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20-05-2012 23:39 #61
20-05-2012 23:44 #62Senior Member
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I hate those stupid air freshener things that squirt out every five minutes. I just want fresh air. Yuck.
Dogs that won't leave you alone. I'm happy to say hello , then go away!
Dirty toilets. Grose.
People that don't offer you a drink.
People that make you feel as though you are making their place dirty just by being there.
Really cold houses. Hate it.
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21-05-2012 00:23 #63Member
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Wow so many issues with dogs, yep mine is an inside dog, she's about the size of a jack Russell and is washed at least once a week, I also hate her hair on the floor or furniture so it gets vacuumed all the time but she's not allowed on furniture when guests are over and has to sit in her bed. I do dislike larger slobbery dogs that won't go away so I guess I do understand! One friend has one that is always filthy and wet/muddy in his bed when we go over and there's all bits of sticks ect that the dog has brought in, Disgusting!
Other than that I hate unclean bathrooms/toilets and kitchens or unclean floors... Seriously takes two seconds!
21-05-2012 00:34 #64
21-05-2012 01:19 #65
Used Sanitary Pads/tampons laying in an open bin in the bathroom.
And dirty undies with a used panty liner still attached to it.. Sunny side up..
Do do not need nor want to see that.
It's plain disgusting.
(a family member is a repeat offender for this.)
21-05-2012 01:31 #66
21-05-2012 07:32 #67
Oh can i come to some dog friendly houses?? I miss having a dog and love visiting houses where there is an animal i can cuddle!!
I absoloutly DETEST getting served a cold drink in a mug. It freaks me out and it makes me feel poor. Sorry i know some people maybe just havent done dishes but yeh id rather go without.
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21-05-2012 08:57 #68
I'm so glad you people are welcoming enough to make your guests who may have phobias sit outside. Charming.
I have friends I don't visit at home because of them not respecting that I'm very intimidated and uncomfortable around dogs. I understand they love their dog/s and that's cool, but don't be annoyed or put out when it prevents me from visiting.
When I have guests I try to make them as comfortable as possible, be that getting age appropriate toys for their kids out, offering drink and/or food, ensuring there's nothing dangerous for their kids around.
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21-05-2012 09:03 #69
I don't like when there is no soap to wash my hands with after the toilet
21-05-2012 09:06 #70
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