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    Mercury
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    I’m planning my son’s birthday party, and since money is tight lately, I’m thinking of getting the cheapest package to the play place. The package includes birthday invites, party supplies, birthday cake, unlimited juice/pop, 250 points per child, and thank you cards. It does not include food and I can’t bring any outside food in (because of allergies and such).
    I was wondering, if you were a parent, would you be willing to pay for your own child’s food if everything else was paid for such as admission and play time etc…

    Am I being cheap to ask for parents to do that?

    Oh I’ll add for the party, it also includes unlimited play, b-day balloon hats, face painting, and majic tricks.

    #1579814
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    I3ig_Machine
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    I don’t like the idea of no free food or not being allowed to bring in food. Not a party I want to go to.

    #1579815
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    Korbelicious
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    I’m guessing there’s too many kids to have the party at home?

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    #1579816
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    Tevbot
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    party where u hav to buy ur (kids) own food & drink? sounds rather lame!

    iz a few pizzas and soda/punch for the kids (or whatever) at that place really that expensive??

    #1579817
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    Kadin
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    Can I go too?
    I’ll pay for my own meal :D

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    seriously, if any of my close friends was in this situation, I wouldn’t mind paying for my kid’s food. It’s not a big deal.

    [i]Originally posted by Mercury-Star[/i]
    I’m planning my son’s birthday party, and since money is tight lately, I’m thinking of getting the cheapest package to the play place. The package includes birthday invites, party supplies, birthday cake, unlimited juice/pop, 250 points per child, and thank you cards. It does not include food and I can’t bring any outside food in (because of allergies and such).
    I was wondering, if you were a parent, would you be willing to pay for your own child’s food if everything else was paid for such as admission and play time etc…

    Am I being cheap to ask for parents to do that?

    Oh I’ll add for the party, it also includes unlimited play, b-day balloon hats, face painting, and majic tricks.

    [Message last modified 01-24-2010 08:13pm by Kadin]

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    #1579818
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    Tevbot
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    some of the kids are probably gonna bring gifts, no?

    so i think thats sad if they hav to bring lunch money, to a party!

    what would the parents think?

    #1579819
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    Euroguy
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    In American I dont see anything wrong with it… In my culture, its a different story… Guys, she asked for advice, not criticism.

    #1579820
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    pR3nCess
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    i’d be willing to pay for anything and everything w/o question otherwise don’t throw a party if there are restrictions.

    #1579821
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    linnnie
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    Yes, you are being cheap.

    #1579822
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    here2improve
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    Take them to buffet. They can eat anything they want as much as they want to. No need those play place and stuff, kid will go crazy and you are responsible to take care of them. Waaa…mightmare.

    [Message last modified 01-25-2010 10:17am by here2improve]

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