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stripeyfox wrote: »
Are you right? Maybe. It's your house, you pay for it, you can do as you please.
However, asserting your "right" when you share the house with others is beyond common manners and decency. Of course you shouldn't
AylesburyDuck wrote: »
You'd only be right if they contributed, it appears they dont, so they have zero right to ask anything of her/him in their own home.
They are lucky they have a roof over there freeloading heads.
Organza_Lace wrote: »
Whats a minor child?
Takmon wrote: »
Smoking inside a house is disgusting because it makes everything smell and go off colour. I don't think you should ever smoke in a house and should always smoke outside.
I don't think it matters if it's your house or not it's about being considerate to the people you live with. If you don't care about how your family members feel by your actions then that says a lot about the type of person you are.
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