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    This is worrying me - there's things that I do on this list! I always wipe my bench with the tea towel after I've wiped it over with the sponge (and then the tea towel goes in the wash), and I hate hate hate it when my ILs leave dirty cutlery next to my sink. Don't leave it on my nice new benchtop! Put them in the sink!

    The tea bags left on the sink drive me batty too - just put them in the bin!

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    One thing that annoys me is when visitors leave the front/back door open or let our cat out without checking first! She's strictly an indoor cat, and I always freak out when that happens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I get the jeebies when I see pubes on the bathroom floor
    My father stayed with us for a week, and left pubes ALLLLLLL over the bathroom. Yuck yuck yuck yuck....not something you really want to sit down and have a talk about with your own father either :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    Ewwwww thats really gross! Tell me she doesn't do this at your at your house?!

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    Yes, she was staying over. Really gross.

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    Male guests doing a poo in my toilet. Seriously hold on until you get home. And certainly dont stink up my bathroom then announce it to everyone yuck.

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    So is it ok for female guests to poo?

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    If I gotta poo, I gotta poo! I couldnt hold it till I got home!

    I understand about the smelly factor though. My OHs poos could knock out a small country for a couple of minutes

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    Maybe they announce as warning for next person who goes in? Gives them a heads up to wait a bit before going in so smell has chance to dissipate.

    sorry tmi, but after having 2 kids I can't hold much in for long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    People who stay for too long. Like when you're about to cook dinner etc.
    yes!

    I was struggling to think of anything and was thinking I have the most well behaved visitors on the forum. But this is definitely annoying, not so much the staying too long but the staying too late.

    Also, when they don't accept anything you offer them, drinks, nibbles. Especially if I've gone to effort. But that only happens with certain people, most people gobble away

    Oh and my mum moves things around when she's visiting! Drives me mental.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellewood View Post
    yes!

    Also, when they don't accept anything you offer them, drinks, nibbles. Especially if I've gone to effort. But that only happens with certain people, most people gobble away
    My MIL does this! Even brings her own bottle of water :/

    I nearly died the other day when for the first time in 3-4 years she accepted a cup if tea; even if she did ask to finish making it herself.

    But then my feelings were mixed because she left the teabag in the damn sink!!!!


 

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