Unpleasant Company.....
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08 Jan 21 10:50 pm
QUESTION: "What Do You Do Or Say When Someone Unpleasant Drops-By And Visits You At Home?

Or Maybe You Suddenly See Them Online?"



Share below if You wish.....
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10 Jan 21 6:40 pm
Hide in my room or garage. Either that or I go for a skate because the skate park is a 30min walk away. Fortunately that doesn't happen often. We have two kids who are like family. They're good kids and have good taste, problem is they don't talk to you they talk AT you. Otherwise they're snobbing you off by focusing on their ipads. LOL
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11 Jan 21 11:28 am
In the past I would suffer their visit. But as I get older I tend to just tell them I'm not up for visitors 🐀
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11 Jan 21 6:35 pm
Christmas day wed invite our neighbour over for lunch. Don't know why, she's a die -hard athiest fundamentalist. LOL Anyway, she's a nice enough person but very 'Bogany'. She'll often say something either racist, sexist or maybe heterosexist. My sister can't stand it (and has been deeply offended before) so she leaves to do something inside the house. I just manage to block it out but if it gets too much I do the same. LOL
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15 Jan 21 12:41 pm
Typically I just suffer through the visit or try to find an excuse to leave so the person has to leave. Then come back home 10 minutes later (We live on a backroad in the country no one would notice) lol
On Christmas day I had to suffer through a visit with my mother-in-law's new boyfriend. I gave the guy a fair chance, I just don't like him. I made the mistake of asking her if he ever gets on her nerves.. I haven't heard from her since. oops. lol
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15 Jan 21 10:30 pm
OccasionalDemons wrote:
Typically I just suffer through the visit or try to find an excuse to leave so the person has to leave. Then come back home 10 minutes later (We live on a backroad in the country no one would notice) lol
On Christmas day I had to suffer through a visit with my mother-in-law's new boyfriend. I gave the guy a fair chance, I just don't like him. I made the mistake of asking her if he ever gets on her nerves.. I haven't heard from her since. oops. lol



LOL Sounds like you did the right thing! At least you gave him he benefit of the doubt. Dare I as, what was it about him you didn't like?
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15 Jan 21 10:31 pm
Not sure which movie it was but there's an Adam Sandler film where he introduces someone to his friend and his friend looks at that person and simply says "I don't like her" then walks away. I've always wanted to do that!
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19 Jan 21 4:49 pm
Anyone unexpected at the front door is unpleasant. Anxiety is like “woah, well as you have not given a pre warning to me I will be a complete idiot and make this an awkward experience”.

The other day my wife asked me why I was so rude to the neighbour when legit I thought I was being nice and normal.
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19 Jan 21 4:52 pm
Karl wrote:
Christmas day wed invite our neighbour over for lunch. Don't know why, she's a die -hard athiest fundamentalist. LOL Anyway, she's a nice enough person but very 'Bogany'. She'll often say something either racist, sexist or maybe heterosexist. My sister can't stand it (and has been deeply offended before) so she leaves to do something inside the house. I just manage to block it out but if it gets too much I do the same. LOL



That must be so frustrating to sit through. Would you get away with telling her off in a jokey way but not jokey if you get what I mean?
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19 Jan 21 6:38 pm
Want_Disease wrote:
Karl wrote:
Christmas day wed invite our neighbour over for lunch. Don't know why, she's a die -hard athiest fundamentalist. LOL Anyway, she's a nice enough person but very 'Bogany'. She'll often say something either racist, sexist or maybe heterosexist. My sister can't stand it (and has been deeply offended before) so she leaves to do something inside the house. I just manage to block it out but if it gets too much I do the same. LOL



That must be so frustrating to sit through. Would you get away with telling her off in a jokey way but not jokey if you get what I mean?



He, he, he! I like the way you think! Yeah, I kinda' do that sometimes. Twice she had asked "why aren't you married with kids?" I respond with "because of many years of negative experiences with relationships and dating causing deep psychological scarring leaving me to be fucked up for life." She just gasped in horror then quickly changed the subject. It was funny AND true! : - )
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23 Jan 21 10:53 am
Omg. I'm legit moving this year and not giving out my new address for this very reason. My mother is a repeat offender