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Do you always welcome guests to your house with open arms?


Should guests (distant relatives or friends) turn up unexpectedly at your house for an extended stay (lets say a fortnight or a month), would be a welcoming host? Or would you try a few tricks to drive them away?

 

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    H C Palting (Express10) 5 years ago

    I completely agree. It's inconvenient when you're not in the mood, not expecting, and did not invite them.

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    silverstararrow 5 years ago

    That is exactly how I feel as well. It would save everyone a lot of hassle if the guests knew for themselves whether they were welcome or not. :)

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