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Today, I found out less than 3 weeks before my wedding my fiancé will lose his new, great paying job unless we cancel our nonrefundable honeymoon. FML

By no luck / Thursday 30 September 2010 17:14 / United States
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By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Well, OP, which will be most benefitial in the long run? It sucks that it's non-refundable and all, but you might be able to persuade them to change the dates or something.

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Sounds vexing. Whichever choice you make, it will bring nothing but misery. I'm sure you know that already. I'm only re-enforcing it. It's just like every other choice you will ever make; each path leads to desolation and despair. You might as well flip a coin. Be careful not to lose the coin when you flip it though; when your husband gets fired, you will need all the currency you can get. Life. Don't talk to me about life.

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  tj79  |  3

well cancel and reschedule it sucks, but would you rather have a honeymoon and an unemployed husband or not have a honeymoon but have an employed husband. it's an easy choice especially if it's a well paying job

By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Well, OP, which will be most benefitial in the long run? It sucks that it's non-refundable and all, but you might be able to persuade them to change the dates or something.

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

j5p332 - benefitial as in which of the options will do most for the OP and her finacé in the long run. And yes, lthomps, it was a reference. And actually, timma, they have two rules. :P

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Agreed. Unless the OP's husband will be making less than the honeymoon costs, cancel the trip and reschedule for a more convenient time. In the meantime, plan a romantic "staycation" somewhere nearby. Sex is sex, pretty much anywhere you have it.

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  wwerulez14  |  6

Yes it does. OP's fiancé has a well-paying job that he's going to get fired from if they go on their non-refundable honeymoon. So they have to choose whether to go on the honeymoon and have her fiancé lose his job, or cancel (or postpone) the honeymoon so he can keep his job. What's not to get?....

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

Which bit makes no sense? There is a reason at the fiancé's job that he can't take that holiday without being fired. It might seem odd, but there are some things. Especially when it's a new job and they want proof of reliability or something. Edit - wwerulez, you beat me to it.

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