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Old Jan 9th 2012, 5:47 am
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles View Post
Visitors schmisitors, who needs them, eh? Believe me, after they'e been here for four hours you'll be wishing they were gone already.

You'll just spend weeks and weeks in a blind panic preparing, cleaning, shining, polishing, gardening, buying new bedding, towels etc for the comfort of your guests before they arrive. You spending a small fortune and maybe going as far as needing new beds, some decorating or maybe new bedroom curtains.

You use all you annual leave to take them out and show them places that you've been to before and honestly couldn't care less if you never saw again.

It all costs you an arm and a leg, paying for meals out which you wouldn't usually have. Then there's all the stops for coffee, tea and looking for loos.

You have to cook for them and entertain them from the crack of dawn until bedtime; keeping them occupied on the rain days, cleaning up after and run around like the flipping maid at their beck and call.

They use all your hot water; eat you out of house and home and complain about the food every time you eat out - there's too much BBQ sauce / garlic/ olive oil in everything.

You have to cater for all their ails, special diets / diabetic requirements, provide toiletries and all their other special little lotions / potions / pills and things they like, which they assumed you would have here.

They'll be cold or won't have brought the right clothes for wet weather and you end up shopping for days for some random article; be it hats, shoes, umbrellas so that they can leave the house because they 'never thought'.

It's a slippery slope, you keep them in a style that they become accustomed to and once they've been they can't understand why they never came before and will keep coming back for longer periods of time.

They now think your life is one long holiday and BBQ session and get bizarre ideas that you live like this all the time and no wonder you came here for such a lovely relaxed lifestyle; sitting out on the deck quaffing vast breakfasts of bacon and eggs, providing leisurely three course meals three times a day, with wine, beers and desserts at every meal and then they tell all their friends and they want to come too.

Your pets will long since have abandoned all hope and left home, cowering and hiding until the noisy deaf old folks have gone. They'll drive you bonkers, asking generally stupid questions / behaving like children / getting lost / losing money, cameras etc / not knowing where they are or where they've just been / being nosey / treating you like a child or annoying your spouse or partner to distraction. You will inevitably get cross with them and will be counting the days until they're safely returned to the airport.

They want all their washing and ironing done before they leave; then comes the day you leave them at the airport, you feel sick all day, guilty for not treating them better or appreciating the short time they had here, you'll be bawling your eyes out like a big sook all the way home and be awake for 24 hours until you've heard they arrived home safely.

Then to top it off you'll be back on the rollercoaster.... world turned upside down, upset, moping about not knowing what to do with yourself and homesick for days and weeks afterwards.
Thanks bo-jangles, 100% correct for my inlaws and they actually live in nz. When my mother was here she washed dishes, clothes, cleaned all my windows, pulled out the weeds, paid for takeaways, looked after the kids every second night and picked them up from kindy/school, made their lunches, played with them, told them off, bought them toys and icecreams, bought us a new clothes dryer, gave me $400 for petrol, paid for 2 flights for me and her to go to sydney for 2 nights and the hotel, bought me some new clothes in sydney, paid for us all to go to Rotorua, paid for the shows and dinner down there and then when we said goodbye at the airport she sliped $500 into my pocket. What a woman and it was all from hard earned saving for the holiday as she doesnt really have any cash to be flashing around normally. Oh my god, its just become obvious why I miss her
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles View Post
Visitors schmisitors, who needs them, eh? Believe me, after they'e been here for four hours you'll be wishing they were gone already.

You'll just spend weeks and weeks in a blind panic preparing, cleaning, shining, polishing, gardening, buying new bedding, towels etc for the comfort of your guests before they arrive. You spending a small fortune and maybe going as far as needing new beds, some decorating or maybe new bedroom curtains.

You use all you annual leave to take them out and show them places that you've been to before and honestly couldn't care less if you never saw again.

It all costs you an arm and a leg, paying for meals out which you wouldn't usually have. Then there's all the stops for coffee, tea and looking for loos.

You have to cook for them and entertain them from the crack of dawn until bedtime; keeping them occupied on the rain days, cleaning up after and run around like the flipping maid at their beck and call.

