Our expert says:
Remember my old line, about the kid who defined Family, as being people who come to dinner who aren't friends of yours ? That's your story to a T ! Yes, they were being rude and thoughtless. Like Buzz, I always think it's polite for any host.ess to ask guests beforehand if there are things they really don't like to eat, just to be sure. ( Mind you, I find these days that when I'm invited to a formal / business dinner and they ask the same questions, they always ignore the answers, and I'm inevitably fed exactly what I said I didn't want. ) I'd have thought that if your dad has any significant food dislikes, you'd probably know that, anyway, so I wonder what evidence her concern was based upon ?
Anyhow, though we won't be coming round to dinner --- Happy Birthday for Sunday !
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