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Aita?
Old 06-23-2022, 06:13 AM
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I don’t think so. You have a right to be annoyed, but maybe you can draw a line in the sand. “I would be grateful/it would be so helpful of you if you could be more specific with your ETA. So I can go shopping, straighten the guest room….” Etc.

More importantly, though, is it’s bothering your DH. Maybe he needs to step up his game and talk to his parents.

The third alternative is to go about your day as usual. If they show up and you’re not there, ce la vie. “We didn’t hear back from you so assumed you went straight to BIL’s place.”
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