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To expect some help from the people who sold me the house

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Trodden Wed 19-Oct-11 21:30:46

I'm a single chap who recently bought his first house. I have asked the people who sold the house to me for some help with things like how to set the heating. At first they were very helpful, but now they seem to be a little 'off' with me. I need to ring them again to ask where the key for the oil tank is, but i'm a little worried about it. AIBU?

cjbartlett Wed 19-Oct-11 21:32:51

Perhaps you've asked them too much?

Kayano Wed 19-Oct-11 21:33:23

Bwahahahaha grin

cjbartlett Wed 19-Oct-11 21:33:32

How did you find mumsnet incidentally? Do you work in childcare?

awww ask your mum to ring, it's a bit much to have to do it yourself

MrsDreadfullyMorbidMausoleum Wed 19-Oct-11 21:34:15

Oh Trodden, have you been using them as an alternative to google?

Sure that you haven't been getting other family members to ask questions too?

Hulababy Wed 19-Oct-11 21:34:19

Getting your mum to turn up at their new house asking for them to come and see to stuff there and then is probably not a good idea!

gordyslovesheep Wed 19-Oct-11 21:34:35

No - when you buy a house you are effetively buying the services of ALL previous owner for eternity - do they not come round and mow the lawn, clean the carpets etc - contact injury lawyers for you or some such - they sound awful

and have one of these

Toobluntforboss Wed 19-Oct-11 21:34:38

I would vote for your mum to ring also grin

and while she's at it get her to tuck you in and read you a bedtime story. When she's got the house all toasty warm and nice and clean for you, obviously

BoastingByStealth Wed 19-Oct-11 21:35:04

grin

maras2 Wed 19-Oct-11 21:35:18

Trip trap

and she can tell them they are MEAN and should be NICE to you.

HowToLookGoodGlaikit Wed 19-Oct-11 21:36:01

Was there ever an update on the original thread?

Boasting (not sure who you are btw...) hope people don't think you're me shock

slightlymad72 Wed 19-Oct-11 21:36:23

grin

thanks for that, a crap day has ended on a high

StetsonsAreCool Wed 19-Oct-11 21:38:25

grin

What's happened to the original OP? Have you chained her to the boiler until she accepts that she's been put on this earth to help you until the end of time?

OtterBjitch Wed 19-Oct-11 21:38:42

Try not to take it to heart, everyone can have an 'off' day at times, it's probably not about you.

Give them a chance to relax of an evening - don't ring too early. I suggest after 10pm.

HTH

zingzillachinchilla Wed 19-Oct-11 21:38:50

I was wondering if he'd been back in touch with the original OP. Too funny.

Trodden Wed 19-Oct-11 21:40:48

Sorry - I just loved the original

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/am_i_being_unreasonable/1320448-to-think-that-houses-do-not-come-with-an-after-sales-service

thought that it was really funny, so had to. I'm a proud dad to a 5 month old, and was looking on MN for ways to help him get over his first cold.

Kayano Wed 19-Oct-11 21:42:29

Trodden in my new favourite poster grin

OtterBjitch Wed 19-Oct-11 21:43:39

Very funny. grin

And I hope your DC gets over their cold soon. Don't listen to anyone who tells you to suck the snot out

BimboNo5 Wed 19-Oct-11 21:44:38

PMSL

KittyFane Wed 19-Oct-11 21:47:22

grin grin grin

Ooh, I doubt you need to call her, just read the information she left you. and clean your kitchen

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