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MAN NOT HAPPY WITH FOOD SERVED AT WEDDING, GOES OUT & DABAO FOOD TO THE WEDDING

My son (22m) is a picky eater. My cousin was getting married and had a lovely reception with a nice buffet. “Johnny” wasn’t a fan of what was served so I let him leave and get some food.

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Word spread amongst our family where he was going and a few people asked him to bring things back so he did.

We are at a table near the dance floor and you could probably smell it there but nobody in our immediate family had a chance problem (even the bride and groom).

Apparently the venue and the family of the bride were appalled and I don’t understand why. It was a great party but he wanted something different and other people did too.

Edit: When I said “let” I meant, let him take my car since we all rode together.

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the food was served buffet style. Everyone else who partook in the fast food did so because, well, it was there and tasted good. They didn’t have a problem with the venue’s food.

Also, as some people said, one or two chicken bones did end up in the floor in the venue. That was unfortunate.

Netizens’ comments

  • you should have arranged something beforehand instead of doing it like this. Oh, and stop enabling your adult son, he is 22 ffs.
  • Your son is 22. He can eat before the ceremony, or eat after. Or eat a granola bar in the bathroom.
    But instead you and him made a big enough scene of the food not being to his liking that many people knew, and then he proceeded to bring back dinner for several other people, causing an even bigger scene that was highly disruptive of an insanely expensive formal dinner that you nor any of the other guests getting take out paid for.
    I assume that the wedding allowed children at the dinner, but it’s unclear why you weren’t sat at the kids table and supervised by the grown-ups.
  • If you’re son was 4 okay, let him bring his chicken nuggies to a wedding. However, 22 years old and you’re still wiping your adult child’s backside and treating him like a toddler
  • The venue and family of the bride were appalled because bringing fast food into the reception for multiple people to eat:
  1. embarrassed the venue because you all showed publicly you did not like their food, and
  2. angered the bride’s family because they most likely paid a good amount of money for the food you publicly replaced (assuming the bride’s family paid; I know this is not necessarily the case).

If you were invited to a dinner party, would you leave halfway through to get fast food and bring it back to eat at the dinner table?

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