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to think you should turn up if you say you're coming over at 9.45am on a Sunday?

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homewoes Sun 28-Jun-15 10:45:17

I would rather not have had to set my alarm for 9.30 this morning (no, I don't have DC). And I've now been waiting an hour. I know as soon as I get in the shower they'll turn up. So I've wasted an hour, and I have lots to do today!

Do I just stop waiting?

Bloody rude.

TheHouseOnBellSt Sun 28-Jun-15 10:46:26

Stop waiting and do your own thing. So rude of them!

sweetgrape Sun 28-Jun-15 10:46:48

Who's coming?

Totality22 Sun 28-Jun-15 10:46:51

Ring / text for an ETA and if they don't reply within 15 minutes send another text and tell them you have gone out.

homewoes Sun 28-Jun-15 10:46:57

I should have said they're just picking something up, hence not needing to shower and dress before!

Totality22 Sun 28-Jun-15 10:49:37

Is it something they have bought from you?

homewoes Sun 28-Jun-15 11:03:47

Money for a job they did for me

Given up waiting now

Icimoi Sun 28-Jun-15 11:32:13

Tell them you're going over to them with the money at 6.30 a.m. tomorrow. And turn up at 7.

TheReluctantCountess Sun 28-Jun-15 11:33:46

Maybe something has happened to them.

If not, they are either forgetful or plain rude.

Trills Sun 28-Jun-15 11:37:17

Very annoying.

RachelRagged Sun 28-Jun-15 14:16:57


I make a point NOT to visit people on a Sunday . . I guess it goes back to childhood when it was more of a everybody indoors with family kind of thing . I am going back to the 70s .

Unless something awful has happened then it is rude , and not on

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