By Labro9 - Australia - Perth
Today, I hate my distant visiting family so much that after work I take a detour and sit in my car on an adjacent street, contemplating reasons not to go home. FML
Labro9 tells us more :
Geez I didn't expect that to get up. Cheers for the comments! Just a summary for those playing at home: - Family belong to my husband - Husband has spontaneously developed an inability to say "No" to these people - It's like living with a bunch of escaped institutionalized clowns - They depart in 108 hours - I have reason to question my life choices
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  mf727hihi  |  18

I totally agree with you! I meant sad in the 'it's sad his/her family is so horrible, he/she don't even want to be in the same room as them' way. Not that OP is sad!

  marcranger  |  28

Part of being an adult is also the ability to tell people you don't like that you're not going to put up with their shit. Sure, there might be consequences, but you do have the option.

  CogadhTallon  |  16

That's short-sighted. My in-laws make me consider the pros and cons of lobotomies every time I see them, but my wife moves her family, and driving a wedge like that's is selfish and immature.

By  TheAnon1313  |  28

That's really unfortunate OP, but I can completely understand that. My relatives can be awfully rude and irritating sometimes too. Just do what you have to do to stay sane.

  R2Y2  |  22

No, in the end, being honest is the only way to solve issues. First step to solving a problem is acknowledging that there is one. Can't just throw a blanket on it.