Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Blind Item #6 - Kindness

This former A+ list tweener actor turned A-/B+ list adult actor is someone all of you know and a podcast subject. He recently paid for the entire bridal shower of the best friend of someone he is dating.

20 comments:

MontanaMarriott said...

Effron?

Tricia13 said...

Zac Efron?

Tricia13 said...

Dating a girl this week?
Not Shia !?

Boozie said...

doesn't say he is dating a girl, tricia

Pj harvey fan said...

Well spotted.

Brayson87 said...

Men shouldn't be involved in bridal showers, unless they're that kind of friend.

TeeHee@U said...

I actually really like Zac. People give him such undeserved shit. lol

DavidHowesCREBroker said...

Do I get a Kindness Blind?

I paid for my daughter-in-law's bridal shower.

Oh, that's right!
I'm NOT a celebrity.

That's fine.

=)

taurus1987 said...

zac is straight now?

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Do Tell said...

Will someone give David some attention, please?

Vita said...

Well done, David AND Zac, or whoever this may be. Definitely kind to help the bride have a great party, too!

Don't Mind Me... said...

You're not supposed to throw showers for relatives. It looks like a cheesy gift grab

Vita said...

Well, these are cases of girlfriend's BFF and FUTURE DIL...I think both of our cases qualify as kind generosity.

Don't Mind Me... said...

Showers should be thrown by friends, and the actor was doing something nice - something that doesn't materially benefit him. But doing it for a soon-to-be DIL is the same as doing it for his son. Tacky

rabbit said...

David, you got on Yay, and one Nay.

Take the Yay, and forget the critic.

Sd Auntie said...

relatives have bern throwing showers for years..its not a big deal. sheesh

Sd Auntie said...

been

Lisa said...

Why is it tacky for the father in law to throw it? That literally makes NO sense, unless he's living with the new couple? Hush, please.

I'd have been thrilled if my in laws had cared enough to throw a shower!

Don't Mind Me... said...

The purpose of a shower is to "shower" the bride with gifts. The f-i-l-to-be is immediate family (father of the groom), so he's asking people to give presents to his son and his son's wife-to-be. It looks like a cheesy gift grab.

Etiquette pros and Brides.com agree: "Is it proper etiquette for a mother-in-law to host a bridal shower?

No. Members of the couple's immediate family (sisters, mothers and grandmothers) shouldn't host showers, since the whole point of this particular party is to add to the bride's trousseau, and your families shouldn't be the ones asking for presents on your behalf. Non-related bridesmaids, friends of your mother or your fiancé's mother, or more distant relatives generally assume the hostess duties."

https://www.brides.com/story/should-a-mother-in-law-host-a-bridal-shower

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