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    Rude x 1000000

    They couldnt have waiting and grabbed something on the way home from the visit?

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    I really don't think I'd notice. I have pretty easygoing, casual relationships with my friends and family though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    Unbelievably rude. It reminds me of my brother turning up to Christmas with a special bottle of champagne which he proceeded to share only with his wife & my Dad. If its not for everyone, enjoy it on your own i.e. not in front of others. For me, adding a newborn bub to the mix just makes it MORE rude.
    Wow, that is very rude too! I wonder what makes people think this is okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I really don't think I'd notice. I have pretty easygoing, casual relationships with my friends and family though.
    Yeah, this is DP's attitude as well. I wish I could be more like this but I really do notice it.

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    Very rude, we have someone in the family who does that, it ****es me off more because the kids see it and want some and don't quite understand why they don't have some

    Feel like slapping them

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    I think that's incredibly rude even without a baby, let alone a newborn! My friends and family turned up with snacks, drinks etc. as well as little meals to freeze, food for the older boys and a 'basic' shop (milk, bread etc). Oh and they ended up staying into dinner time so went and bought all of us takeaway.

    I'd do the same for someone with a new bub.

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    Yes very rude IMO. If we are heading to someones house and are starving we will ring and see if they want something. If they do, we get what they want too. If they don't we'll get something and scoff it down before we get there so we still aren't eating in front of them.

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    Depends how comfortable the relationship is. If my sister did it, I wouldnt consider it rude, she was hungry on her way from work. We have a very low-key casual relationship, it wouldnt bother me in the slightest.

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    Very rude!! The last few weeks we have dropping in to bil's after getting take away, we ring them to ask if they want anything (normally no) but we still make sure to get an extra serve of spring rolls to share!

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    Yep rude!!

    They could have eaten in the friggin car before they came over!


 

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