Should guests be obligated to pay for food and transportation and eat leftovers when they visit someone, even when they are relatives?
For someone not trolling you have ask d these questions for months about your ‘aunt’ !
Youve asked this before and it didn't end well those times either. Sorry, troll doll.
I bet you won't be making any more surprise visits to family members in Germany for two weeks at Christmas time. Here's a hint...you might want to go into hiding this Christmas because I have a feeling your aunt is going to be coming to the United States for a surprise two week Christmas vacation and it won't be pleasant. Have fun! That'll teach you.
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I am not sure you actually qualify as a guest---when no one asked you to come!! You just showed up on her doorstep...and I'd say she was pretty pissed. ask first-then you might get a better reception.
You weren't a guest, you just showed up without an invitation. You don't know that they're not in financial straits at the moment.
Sorry to say, that she does not seem to like you much, at least she is a very controlling ungenerous person. Lesson for you, is NEVER again visit someone without first asking them well in advance. And perhaps asking them what their expectations are of you financially. Then you can decide then if you want to visit them or not.
I guess your aunt didn't appreciate the surprise visit.
i wouldnt go there again if she treated nne like that
You were an uninvited guest. She was simply expressing her displeasure at an uninvited guest for 2 weeks at Christmas.
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Yes. You should always assume obligation, and have the funds to pay your own way, including for your own accomodation. If a relative wants to treat you or help, that is one thing, but do NOT expect it. Especially if you weren't invited or did not clear your visit beforehand. The leftovers bit was ridiculous.
You weren't invited, therefore you should have brought enough money to pay for yourself. Granted the way she treated you was crappy, you were in the wrong.