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How do you politely tell someone they have overstayed their welcome?
For example, you had a party that ended at 2pm and it is now 5pm. After throwing a party, you just want some down time with no deep thought conversation involved.
Yawn, say you really enjoyed the day but you have a lot to do to get ready for work tomorrow and you're getting tired already, so you really need to call it a day and thanks so much for coming you look forward to doing it again sometime. It's not rude, it shows you are considering your guests and value their company, but that you have other considerations.
If someone is so rude and insensitive to know the social protocol of this situation, you can probably say whatever you like to them and they won't be offended. As for me, I'd say something tactful, like, "Sorry but you're gonna have to leave now unless you particularly want to watch my wife and I make passionate love on the rug by the fireplace..."
Should do the trick.
by Cristina6 months ago
When guys say the want to be left alone do they really mean it?I think a lot of girls are like me, when I say I don't want to talk to anybody, I usually do want to talk to someone. Is it different for men?
by greencha5 years ago
How would YOU respond to a stranger politely asking you for a date ,out of the blue?If a stranger approached you in the street/shop and politely asked you for a date would you ,get angry,,ignore ,call the...
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