Need advice, Is this rude?

oreo2363April 2, 2005

My daugher is having a birthday party at Bath Junkie. It is 25.00pp. which of course we are paying. Afterward the girls want to go next door to Starbucks. I hate to pay for that too. Is it rude to ask the girls to bring 5 or so $$ for starbucks. I wouldn't put that on the invite, but have my daughter causually mention it....I don't know....I'm thinking I should just pay the 75 $ starbucks bill too.

what do you think?

vicki

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dayenu

If the party is covered and guests decide afterwards to go somewhere else, isn't that tab on them? How old is your daughter?

    Bookmark   April 3, 2005 at 4:30PM
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