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Having Xmas/New Year dinner guests?

Post by Dreamweaver » 16 Dec 2017, 16:34

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Post by godfather » 16 Dec 2017, 23:55

DW, love it and how accurate is that!


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Post by Betty » 17 Dec 2017, 03:10

:roflmao: That's a good one.
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Re: Having Xmas/New Year dinner guests?

Post by Trishia » 17 Dec 2017, 13:58

This is one of the reasons we GO OUT TO EAT on Christmas day.
I got sick and tired of the rudeness of guests,[ mainly family,] criticising the food, and refusing to eat this or that.
Now there's just the 2 of us, going to a lovely restaurant near us, and totally relaxing with good food, and music by a lovely pianist. Everyone enjoys themselves.
OK it's a bit expensive, but well worth it.
My daughter has decided to do the same thing, as she works hard at her job all year, and is sick of the hangers on who never think to take a turn. :good_luck :happy-sunshine:

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Re: Having Xmas/New Year dinner guests?

Post by Perrorist » 17 Dec 2017, 17:58

:good_one

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