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By Great - / Wednesday 9 April 2014 01:42 / United States - Katy
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  caver1  |  14

This is a short FML

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  MrsDruidess  |  23

yes you have a choice, kick her out! Sure there could be extenuating circumstances, but that just means you let her in, but with a time limit!! No one should be living with parents once married unless they are super old &/or are truly incapable of taking care of themselves. Sorry OP I feel very bad for you but you do have a say on all this so I am on the fence. . . stand up for your home, family and self!!

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  Merylwen  |  24

A lot of them are. It's the "I hate you because no one will ever be good enough for my baby anyway!" syndrome. Even if they are nice, having your in-laws moving in is the worst thing that can happen to a couple.

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  LostMy_Marbles  |  23

I agree, not all in-laws are bad. My in-laws are the most kind and caring people I have ever met and I have felt so welcomed into their family. That being said, some can be so nasty and horrible. Hopefully OP doesn't have complete monsters as theirs

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My parents and my husband's parents are all best friends since we met. Nobody even knocks on each other's doors. Our dad's are together every Sunday watching their damned car shows and our moms are always going out. I love my in-laws every bit as much as my own family! Not all in-laws are bad. However I assume since this is on FML maybe they aren't so great.

By  prljm10  |  10

Why did you let them??

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  iOceanus  |  18

I guess this is thumbed down because there as an obvious negative connotation with letting the in-laws move in, but I am curious as to why they're moving in .

By  jddrinker  |  6

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