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Except when she's not. And considering she stole a key and broke into his place, I'd say she's definitely not welcome. Also, if he doesn't want his grandmother (or any other relative) in his place, that's his right.

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She is always welcome as long as she give a heads up that she is coming. I would be pretty pissed if someone goes in my house with out knowing it

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#1 I get what you're saying, my grandmother has been gone for 15 years so if I walked into my house and I saw her standing there, after I had the heart attack that this would definitely cause, I wouldn't mind how she got in and would spend the day answering whatever questions she wanted to ask. However, in normal everyday situations I would probably be pretty upset with any family member who 1, stole my emergency key from my mother for something that was not an emergency and 2, for not respecti

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but wouldn't his mom have to get another key and if she does get another key his grandma can just steal that one.

that's just creepy. I love my grandmother and she's a sweetheart but if she did that to me I'd be weirded out!!

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I missed the part where OP said it was his birthday... Trespassing is trespassing. Grandmother or not, she shouldn't have invited herself over, especially not without asking.

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Just cause she is your grandmother doesn't give her the privilege to do what ever she wants. There is still this thing called privacy

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You want to inherit a computer? It'd lose value and functionality quicker than anything else. Pick something else to inherit.

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