How much effort do you put in when people come to stay with you?

Me: Tidy the place up, blow up some airbeds.
TV: So much effort that it makes the lead up to the event a traumatic experience where you feel like when the guests are actually there that you’re more in recovery than anything else.

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way too much. ungrateful shits.

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Mindless destruction. Would be better if you inflated them imo

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I drink more so that I can piss off my skids

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Tidy the place so it is much cleaner than normal. Buy in nice breakfast stuff.

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Oh that’s a good shout, I should do that. At the very least get some milk to make tea with.

^this

(I have made @japes, @thewarn and @sadpunk nice breakfasts)

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My experiences are similar to those of the OP.

She gets special guest towels out and leaves little bottles of products on their pillows, plus insists on a deep clean.

I light loads of incense and buy loads of beer. And cereal, if it’s a certain couple.

Poor sapdunk

Now that is too far! Not a hotel!

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This! We had people to stay over a couple of weeks ago. It apparently necessitated a whole day’s deep clean beforehand. You could have carried out surgical procedures in our place that weekend, it was that sterile.

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i’ll put trousers on

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Run a hoover round, make sure we’ve got some decent bread and eggs in, maybe some juice. Remove any faeces from the carpets and walls. The usual

Not a top though?

We’re all living a mutual lie of tidy houses. Everyone’s house is only ever tidied for visitors so we can all pretend we don’t live in mild squalor 90% of the time.

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unless it’s the queen or something

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quite a lot, i absolutely love cooking guests a full english

I’m glad I’m not alone

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depending on who it is, i would arrange fun activities for their stay:

ie, my mum: go down Crystal Palace, have a look at the retro furniture shops

bike wankers: nice bike ride, pubs, drinking all the weird booze in the house

Is sadpunk OK? I’ve not been around for a while.

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