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By Anonymous - / Sunday 14 October 2018 22:00 /
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By  tounces7  |  21

If he paid for the entire rental I'd say the other people could just find somewhere else to sleep then.

He should really get whatever room he wants. He's 100% of the reason for them even having the rental.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

While I agree that seems unfair, once you eliminate the couples who share rooms, the single folk are left to buddy up. If something similar is going to happen for the wedding, find yourself a plus one, or you could end up sharing with Pumbaa again.

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  tounces7  |  21

If he paid for the entire rental I'd say the other people could just find somewhere else to sleep then.

He should really get whatever room he wants. He's 100% of the reason for them even having the rental.

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You're right. OP must have rented the house because it was his turn, or something. I doubt he would have rented it as a gift for his sister's engagement. And the chances of other family members paying their share for the rental after the fact must be pretty slim, so it is fair that OP demands to have whatever room he wants. Though I do think it would have been nice of him to allow the couples to share rooms.

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You’re assuming that the issue is couples. The same number of people regardless of couples, this issue is a couple who has been with each other would be more comfortable in a cramped room.

By  bass_ftp  |  11

If you rented the place then you must have known something about the number of people that were going to be invited. So you'd have put someone else in the cramped bedroom with your snoring uncle instead? Somebody would have had to take the spot. I'd say YDI.

By  idrow  |  2

You paid for it, you tell the others where to sleep. If they don't know that, fill them in. If they refuse, tell them to pay you for the rental and take that money and go stay someplace peaceful.

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