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She Already Paid Close To $2,000 For Her Friend’s Awful Bachelorette Trip, And She Doesn’t Want To Pay Another $750 To Cover The Bride’s Share Of Things

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Not too long ago, this 27-year-old woman went on a bachelorette trip for her friend. Her friend is not having a traditional bridal party at all for her wedding, so her friend invited five of her closest friends to New Orleans to celebrate.

She was shocked when she went to book her flights and found out she was going to have to shell out $1,000 for that alone.

Her friend then mentioned that she booked a place for them to stay when they got there, and it was going to be $250 per person per night, which she was alright with.

When she arrived in New Orleans and got to the place on Bourbon Street where they were staying, she was not happy to see there were only two beds.

The house had no pullout couches or love seats or anything. So all five girls had to share two beds.

Immediately, her friend’s maid of honor (who is also the bride’s twin) grabbed one room and pulled her best friend along with her.

So that left her standing there with her friend and one other girl she has never met before. All three of them were stuck sharing the remaining king-sized bed.

“While I was in the bathroom, the bride and other friend decided to stick me in the middle because I’m “the most easygoing” (I’m not, I just have a tendency to be a people pleaser) and didn’t ask me,” she explained.

It was so incredibly awkward for her to be in the middle of the bed, but she dealt with it without saying a word about her displeasure.

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