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    People who come over and expect you to babysit their kids while they relax. One person in particular has a few times dropped his kid off with me in the lounge room and then gone outside to hang out with DH while i watch the kids. Now i wouldn't mind but i'm never actually asked, it is just assumed it is okay.

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    People who put their handbag on my bench or dining table.

    Do you have any idea how dirty the bottom of your handbag is?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    People who put their handbag on my bench or dining table.

    Do you have any idea how dirty the bottom of your handbag is?!
    Oh yes! My mum is notorious for this. She leaves it on my dining table, kitchen bench, even my couch. It irritates me!

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    lol @ the handbag, my mum always does that and it drives my sister wild!

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    I hate when people change their children's nappies on the dining table. This has happened to me twice for some reason, both different people.

    Both times I have offered up an alternative change space (this was back when I owned a change table), but they said something along the lines of "oh it's okay, I'll just do it here!" Um, or you could not?!

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    What's with the handbag thing?? I would rather them on the bench up high where kids can't get to them - poison risk freaks me out.

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    Nappy changes on the dining table that's just wrong.

    I'm a bag on tables/benches offender though *gazes at handbag on dining table* oops...

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    I am shocked that people take any kind of pet visiting. I did take my dog to DH's once when we were going out and I took her to the beach on a date with a previous guy.. but I didn't expect him to let me have her in his house.

    Why would someone do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I hate when people change their children's nappies on the dining table. This has happened to me twice for some reason, both different people.

    Both times I have offered up an alternative change space (this was back when I owned a change table), but they said something along the lines of "oh it's okay, I'll just do it here!" Um, or you could not?!
    I would, without hesitation, kick someone out of my house if they tried to do that! I've never had any problems with visitors, I love having people over.

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    Parents who do not try and help when their kids are hitting, pinching, kicking, throwing things. I have a friend whose son is really awful towards my daughter, I always used to sit back and let my friend deal with it, but in the end, I decided I needed to stick up for my daughter and told him to stop hitting. My friend said that it would be better for him to hear it from me.


 

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