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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    Or retreat to the shower with a glass of wine or 6
    Now that sounds like a great Friday night..

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    they are still here :-( how do you get ppl to leave?? im seriously stuffed. washed up etc all by myself.. hubby normally helps me but he's out of action cos of his surgery. had 2 out of the 3 kids literally have ferral meltdowns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    they are still here :-( how do you get ppl to leave?? im seriously stuffed. washed up etc all by myself.. hubby normally helps me but he's out of action cos of his surgery. had 2 out of the 3 kids literally have ferral meltdowns...
    Excuse yourself and go to bed! It's been a long week for you, surely they can't expect you to stay up and entertain!

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    I would just ask them to please get on their merry way, it's too much on you. If that doesn't work, farting may..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    Excuse yourself and go to bed! It's been a long week for you, surely they can't expect you to stay up and entertain!
    This!

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    Go put your jammies on, that's a pretty big hint.

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    Just announce that you are really sorry but you are exhausted and need to go bed.

    Turn the lights off.

    Shout it lights out time and the next one caught taking will be doing the dishes for a week.

    Flick the light off and on and say last drinks gents.

    Start yawning and start just randomly saying good night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Go put your jammies on, that's a pretty big hint.
    Yeah I'd do this. Far more mature than my suggestion. I blame my wine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Go put your jammies on, that's a pretty big hint.
    I've done that before. I hope they're gone by now.

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    yippee! they are all gone now. I went out to the lounge and said loudly that I am tired and want to go to bed.. and then start talking about how buggered I really am... they all get up. woohoo. now off to bed to knock myself out!

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