They use all your hot water; eat you out of house and home and complain about the food every time you eat out - there's too much BBQ sauce / garlic/ olive oil in everything.

You have to cater for all their ails, special diets / diabetic requirements, provide toiletries and all their other special little lotions / potions / pills and things they like, which they assumed you would have here.

They'll be cold or won't have brought the right clothes for wet weather and you end up shopping for days for some random article; be it hats, shoes, umbrellas so that they can leave the house because they 'never thought'.

It's a slippery slope, you keep them in a style that they become accustomed to and once they've been they can't understand why they never came before and will keep coming back for longer periods of time.

They now think your life is one long holiday and BBQ session and get bizarre ideas that you live like this all the time and no wonder you came here for such a lovely relaxed lifestyle; sitting out on the deck quaffing vast breakfasts of bacon and eggs, providing leisurely three course meals three times a day, with wine, beers and desserts at every meal and then they tell all their friends and they want to come too.

Your pets will long since have abandoned all hope and left home, cowering and hiding until the noisy deaf old folks have gone. They'll drive you bonkers, asking generally stupid questions / behaving like children / getting lost / losing money, cameras etc / not knowing where they are or where they've just been / being nosey / treating you like a child or annoying your spouse or partner to distraction. You will inevitably get cross with them and will be counting the days until they're safely returned to the airport.

They want all their washing and ironing done before they leave; then comes the day you leave them at the airport, you feel sick all day, guilty for not treating them better or appreciating the short time they had here, you'll be bawling your eyes out like a big sook all the way home and be awake for 24 hours until you've heard they arrived home safely.

Then to top it off you'll be back on the rollercoaster.... world turned upside down, upset, moping about not knowing what to do with yourself and homesick for days and weeks afterwards.
I agree with every single word, well wrote. I hate when you can't go to bed until they go to bed because they'd die if they had to learn how to turn the tv off, and they stay up till 1:30 watching wwII documentary on the nazi dogs. And also how you have to fill the toilet with bog roll before going, or even plucking up the courage to go at all.
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Originally Posted by Bonesyhead View Post
I agree with every single word, well wrote. I hate when you can't go to bed until they go to bed because they'd die if they had to learn how to turn the tv off, and they stay up till 1:30 watching wwII documentary on the nazi dogs. And also how you have to fill the toilet with bog roll before going, or even plucking up the courage to go at all.
how about the ''friendly'' people you met who came and stayed a few times and of course you rolled out the red carpet, three course meals, trips and tours around the countryside, fine wine etc. then you did not hear from them for a year then you got frantic messages on your telephone saying ''we lost your email address'' (probably deleted) ''we're in town on this date'' blabla! what would you do?!
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles View Post
Visitors schmisitors, who needs them, eh? Believe me, after they'e been here for four hours you'll be wishing they were gone already.

You'll just spend weeks and weeks in a blind panic preparing, cleaning, shining, polishing, gardening, buying new bedding, towels etc for the comfort of your guests before they arrive. You spending a small fortune and maybe going as far as needing new beds, some decorating or maybe new bedroom curtains.

You use all you annual leave to take them out and show them places that you've been to before and honestly couldn't care less if you never saw again.

It all costs you an arm and a leg, paying for meals out which you wouldn't usually have. Then there's all the stops for coffee, tea and looking for loos.

You have to cook for them and entertain them from the crack of dawn until bedtime; keeping them occupied on the rain days, cleaning up after and run around like the flipping maid at their beck and call.

They use all your hot water; eat you out of house and home and complain about the food every time you eat out - there's too much BBQ sauce / garlic/ olive oil in everything.

You have to cater for all their ails, special diets / diabetic requirements, provide toiletries and all their other special little lotions / potions / pills and things they like, which they assumed you would have here.

They'll be cold or won't have brought the right clothes for wet weather and you end up shopping for days for some random article; be it hats, shoes, umbrellas so that they can leave the house because they 'never thought'.

It's a slippery slope, you keep them in a style that they become accustomed to and once they've been they can't understand why they never came before and will keep coming back for longer periods of time.

They now think your life is one long holiday and BBQ session and get bizarre ideas that you live like this all the time and no wonder you came here for such a lovely relaxed lifestyle; sitting out on the deck quaffing vast breakfasts of bacon and eggs, providing leisurely three course meals three times a day, with wine, beers and desserts at every meal and then they tell all their friends and they want to come too.

