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By Anonymous - / Sunday 29 May 2016 12:06 / United States - Pratt
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By  Tripartita  |  43

If you two ever need to get in the mood and aren't put off by homoerotisism, there's some pretty adorable stuff between Jonathan and David in the book of Samuel. "Then Jonathan made a covenant with David, because he loved him as his own soul. And Jonathan stripped himself of the robe that was on him and gave it to David, and his armor, and even his sword and his bow and his belt" (Samuel 18:3).

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By  Bean_pole06  |  5

Aren't you a polite one? It's their house, respect their wishes that you don't have sex in their house.

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  hannah_dl  |  11

Um, ever stop to think OP's real issue is how ridiculous they're being with the bibles and articles? If they're like that when OP's doing them a favor, I can't imagine how awful they are the rest of the time.

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I would have no issue with not having sex in their house if I were in OP's shoes. It's the obnoxiousness of their passive aggression that would put me off. If I left someone to house sit for me, I would outright ask them, "Please don't have sex in my house" because, frankly, it kind of skeeves me out to think of other people's nakedness on MY couch or whatever. However, if they want to go somewhere else to have sex, who am I to stop them? As long as the house I am paying them to watch isn't being neglected, they can go wherever else they want to have sex.

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  Nyattack  |  14

Holy shit really ? If they had wished OP and their fiancé not to eat and drink in their house *for three weeks* because they considered it sinful, should OP be "polite" and not do it ? Sex is natural, and having it in a house doesn't make the place impure or dirty. As long as they're careful about not leaving a mess of course, they should be able to do as they please ; owning a house doesn't let you control people's bodies while they are in it and doing you a favor...

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

Completely disagree #52. That's disgusting to have other people having sex in your bed/couch/chairs/carpet/etc. I don't care how natural it is. I don't want 2 other people's sex fluids in my home. Completely disrespectful and disgusting. This is why I would never have someone house sit for me. I don't care how well I know them. And yes. If it is MY HOUSE, I DO have the RIGHT to tell me what to do and not do. It is MY HOUSE.

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  TheSignOfLibra  |  11

55 I couldn't agree with you more. I think that people should respect the house owner's wishes when they are house sitting, but the future in-laws didn't have to be so obvious about what they believe OP's self control is. I also hate the people you hire to babysit and then they invite their boyfriend or girlfriend over to 'have some fun'. This is while the kids in the next room. Honestly.

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  RandKP  |  21

#3 This is only true if you are carrying out the decisions in the privacy of your own home. If you are in public, or someone elses home you are then involving others in your decisions , like it or not. OP, my question is, did they say anything about the back yard? ;)

By  Tripartita  |  43

If you two ever need to get in the mood and aren't put off by homoerotisism, there's some pretty adorable stuff between Jonathan and David in the book of Samuel. "Then Jonathan made a covenant with David, because he loved him as his own soul. And Jonathan stripped himself of the robe that was on him and gave it to David, and his armor, and even his sword and his bow and his belt" (Samuel 18:3).

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  Massage_dude  |  7

lol what you quoted does not mean what you think it does ?

By  hilamonster06  |  21

leave a couple of empty boxes of condoms next to the Bible's. You're adults and if you want to have sex that is none of their business.

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  thejonac  |  21

in any case, they should be respecting trhe owner of the house by not having sex there; they can go to OP's house for a short while if they're really in he mood

By  RandKP  |  21

OP something you might want to consider keeping in mind. Because they are going to be your in-laws, you are going to have to deal with them for years to come. It just might be a good Idea to show them respect, at least to their faces. Calling them "complete whack-jobs" online wont help anything at all.

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  RandKP  |  21

The key word there is probably. There is a chance, however slim, that it could cause some form of hurt. Why risk it when there is a better option. Dispense with the name calling, and be a mature adult instead.

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  Nyattack  |  14

Yeah ; never got the concept of being an absolute doormat to some people just because they belong to your family. If they are complete whack-jobs (which they very much seem to be), they deserve to be called just that and put in their place. If they expect OP to act kindly and respectfully, so must they.

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