One woman was left flabbergasted after her friends failed to turn up for a Thanksgiving that she had organised – leaving people fuming on her behalf at the rude behaviour
A woman was left devastated after her so-called pals failed to turn up to her ‘Friendsgiving’ dinner.
Christian Zamora, whose username on TikTok is @Kidalloy, told how his girlfriend Maryann had spent weeks preparing for the occasion.
She’d spent two weeks decorating the basement and picking up ingredients before cooking a delicious Thanksgiving dinner for all her friends.
Sadly her ‘friends’ stood her up and according to Christian, they didn’t even bother to let her know that they wouldn’t be attending.
In a video on TikTok, Christian explained: “My girlfriend was so excited for her first Friendsgiving but no one showed up.
“She decorated the whole basement and cooked so much food. I keep trying to cheer her up but nothing is working.”
He showed off the lavishly decorated space and tables laden with food – as well as the empty seats beside his partner, who looks close to tears.
He added: “I’m so sad for her.”
In the comment section, people flocked to share their outrage at her so-called friends, with one viewer writing: “This is the problem nowadays.
“No integrity, no honour, no appreciating or value in our connections. Glad she had a happy ending.”
In a follow-up video, Christian said that after Maryann’s pals failed to show up, he took matters into his own hands.
“My girl and her friends decided to throw a Friendsgiving like two weeks in advance, they were planning this for two weeks,” he explained.
“They were planning everything, everything was all set – the date, the time, and everything. They were all gonna come.
“But the day came and no one was answering the group chat. No one was texting or calling, but in her mind, she thought everyone was running late. When it hit the three-hour mark, she was like: ‘Yeah no one’s gonna come.'”
“She called me and told me what happened so I started heading over to her house. On the way there, I called my friends. I told my friends, “Hey, are you [open to] coming to my girls Thanksgiving?”‘ he added.
“They were more than gracious enough to come. They all came and brought stuff. It’s like she had her own Friendsgiving, there was a happy ending to it.
“She wasn’t upset, she wasn’t mad, she was kind of disappointed about her actual friends not showing up but other than that, she still had great company and she still had a great time.”