Marek Michalek
Marek Michalek voted up Yin and Yang's answer

Our funny mishaps were I almost ran over one of my bridesmaids because I was still learning how to drive a stick shift and realized you HAD to put the emergency brake on while parked on an incline. LOL! Then our moms accidentally lit the unity candle TOGETHER so when we went to light it, … Read more

Marek Michalek
Marek Michalek voted up Yin and Yang's answer

Our funny mishaps were I almost ran over one of my bridesmaids because I was still learning how to drive a stick shift and realized you HAD to put the emergency brake on while parked on an incline. LOL! Then our moms accidentally lit the unity candle TOGETHER so when we went to light it, … Read more

Marek Michalek
Marek Michalek voted up Barb Cala's answer

All you can do is tell your friend you think she's making a mistake acting like that.  But you're not her parents.  They need to handle this.  You'll just become the "bad guy" if you get too involved in her problems. 

Marek Michalek
Marek Michalek voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

Yes, you are  - UNLESS she is engaging in dangerous/unhealthy activity such as drinking or doing drugs, it is not your place to enforce her parents' punishment.

(IMO, if the parents' expect her to abide the punishment while they are gone, they are incredibly naive.)