Interesting social dilemma today that comes from my niece. We were talking about it last night, and I asked her if I could talk about this for our social dilemma today, and she said yes. I told her she would get all kinds of good advice from it. Here's the situation. My niece is in a bridal party for one of her best and long time friends. They have been planning all kinds of fun things for almost a year now, and she's really looking forward to it, except for one thing. The maid of honor and the bride-to-be have decided that the bridal party will all get matching tattoos on their ankles. My niece HATES this idea. She is not about tattoos. She doesn't think there's anything wrong with them, but they're not her thing. Even though it's small, she doesn't want a tattoo on her ankle to commemorate her friend's wedding. The other bridesmaids are now giving her all kinds of grief because she's the only one who won't do it. She didn't know if she should give in or not. I told her not unless she really wanted to do it. She doesn't but she's tired of hearing all the baloney about being the only one who won't do it. So should she do it, or should she hold her ground or bow out of the wedding if that's the only way to make everyone happy? I told her you should never do something you don't want to do, and your friend should understand that. What do you think? Would you get a tattoo to stay in a bridal party of a close friend? Let me know what you think on the 98-3 TRY Facebook page.
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