I was just more curious as to the general practice of bringing a friend and not a date along to a wedding. Especially when said friend doesn’t know anyone at these festivities. Seemed odd to me.
lafix answered your question“On Weddings & +1s”
Go with no expectations and see what unfolds. Being seen having fun and not caring if anything happens is attractive.
Oh, I plan on having fun at this wedding! It’s going to be a great time! This is the same couple made me the spokesperson to define Cards Against Humanity terms to their parents after Thanksgiving dinner one year. They still rave about that night. Hoping to make some more memorable stories like that tomorrow night!
ungracefulme replied to your post“On Weddings & +1s”
I would think either is fine as long as you’re both on the same page.
You mean some people prefer direct communication?! Who would’ve thought that was a good idea. (sarcasm)
jjflow replied to your post“On Weddings & +1s”
I was a +1 to a wedding with my friend John. He’s gay so I’m fairly sure he had no ulterior motives. And I would/have brought a friend as a +1. Esp if I wouldn’t know many people at the wedding. I don’t think it’s weird, so you must just be a pig ;)
Wait, do you get invited to weddings where you don’t know many people? I’m pretty sure I’ve known at least two tables worth of people at weddings I’ve attended (where I was the primary invitee.)
suburbanreport answered your question“On Weddings & +1s”
The fact of the matter is if you are going to hook up with someone you meet at the wedding, it will be easier if you are flying solo. OR WILL IT?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I think it’s funny that you think I have any sort of game. My superpower is messing up a sure thing.