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Thanks for Understanding, Bridezillas!

Im getting mairried in less than 2 months, and WAS a member of a group of bride-to-be's...with all that goes on with wedding planning, I was sure that my fellow bride group members would understand not being able to post every day! Well, I guess I was wrong! Thanks girls...you really are BRIDEZILLAS!!!

Wed. May 31, 11:07am

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did they ask you to leave? or did PT remove you b/c you didn't log in for a week?

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 1:34 PM

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I didn't think it was up to the group to kick someone out.... if you don't post/log for 4 days you're automatically removed (PT does it to encourage group participation).

How about this, Instead of posting a rude remark about your former group members, re-join and ask them what happened. If they did give you the boot you could have found out why and either chose to leave on your own or stepped it up a notch and done your part to be an active team member.

Not trying to be rude- just sometimes things aren't always as they seem.

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 1:43 PM

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i dont think anyone except PT can remove someone??

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 2:21 PM

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you know, now that I think about it, I was wrong to sound so rude when i posted this thread, but didnt mean to sound as rude as I know I did...but I guess it seems like it must have been PT booting me out, but why wasn't I booted out of all of them? And Ive been away longer than this last time, and never kicked out..and Ive never used the 'on vacation' option, so it wasn't that that kept me in the groups! oh well, my own fault! I should have marked 'on vacation, but that wouldve been a lie! Ive just been so busy planning the wedding!
Thank you to the third poster..you are right, I shouldnt be rude..guess I was a bit hurt. And I apologize to Bridezillas, not just for sounding rude, but for not being the active member I should have been.
Wow, this swallowing my pride thingreally make s you feel humbled! Ifeel about 2 inches tall...too bad it wasn't 2 inches wide! hahahahaha...just kidding!

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 3:27 PM

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If you're in private groups it doesn't kick you out of them. But you get removed from public groups after 7 days of non posting, if you haven't set "vacation."

LOL the 2 inches wide remark!

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 4:03 PM

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How refreshing it is to see someone swallow their pride and admit when they were wrong. Whatever doesn't kill us makes us stronger, right?

To the bride, you seem pretty stressed out, I can relate, I've been there. Perhaps if you got some assistance planning your wedding you won't feel so pressed for time and lash out when you are stressed? Ask your bridal party, family or fiance to pitch in a bit.

Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 4:48 PM

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