Your pets will long since have abandoned all hope and left home, cowering and hiding until the noisy deaf old folks have gone. They'll drive you bonkers, asking generally stupid questions / behaving like children / getting lost / losing money, cameras etc / not knowing where they are or where they've just been / being nosey / treating you like a child or annoying your spouse or partner to distraction. You will inevitably get cross with them and will be counting the days until they're safely returned to the airport.

They want all their washing and ironing done before they leave; then comes the day you leave them at the airport, you feel sick all day, guilty for not treating them better or appreciating the short time they had here, you'll be bawling your eyes out like a big sook all the way home and be awake for 24 hours until you've heard they arrived home safely.

Then to top it off you'll be back on the rollercoaster.... world turned upside down, upset, moping about not knowing what to do with yourself and homesick for days and weeks afterwards.
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Originally Posted by Stormer999 View Post
BJ that is magic
This is praise from a man that puts a sign on the front door over the Xmas break saying......."Go Away"........
A post of the year 2012 contender. Can we remember long enough?
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how about the ''friendly'' people you met who came and stayed a few times and of course you rolled out the red carpet, three course meals, trips and tours around the countryside, fine wine etc. then you did not hear from them for a year then you got frantic messages on your telephone saying ''we lost your email address'' (probably deleted) ''we're in town on this date'' blabla! what would you do?!

Tell them you've got other visitors arriving / swine flu / bubonic plague or that you're going to Fiji that day.
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A post of the year 2012 contender. Can we remember long enough?
Actually the sign says "Sod off" but I was trying to be politically correct...
Got you down as post of 2012 already just got to get the mods up to speed a bit earlier this year. (Think Bevs could do with an early start at getting the poll voting right...)
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how about the ''friendly'' people you met who came and stayed a few times and of course you rolled out the red carpet, three course meals, trips and tours around the countryside, fine wine etc. then you did not hear from them for a year then you got frantic messages on your telephone saying ''we lost your email address'' (probably deleted) ''we're in town on this date'' blabla! what would you do?!
I know exactly what I'd tell them to do but can't use that sort of language on here!
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles View Post
Visitors schmisitors, who needs them, eh? Believe me, after they'e been here for four hours you'll be wishing they were gone already.

You'll just spend weeks and weeks in a blind panic preparing, cleaning, shining, polishing, gardening, buying new bedding, towels etc for the comfort of your guests before they arrive. You spending a small fortune and maybe going as far as needing new beds, some decorating or maybe new bedroom curtains.

You use all you annual leave to take them out and show them places that you've been to before and honestly couldn't care less if you never saw again.

It all costs you an arm and a leg, paying for meals out which you wouldn't usually have. Then there's all the stops for coffee, tea and looking for loos.

You have to cook for them and entertain them from the crack of dawn until bedtime; keeping them occupied on the rain days, cleaning up after and run around like the flipping maid at their beck and call.

They use all your hot water; eat you out of house and home and complain about the food every time you eat out - there's too much BBQ sauce / garlic/ olive oil in everything.

You have to cater for all their ails, special diets / diabetic requirements, provide toiletries and all their other special little lotions / potions / pills and things they like, which they assumed you would have here.

They'll be cold or won't have brought the right clothes for wet weather and you end up shopping for days for some random article; be it hats, shoes, umbrellas so that they can leave the house because they 'never thought'.

It's a slippery slope, you keep them in a style that they become accustomed to and once they've been they can't understand why they never came before and will keep coming back for longer periods of time.

They now think your life is one long holiday and BBQ session and get bizarre ideas that you live like this all the time and no wonder you came here for such a lovely relaxed lifestyle; sitting out on the deck quaffing vast breakfasts of bacon and eggs, providing leisurely three course meals three times a day, with wine, beers and desserts at every meal and then they tell all their friends and they want to come too.

Your pets will long since have abandoned all hope and left home, cowering and hiding until the noisy deaf old folks have gone. They'll drive you bonkers, asking generally stupid questions / behaving like children / getting lost / losing money, cameras etc / not knowing where they are or where they've just been / being nosey / treating you like a child or annoying your spouse or partner to distraction. You will inevitably get cross with them and will be counting the days until they're safely returned to the airport.

