Lady Refuses to Pay for Own Bill When Invited to Bday Dinner, Would Rather Fry Wors at Home: “I’ll Miss You”

Lady Refuses to Pay for Own Bill When Invited to Bday Dinner, Would Rather Fry Wors at Home: “I’ll Miss You”

  • A lady said she would refuse to pay for her own bill if she were invited to a birthday party and would rather eat wors at home
  • The topic has brought about a massive conversation online with regards to common courtesy at such events
  • Peeps sided with the hilarious comedian, with a majority stating that they would rather just make food for themselves at home

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Being left with the bill at the dinner table isn't an experience most want. A comedian also felt this way and said that she would refuse to pay for her own bill if she were to be invited to a birthday dinner.

Tums - The Narrator stated that she would refuse to pay for her own bill if she were invited to a birthday dinner.
Tums - The Narrator stated that she would refuse to pay for her own bill if she were invited to a birthday dinner, and Mzans stans her choice. Images: Tums - The Narrator/ Facebook
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Tums - The Narrator shared the hilarious rant on Facebook, where tons of peeps rushed to agree with her opinion gleefully.

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The clip starts out with a sassy woman stating that people should pay for themselves if she were to invite you to a birthday dinner. It abruptly cuts to Tums hilariously disagreeing with the statement.

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The clip then ends off with her standing at the stove and cooking wors while walking about sending a happy birthday message on WhatsApp. The clip has also inspired a healthy discussion online about splitting the bill at such events.

See the comments below:

Simphiwe Kimberly said:

"Nami andizi shame.. I always have an excuse when I'm invited to these "pay your own bill" birthday parties. I won't even feel offended if the invite misses me."

Koketso Bisaso mentioned:

"There’s also a theme . 'Duck feathers of the night' "

Warren Druza Andrews shared:

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Lizzie MamGcina Witbooi posted:

"I'll never pay for my own when someone invites me for their birthdays."

Rene Passenz said:

"I was caught like this once… Lmao when the same person invited me again… I went to sleep "

Mpho Mnisi commented:

"Same here I would rather have my wors at home than pay for someone's birthday lunch "

Refilwe Mobeng mentioned:

"This is what people do these days, and when we don't honour the invite, they say we are jealous mxm "

Odette Mamogobo posted:

"I prefer doing a birthday lunch or dinner, inviting people according to my budget, I don't like this thing of bring gifts, and also pay for the food, no way."

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This was in response to the lady’s, Siyanda (@cyana2mercy) Twitter post where she proudly showed off an image of herself collecting her brand new VW Polo from the car dealership.

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Siphesihle Luthango Siphesihle Luthango is an up-and-coming journalist and an experienced English teacher. He holds a Bachelors of Social Science majoring in Journalism and International Studies (Cum laude) from IIE MSA. He has a passion for telling human interest stories and joined the Briefly News team in August 2022. He enjoys watching documentaries and reading current affairs and philosophical books.

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