If you were in charge or organizing your high school reunion...

Contributor: surreptitious surreptitious
How much money would they have to pay you to organize it (or would you do it for free, because you simply loved high school)? Are there people that you wouldn't invite and claim that the invite must have gotten lost? Are there people that you would really want to accept the invitation? Is there a difference between the response that you're making now and the response that you might be making 5/10/15 years ago or in the future?
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Contributor: Chilipepper Chilipepper
Still wouldn't want to do it. My graduating class was so slack-ass that we didn't bother to have a 10th Year reunion. We really don't care to have one, to be honest. I'm in contact with the people from HS I want to stay in contact with and that's all that matters to me.
Contributor: Living Doll Living Doll
I just wouldn't do it. I really don't care for the grand majority of people I went to high school with.
Contributor: KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
I'd have to be paid to organize it. I'm not sure on the amount. Even though there would be certain people that I would hope didn't attend, I would invite everyone. I never had problems with people in high school, but there were certain people who were mean to the less popular students and I hated it.
Contributor: surreptitious surreptitious
I would definitely do it if they paid me enough money, but I don't think that I'd even want to go to my high school reunion without the cash incentive. Even though I only graduated 5 years ago, I'd probably be one of the only ones without a kid, and the last thing that I want to do is listen to people go on about their little parasites. Small town mentality does not foster a lot of good will with me, and quite frankly, a lot of people would probably be hoping that /I/ didn't attend.

I know what you mean about people bullying those who were less popular, KinkyKatieJames, and though it happened to me, it was never a personal concern because I just don't really give a rat's behind about most of the people that I went to school with. There are a good number of people that I alienated defending other people, though, and every time I see them around town I get glares.

We only have one place to go dancing in town, so really, going there on a Friday night is practically like going to a high school reunion anyways.
Contributor: Woman China Woman China
If I were to organise my high school reunion, I'd make it a camping trip. I mean tents. Not campers. That way, people couldn't put on "airs"- rather would have a harder time putting on airs and would spend more time just being "them".

But, even if it were a camping trip, I'd still probably not go!
Contributor: DolphinGirl DolphinGirl
Eh, I wouldn't want the stress that comes with it . . . If I had to, I'd call a country club or something maybe? I don't know I'm really simple with these sorts of things ha!
Contributor: lovekink lovekink
There is no amount of money that could get me to do it. I didn't hang out with many in high school... wouldn't hang out with them now! lol
Contributor: TJax TJax
I was recently contacted about my 10yr. It was a facebook event invite, and not an enthusiastic one. The girl that was in charge of it just recently realized that she still had the responsibility and did the minimum possible to satisfy the obligation. So I'm guessing they don't pay you for it
Contributor: Zombirella Zombirella
I have no desire to, and I wouldn't. Maybe if they paid me a ridiculously HIGH amount, then I'd force myself to be nice and get ahold of everyone, even the one's I'd like to never see again. Just for the money. Otherwise, no. I couldn't wait to graduate and get out of there. Didn't care much for my class and had more friends in the glass ahead of me and below me. The people I did like in my class, I see regularly or talk to, so no need for me to go to the reunion. I heard hardly anyone showed at the 5yr, LOL, I was among those who didn't respond at all!
Contributor: HarlequinBunnie HarlequinBunnie
I finished with that part of my life 20 years ago and I have no desire to revisit it now. I watched as my oldest daughter went through high school (the same one I attended) and found that nothing has changed. Her class mates parents (Booster Club) played the same games with back stabbing and rumors that they did back in high school. We move on and grow, I look back at the hell that was called high school and I am happy not to return. I don't care how much someone paid me, it would never be enough.
Contributor: Taylor Taylor
I don't even want to go to it let alone plan it. The only couple of people I would want to see probably wouldn't be going anyway. If it was up to me to plan it probably wouldn't happen lol
Contributor: mpfm mpfm
I've never gone back for a reunion. Come to think of it, last year was the 25th and I don't even remember getting any info on a reunion. Perhaps they quit trying. I heard earlier ones were not well attended.

I certainly have no desire to plan one even if there was money involved.
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