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Wedding guest demands bride returns expensive gift after being disinvited due to…

12 October 2020, 12:20

A bride's best friend has demanded her expensive gift back
A bride’s best friend has demanded her expensive gift back.

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People are divided after a woman revealed she’d demanded a wedding gift back from her best friend.

A woman has asked for advice online after she demanded her best friend return the expensive wedding gift she’d given her.

Writing on Reddit, the anonymous user explained that she had helped her friend Stacey prepare for her wedding for ‘over 20 hours’.

But the bride and groom were forced to disinvite most of their guests last minute due to new coronavirus rules.

The woman wrote: “The wedding was set to be beautiful. Stacey and I spent countless hours together pouring over every single detail.

Weddings have now been reduced to 15 people in England
Weddings have now been reduced to 15 people in England.

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“Vows, invites, menu, flowers, table settings. You name it, we covered it. It was A LOT of work,

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Women have been biking in record numbers during the pandemic. As traffic returns, will they keep riding?

A bicycling craze has swept the United States during the pandemic, sending bike sales soaring and triggering a nationwide bicycle shortage.

In many cities, but perhaps most notably in New York, much of that growth has been driven by a surge in the number of women who took to bicycling after lockdown orders eliminated the main barrier that research has shown keeps them from cycling: streets that often feel perilous for cyclists.

In New York, there were an estimated 80 percent more cycling trips in July compared with the same month last year, with biking by women rising by 147 percent and increasing by 68 percent among men, according to data from Strava Metro, a mobility tracking application used by 68 million people globally.

But now traffic is rising again, and it remains unclear whether the momentum will continue. Cycling advocates say the city should build on what has happened

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Contractual gov’t employee in Camarines Norte returns jewelry worth P800,000

Contractual gov’t employee in Camarines Norte returns jewelry worth P800,000

DAET, Camarines Norte – A job order employee of the Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering Office (PEO) returned pieces of jewelry worth P800,000 that were left by a businesswoman at the town’s central mall on Monday morning.

Ener Rojo (man with yellow shirt and with a cap), a job order employee of Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering turned over jewelries worth P800,000.00 to Police Colonel Marlon Tejada, Camarines Norte PPO director on Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of CamNorte PPO / MANILA BULLETIN)
Ener Rojo (man with a yellow shirt and with a cap), a job order employee of Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering turned over jewelries worth P800,000.00 to Police Colonel Marlon Tejada, Camarines Norte PPO director on Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of CamNorte PPO / MANILA BULLETIN)

Camarines Norte Police Provincial Office (PPO) Director Col. Marlon Tejada confirmed that Ener B. Rojo, a job order employee of Camarines Norte PEO, turned over pieces of jewelry he found near the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) lotto outlet located at the Central Plaza Mall

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Frequent flyer points should be saved until after travel returns

Experts reveal the big mistakes to avoid with frequent flyer points as travel lockdown tempts Aussies to spend them on gift cards

  • Experts say hanging onto your frequent flyer points gives buyers the best value 
  • Many Australians are stockpiling points amid online shopping boom of COVID-19
  • Reward programs are tempting Australians to spend their points out of travel
  • Redeeming points for flights over material items gives buyers ten times the value

Frequent flyer points should be saved for when travel returns to normal instead of being spent on reward programs to get the best value for money.

Australians are being tempted into spending their valuable points on gift cards and other material items, but experts say this diminishes the profit of your points.

Redeeming your points for flights over material

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