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How much notice should visitors give of visit?

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Woolfey Fri 25-Jan-13 11:50:18

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

OrangeLily Fri 25-Jan-13 13:31:46

My parents and parents in law could call the same day for a day visit. For overnight not a chuffing chance!!

They would also accept when I say no too. It's the height of rudeness just to turn up.

I'm quite a private person but have invited guests round a lot. My mum always seems to overstep lines. Like doing weird things like only using our ensuite when we have other bathrooms. MIL doesn't even go in to that part of the house without being taken there so she's not as bad!

MrsHoarder Fri 25-Jan-13 13:41:00

For close friends and family, enough notice to hide the clutter under my bed tidy and clean would be nice, as long as they were asking. I know that this is what my DM usually gets too glosses over the night my friends let me down at 2am and I went there. DM was somewhat surprised when I came down for breakfast in the morning

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