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    Default **spin off** do you store food/staples for visitors that you don't consume yourself..

    Tea bags! We often buy biscuits for guests and end up naughtily eating them ourselves

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    Default **spin off** do you store food/staples for visitors that you don't consume yourself..

    I keep tea bags for when other people want tea in my house. I don't like tea but my BIL and grandparents like to drink it.

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    Default *spin off** do you store food/staples for visitors that you don't consume yourself..

    Nope. Not a thing.

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    Default **spin off** do you store food/staples for visitors that you don't consume yourself..

    We keep tea bags, and Usually juice and frozen yoghurt icy poles for kids that visit. Other than that, nope, but we don't really get visitors.

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    I have to hunting for the sugar, the tea-bags, the coffee and the kettle whenever guests come over. We just never use those things.

    We don't have enough guests to warrant anything else though, I don't like people visiting.

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    Default Re: **spin off** do you store food/staples for visitors that you don't consume

    We have a huge jar of coffee that DP's mum gave us just so that they could have coffee if they visited.

    That's it though. We don't have enough space to be keeping things around just in case. If they don't like what we have on offer they can go without.

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    I take the toiletries from hotels home and put them in the spare room when guests stay over night...I think it's cute

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    I generally keep some UHT soy milk for my sister or my mum, but that's it. I don't have the cash to buy 'just in case' items very often, and they're the only ones that visit that have dietary requirements that are harder to work with.

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    Soy milk even tho none of us drink it- just for when people come who don't/can't drink milk.

    i also keep a few baby items handy incase people need them although I have babies at the moment anyway, but used to have a rocker, a few nappies and outfits in various sizes etc.


 

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