They want all their washing and ironing done before they leave; then comes the day you leave them at the airport, you feel sick all day, guilty for not treating them better or appreciating the short time they had here, you'll be bawling your eyes out like a big sook all the way home and be awake for 24 hours until you've heard they arrived home safely.

Then to top it off you'll be back on the rollercoaster.... world turned upside down, upset, moping about not knowing what to do with yourself and homesick for days and weeks afterwards.
Brilliant and so true.
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles View Post
Visitors schmisitors, who needs them, eh?
Haha, funny but true!

We've had a lot of visitors- inlaws have just left after their fourth visit, my ma has come about 5 times (but only from Oz), my Dad came once (though only stayed with us for 4 nights cos his partner wanted to explore NZ... ) and my little sis and her b/friend came for our first Xmas. I relate to a lot of what you write but most particularly the making a huge effort at huge expense (in both money and time) only to be wracked with guilt as they leave that is wasn't enough.

I feel pretty sorry for family who visit- they have to pay all that money and make all that effort to get here just to see us (for a short period of time) and their grandkids/nieces because we moved here for "a better life"

The whole visitors bit is rough on both parties in a way- well, it is in my family because our kids are so very, very much adored by their wider family who have made significant effort and commitment to remain close and involved.

But I still relate to BJ's post- I menu plan in advance (food budget more than doubles because I start making Jamie Oliver meals using vast amounts of imported parmesan etc), plan outings and this time decorated our spare room. The whole house gets a spruce up and when visitors are here I'm doing 2+ loads of washing everyday and I'm the only one who picks up the hoover or cleans the bathrooms and loos. I'm the first up unloading the dishy and preparing the breakfast table and the last to bed loading up the dishy and turning out lights. Exhausting!

This trip the inlaws went grocery shopping to contribute and spent $300, which is about 2/3 of what we're spending each week they're here and nearly $200 of their spend was on alcohol. I don't drink and my husband drinks on average a beer a month

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Oh my I hope our daughter and son in law don't feel like that about us. We have gone for 6 weeks at a time for the last 5 years.
June, you always sound like a lovely visitor- mostly because you appreciate it can be a strain for everyone at times and are so thoughtful and helpful, I'm sure your family love having you

Originally Posted by Bonesyhead View Post
I agree with every single word, well wrote. I hate when you can't go to bed until they go to bed because they'd die if they had to learn how to turn the tv off, and they stay up till 1:30 watching wwII documentary on the nazi dogs. And also how you have to fill the toilet with bog roll before going, or even plucking up the courage to go at all.
My inlaws and my ma have totally different sleep patterns to us- they all stay up past midnight whereas I like being tucked up before 10pm. After the first couple of weeks I start getting cranky cos I'm sleep deprived as they sleep in later than us but we're up at 6 cos dh works and I get up with him and to prepare for the day...

Ensuite is a blessing. But there again, it's only a blessing for me- my visitors still have to use someone else's bathroom and prolly feel the same way...
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Hiya, thanks for that it gave me laugh. A craic is just somebodys backside, the craic is to have fun
I'll second that!

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We had my parents here for christmas and I absolutely loved it. Only three weeks but at BJ says I now miss them even more than before I was that sook at the airport crying my eyes out just as well I didn't have to drive home, I even missed them while they where here if that is possible. As for relatives taking the mickey and wanting to be waited on hand and foot, that would be my kiwi inlaws. Who are a little short of manners at times.
We had a few promises of visits I just wonder how many will come.
It's hard when they visit and hard when they don't. Just have to make the best of every situation.
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Old Jan 10th 2012, 12:32 am
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Default Re: How many of you have 'visitors'???

To put a slightly different spin on the question, if I may, without intentionally throwing things off track, why do people think they don't get as many visitors as they might like?

1) Cost?
2) Time?
3) Laziness/Can't be a*sed?

Have any of your realatives admitted to number three being the reason for them not having visited?
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I think the majority would be number 3 although getting people to admit it is another thing
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I think the majority would be number 3 although getting people to admit it is another thing
I second that
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