The hours are long, the work is boring as all you do is sit and stare at a monitor. That is a recipe for resting your eyes. Just for 5 minutes you say. Next thing you know its 2 hours later and your supervisor is yelling at you that no one is minding the store. How did you day go so left so quickly?
What did you say? That it is an abomination and will never happen? So what about if that ex is someone you are in the process of divorcing and for the time being still have to share the home until other legal arrangements are made and finalised? What then? Could you do it without the police or ambulance getting involved?
It has been two weeks since your high school friend flew in to vacation back home. She has been staying with you and though you love your friend, her stay has been far from blissful and your spouse has been mumbling louder every day that they are about to pull up the welcome mat as your friend has clearly overstayed her welcome.
Ahhhhh. The smell of love in the air makes one thinks of cupid proudly sitting back congratulating himself on another job well done. Weddings are a time of hope and the promise of forever so we dress up, eat and listen to heartfelt speeches about how those two individuals have now become one, united in their commitment to each other. Weddings are a joyous celebration but some people get carried away in their youthful exuberance and as such the bride or the groom may make a metal note not to invite them anywhere again because their behaviour sucked. In order to prevent getting kicked out of the wedding for playing the fool, let us explore some simple etiquette rules that we should all know but it does not hurt to have a gentle reminder.