Oh and people who Half watch Crap Shows when my Interesting Shows are on other Channels. It's my house I shouldn't feel bad changing the channel, but I do.
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19-05-2012 21:41 #21
19-05-2012 21:44 #22
Nothing. I honestly can't think of anything. I'm fairly easy going and i don't know anyone who pees on the floor, overstays their welcome or eats from my fridge. Actually my best friend.does the last one but it doesn't bother me.
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19-05-2012 21:45 #23
As long as people are hygienic and courteous I'm pretty easy going, I do not like people turning up without warning though.
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19-05-2012 21:45 #24
I generally love having people over and at the moment it really suits as I have a bub. BUT, my pet peeve is when people outstay their welcome!! What would you consider a reasonable amount of time for either morning or afternoon tea??? I think 2 hours is plenty, possibly 3 at the absolute most if we have alot to catch up on??? Is this unrealistic??????? Ohhhhhhh, sorry for my vent...... Lol!
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19-05-2012 21:54 #27
People who don't take their shoes off!! I can just feel the crushed rocks in their shoes scratching my wooden floors.
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19-05-2012 21:54 #28
I hate people who bring drinks and then rearrange my fridge to fit them in.... Give them to me and I will put it in...
If you bring drinks don't Lear empty bottles/cans around...
If I am falling asleep in my chair-leave ( dh's best friend is exempt from this as is mine)
19-05-2012 21:54 #29-
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Not much, only when people drop in unannounced. That's more because I get so anxious when I hear a knock on the door, also more often than not we won't answer an unexpected knock.
Oh, and I once had a friend visit and take all the chocolate DF had bought me that afternoon, without asking. It was rude enough to go into my pantry, even more so for taking stuff without asking
19-05-2012 21:56 #30Senior Member
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Only thing I can think of is the shoes.
I ALWAYS take my shoes off at anyone's house, it's just common courtesy.
Our landlord popped in the other day and I'd not long mopped the bathroom. He was checking the broken spa and left mud all over the tiles, not impressed!
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