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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22-05-2012 16:07 #161has left the building
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22-05-2012 16:09 #162
People who put their handbag on my bench or dining table.
Do you have any idea how dirty the bottom of your handbag is?!
22-05-2012 16:52 #163
22-05-2012 16:56 #164
lol @ the handbag, my mum always does that and it drives my sister wild!
22-05-2012 17:05 #165
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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22-05-2012 17:23 #166
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.
22-05-2012 17:25 #167
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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22-05-2012 17:39 #168
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?
22-05-2012 17:49 #169
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22-05-2012 17:50 #170
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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