There’s nothing fun about being the one appointed the organizer of a family Christmas dinner, but one woman is furious with her sister-in-law for charging her $100per family despite getting vegetables free and even did not buy the dessert.
The woman took to Mumsnet to vent her anger, claiming her sister-in-law behaved ridiculously by sending the bill to each family for a very basic Christmas dinner.This anonymous lady, most probably from the UK, took the Mumsnet to express her anger.
Her family basically consists of two adults and two children and according to her, “We had to bring our own booze while Pud was brought by another family member.” Moreover, all the vegetables to be served were free from a local charity.
This post has gone viral in no time and people started showing up in the support of this annoyed mother in the comments section of the post.
However, many social media users are suggesting she demand to see a breakdown of the costs.This mother was so annoyed that she felt insulted by her sister-in-law’s ridiculous bill that was charged per family without alcohol.
One guy commented on the post, “Is she a chef with a Michelin star?”.
Another commented: ‘What?? You are being charged for going to Christmas dinner? Did you know she was going to charge? Tell her the cheque is in the post and next Christmas you will be going elsewhere,’ while a one agreed: ‘I know of nobody who does this, why not cook your own at home?
‘Well sharing the cost of the meal I’d have no problem with but I catered for 10 and bought WAY too much meat (my mistake – I was eating Turkey for the next 3 days) from a nice butcher and it cost £120,’ wrote one.
‘So there’s no way that four people, two of which were kids’ consumed £100 of meat.’ The annoyed women also revealed that price was original £50 including booze, but then suddenly it didn’t include alcohol and yet somehow doubled in price.
She branded the costing ‘ridiculous’ and she wasn’t the only one shocked by the audacity of her sister-in-law – with many also posing a question mark over how much the ingredients for the festive feast would’ve come to.
On the other hand, one commented that if you agreed to pay £50, you must pay it and ask her how without alcohol, deserts she is charging that much of amount.
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