Pollycat wrote: »
Or maybe the OP should wire up the doorbell to the electricity.I think I'm going down a darker path than most posters.
But I can guarantee that once I've told someone they're not welcome, I don't have to repeat the message.
getmore4less wrote: »
Perhaps she needs to go stay with the father if she know who it I, maybe it's her dad...
Tell them you don't want their little tart anywhere near your hubby.
chesky wrote: »
"..... so I didn't get the chance to write a response ...... I'll do it later..."
But you still managed to write on here. STOP PUTTING IT OFF.
Sea_Shell wrote: »
Have you spoken to your mum at all about all this. What does she think?
Will she take sides? Will she see you as the bad guy, causing a family rift, if you refuse? Or does she think her sister is a bit barking too?
Silvertabby wrote: »
Yes ! -the longer you leave it, the more auntie will assume that you are considering her proposal.
ska_lover wrote: »
One of the big things I have learned in life, is to assert myself and to put an immediate end to stuff I do not want to happen / (Or - entirely different thread - someone being rude/horrible to me, or mine)
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