If a couple marry and divorce in about a month or two, should they give back the wedding gifts - particularly for Celebrity Weddings, where very expensive gifts are given?
I would say, as a matter of good grace, that the couple should at least try to insist their return, for I have heard a few people over the years bitching about how the expensive gift that they'd saved to give a couple who turned out to not be together very long, could be used by themselves.. but at the same time would never ask for them back - a bit like when someone owes you money and you don't like to ask for it if it's gone on too long as if somehow you're in the wrong. It most definitely should be returned if a refund can still be gotten.
I take it you're post was inspired by the failed marriage of KK here, and whoever her husband is/was - a ridiculous situation if ever there was - and in their case, every penny spent on their behalf should be returned in my opinion... but sadly... they're probably making even more of a fortune out of it all, what with the publicity and whatever else goes with a celebrity split-up.
by smith4u 8 years ago
A bride goes through a gamut of emotions before her wedding...What you will give her as a Gifts...any ideas
by Marye Audet 6 years ago
How long should you wait after you unpublish an article before republishing it on your blog or other website? I mean, so that Google doesn't see it as copied material?
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