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17 Disrespectful Things People Have Had Houseguests Do

Normally, when someone invites you to stay in their home, you're on your best behavior.

But not these guests. They did everything you're not supposed to do, such as leave a mess, invite strangers over, and freeload. Some even left behind feces, drugs, and random strangers!

Prepare to gasp loudly at these 17 disrespectful things people have had houseguests again.

1. The ex-friend

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This Redditor and his girlfriend lived with his grandmother who had advanced Alzheimer's. One night, they invited a friend to come over. For whatever reason, this friend thought that it would be hilarious to pants the grandmother!

"He was promptly punched in the face and told to leave before he got hurt," the Redditor wrote.

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They were shocked and enraged by the disrespect this "friend" showed to his ill grandmother. It's been 20 years and they still have nothing to do with that guy.

2. The cockroach

"My sister use to stop over, drink my beer, steal my wife’s clothes, make a mess, then leave. We changed the locks so she’d steal my parents key to get in so we stopped giving them one and somehow she’d still get in, like a damn cockroach. We have since moved far out of her visiting range." - u/jonsacreep

3. The drug dealer

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"A friend of a friend crashed a party at our house. He proceeded to tell everyone that he was a drug dealer and he could get them the best product. He hit on all of the married women who had not brought their husbands, punched the friend who brought him and drove home, drunk and high. He is the only person I have banned from my house." - u/Cowhaus

4. The period

This one certainly takes the cake. This Redditor's houseguest had sex with her boyfriend on a white comforter while on her period. You do the math. It doesn't take a genius to figure out why this is horrendous behavior.

5. The cake

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"The couple sat down at a table with a cake (which hadnt been served it) took each a fork and started to eat it, not cutting the cake into a piece for themselves, but going back and forth with forks to mouths and to cake, smacking and slurping. Nobody else wanted any cake." - u/fraubrennessel

6. The Lego

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"Had some friends in middle school come over and smash up all the Lego sets in my room then wondered why I didn't want them to come over again." - u/ Hydrosimian. Another had someone pee in their bucket of Lego pieces.

7. The bender

This Redditor had a friend ask to stay with them because they were having "relationship problems."

Well, it turned out that the friend had a massive coke problem and the bf was fed-up. They ended up inviting random people over and then disappeared for three days on a bender.

8. The feces

"Dude came over, apparently [expletive] his pants and threw his heavily skid marked underwear in with my dirty laundry pile. I found my dog chewing on his underwear the next morning." -u/vowelspace

9. The alcoholic

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"Went through a whole 24 pack by himself. Next day I found nearly 24 half empty beer cans all over the house. But the worse part was he was dropping cigarette butts on the carpeted floor. Morning after he woke up and just dipped out while everybody else was cleaning up. He never got invited back." - u/Jealous_Hedgehog

10. The used tissue

This next one is thoroughly disgusting. This Redditor had a guest blow his nose on a tissue and then throw it on the floor.

"Worst thing is, he expected me to pick it up for him."

11. The pain meds

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"My friends wife came out of our master bathroom and let us know she 'borrowed' some pain meds she found in the medicine cabinet. She then slept on the couch for most of the visit." - u/KeepingBalance

12. The feces part II

"We had my in-laws' wedding in our back yard. A few hours into festivities, I found 'need more toilet paper' written on the bathroom wall with human feces." - u/topdeckisadog. Note to self: don't host weddings.

13.The yogurt

It's a different kind of crazy to do what this son's friend did.

They opened up all the yogurts in the Redditor's refrigerator. They didn't eat them, simply opened all of the tin foil lids. WTF?

14. The bookshelf

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"Decided to completely rearrange my bookshelf that I have categorized by author and genre. They wanted it to look more 'cozy' so they added a bunch of stuff and took books out, rearranged them etc." - u/king1861

15. The drunk friend

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"I let my drunk friend sleep on my couch. He peed in his sleep and nicely folded a blanket over the couch cushion. I didn't know until after he left and then blamed my cat." - u/deleted

16. The puzzle

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This next guest had a piece missing in their brain.

They were sleeping over at their friend's house who loves puzzles and even has a collection of wooden ones that are used as decoration in the guest bedroom.

They decided that it would be a good idea to dismantle every single one of the puzzles, mix all of the pieces together, and leave them in a pile for their friend to find the next day.

WHY? To this day, the thought of this makes the Redditor mad.

17. The freeloader

"Brother in law lived with us for a while to try to help him out. He lived rent free for almost a year and then a small amount for rent thereafter. He would be late on paying the rent we asked for, and then would return home with the random things he'd purchased that day, and would even sometimes have the gall to show me what he'd bought." - u/minnesotarox