Do you accept strangers in your house?
- conley39Lv 74 weeks ago
Yes under normal conditions.
- JudyLv 64 weeks ago
No, I won't even open the door to chat with them. I have a "do not knock" sticker on my screen door for solicitors. The most I'll do is talk to them through a window by the side of the door. Of course if the stranger is someone that I'm expecting, such as a repairman, I'll let them in. The companies that I do business with are licensed, bonded and insured, so most likely their employees are honest and legit.
- ☣☣- ₲ⱠɆ₦Đ₳ -☣☣Lv 44 weeks ago
I rent two cabins on my property and I rent 5 bedrooms in my house plus one double room.
I rent primarily to hunters and business professionals seeking to "get away from it all".
This year I'll not be renting rooms in the main house, just the cabins (bat soup flu)
- RobertLv 74 weeks ago
Never. I don't even answer the door. Even before the plague religious sects, politicians and sales people were ignored. And now everyone remains no closer than the outside porch.
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- SRLv 64 weeks ago
No, I do not. That is crossing a boundary and could potentially be dangerous.
- KathyLv 74 weeks ago
- Bone AloneLv 74 weeks ago
Sure. I’ve had the cable guy come in to install or upgrade my cable. I’ve had a bunch of movers come in and deliver furniture.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
No i do not.............