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36% 5 votes
64% 9 votes
14 people voted
Yes. It's acceptable and okay to RSVP "no" for... 11 votes

Yes. It's acceptable and okay to RSVP "no" for whatever reason.
79%
Yes. It's acceptable and okay to RSVP "no" for whatever reason.
No. It's not only unacceptable to RSVP "no" but it... 3 votes

No. It's not only unacceptable to RSVP "no" but it could cost people dearly.
21%
No. It's not only unacceptable to RSVP "no" but it could cost people dearly.
I don't know. 0 votes

I don't know.
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CaseyLochead

CaseyLochead

  Voted Yes. It's acceptable and okay to RSVP "no" for whatever reason.
TaxiCab95

TaxiCab95

  As someone currently planning a wedding, its completely acceptable to RSVP no. If the people getting married haven't planned for that possibility that is completely on them.
farside1

farside1

  of course it's okay. If I'm going into hospital for an operation, I'll hardly go to a wedding instead.
woody1942

woody1942

  Voted Yes. It's acceptable and okay to RSVP "no" for whatever reason.

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