invite — using the company email — for a ‘we’re single, let’s mingle party,’” says our anonymous submitter in Brookline, Mass. And apparently, this wasn’t the first time.
Even funnier than the subject line, our submitter adds, was the party dress code: business casual.
related: You were warned never to push Carrie to the limits
Tags: all-staff e-mail · cry me a freaking river · e-mail · it's my party · Massachusetts · office