Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Your Turn

If someone comes to visit you from out of town, by what day are you ready for them to leave?

32 comments:

roxy said...

Depends on who it is.

sandybrook said...

No more than 7 days.

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

My cousin, the terrorist, came to Atlanta to visit for a few days. I had him sleep on the blow up mattress.

IceCreamIsNice said...

Definitely by day 2, first thing in the morning.

Truthseeker said...

What day did they get here? LOL, I do not like chaos,and guests cause chaos with the dogs and cats. My son and his kids, they recently stayed for a year, but even them, i am ready for them to go home now after 3-4 days.

Moose said...

I spit some soda on my screen, Candy. Thanks for the laugh.

Alexandria Anna said...

Even if it's Ayy from Space, they can stay as long as they want lmao. I'm always bored, I like having company for goofing around.

Victoria said...

Day 2 if they're a slob. Longer if they are neat and respectful.

Boo Hearne said...

I don't have this problem. I never invite anyone to stay over. No hurt feelings that way.

just sayin' said...

my grown kids are the only people who visit and i wish they'd stay forever! (none of them have kids yet, so that could change, lol.)

Krab said...

Ten minutes or so

B626 said...

Weekend off-yeah
I’m working- Get Out

Count Jerkula said...

Tough to say. We talking a broad coming for sex and fun, a buddy coming to go out and drink or a relative in for a holiday?

Relative - over night.
Friend - weekend
Broad - week

Alexandria Anna said...

Count lmao 😂😂😂

Lea said...

They'd be lucky to get through the door.

David Howes said...

When relatives come to visit us in Las Vegas, I will ask about their sleeping arrangements.

If they hesitate, I offer to put them up at a local resort/hotel -- usually the Southe Pointe or JW Marriott which are near our home.

(Clients can find their own overnight stay location.)

But even then, 3 days is about all I can stand before needing them to relocate back to their homes!

George Burns once said: "I love having a close family -- that lives 3,000 miles away!"

Dog Mom said...

Arrive on afternoon of day1. Play Night of Day 1 and all of day 2. Please leave after breakfast on day three!

Sarah Linney said...

That day.

aanjheni said...

30 minutes, tops

John Doe said...

I don't like having people in my house. To me, my home is a sacred space meant for me and my immediate family. I'll have guest over for dinner now and then but that's it.

I've helped out an old buddy who was seriously down on his luck years ago. He slept on my couch for months. No problems. But he was somebody who I knew very, very well and trusted, and who had helped me out a lot in the past. I don't think that I would do that now though. The world is a different place.For what's going on now, I don't trust any stranger around my kids.

Glue said...

I'm w/ you John Doe. My home is my sanctuary.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

My answer is somewhere between John Doe's and Roxy's. 🖤

"Get awf mah lawn!" 🙎🏻

I am AMAZED at how comfortable some people are having strangers enter their homes, sometimes as a guest I find myself more uncomfortable than the host.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

*adds shaky fist to the "get off my lawn" because it makes me feel like Clint Eastwood for some reason* ✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼

Heidi Haaland said...

No horror stories. I like having people around. I think.

Heidi Haaland said...

Why do people keep talking about not liking to have stranger in their homes? Is this an AirBnB questions?

Katherine Manley said...
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HudsonJoe said...

Ben Franklin put it best house guests are like fish. They both begin to stink after 3 days.

Sd Auntie said...

I like the company but they have to be clean and neat....

monteverde said...

Good friend, cousins, siblings - 5-7 days

Not so good friend - weekend

My mother - 5 minutes

Anonymouse said...

I have a 3 solid day limit for people I love and enjoy the company of. There are maybe 4-5 people on this planet where that can be extended to 10 days, but I will still need a few hours to myself.

2 solid days for other members of my family, except the insane ones. Those ones I have a 6 hour threshold for, max. My dad's sisters, especially how they behave as houseguests, are not invited, period.

Misty said...

Nope. My space is my own.

Zophie Enzo said...

I'm not big on having anyone stay with me. I don't have a big apartment for one, but I also just like my personal space. I'll let friends stay over if they need a place to crash, but if anyone is staying longer than a night it has to be a guy I'm reallly into. And even then I need space. I've always sort of had personal boundary requirements. Don't like crowds either.

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