We all (mostly) try to be good hosts when we have guests, but sometimes our hospitality can be taken advantage of by guests who seem to forget that they aren't at their own house. This led u/Mr_Yus_uwu to ask the question: "What was the worst thing your guest did when they took "Make yourself at home" very literally?The results were as surprising as they were unsurprising. That means to say, people can be pretty terrible houseguests in wildly unpredictable ways. It's not unheard of to have a family member overstay their welcome, but when someone says they need to stay for a few weeks and ends up staying for three years, it feels like something that has become an issue. We love having our friends over, but one terrific way to get to know a potential friend is whether or not they fill your couch with farts and get barbeque everywhere. That's not to say that a barbeque slopping ass-factory doesn't make a good friend, but it does mean that maybe your "friend that gets indeterminate brown goo" all over the place might better be reserved as an "outside friend."
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