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Ineedtoknow594's avatar

What's the best way to handle a deadbeat houseguest?

Asked by Ineedtoknow594 (92points) September 6th, 2008
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gailcalled's avatar

How about giving us more details and specifics, please? The collective will be more helpful that way.

shadling21's avatar

Take away their privelges one by one till they leave on their own. Or is that cruel?

lovelyy's avatar

Tell him/her what’s bothering you, just be straight forward it is your home.

susanc's avatar

Yes. Tell them you’re glad they could be with you for (amount of time they’ve already been with you) and now it’s time to go. Tomorrow. Bye bye. No arguments, no explanations, no apologies. You’ve already been really nice. It’s their turn.

trudacia's avatar

Stop feeding them…

MarshallO's avatar

Murder them while they’re sleeping.

augustlan's avatar

Tell him it’s time he finds somewhere else to stay.

Snoopy's avatar

change the locks

Ineedtoknow594's avatar

I think the collective was very helpful. I was actually asking, What’s the best way to get rid of a deadbeat houseguest? I know the answer. I really wanted to hear other opinions.

Ineedtoknow594's avatar

And I did. Thanks!!!

JackAdams's avatar

This has already been mentioned (above), but I’ll echo the sentiment:

Assassination is always an option.

augustlan's avatar

Good for you! Bet you breathed a sigh of relief, huh?

Coopmini230's avatar

If they leave the house one day and if you didn’t give them a key, just change the garage code

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