The Top Ten List of What Not to Do When Meeting Potential In-Laws for the First Time

Marie Anne: a new find for me, someone who loves to write and stood up for another writer in her hour of need. She has a lovely writing voice: and this post demonstrates it perfectly. Enjoy.

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There is a new collaboration in the works that includes Marie Ann Bailey of 1WriteWay at http://1writeway.com and John W. Howell of Fiction Favorites at http://johnwhowell.com We thought it would be fun to put our heads together one day a week and come up the Top Ten List ofWhat Not to Do in a number of situations. This idea was born in a discussion about Top Ten Lists and so we thought we would have a go at it. The lists will be simu-published (new word) on our blogs each Monday. We hope you enjoy.

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The Top Ten List of What Not to Do When Meeting Potential In-Laws for the First Time

10. When asked where you live; do not say “together,” even if it is true since there is a good chance you can mumble the city name and get away with it.

9. When asked about your…

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3 thoughts on “The Top Ten List of What Not to Do When Meeting Potential In-Laws for the First Time

  1. Deeply discouraging, isn’t it? Anything one does will be wrong! They don’t even touch on the really big ones like arriving drunk or giving radical political or religious views … or (horrors) stomping mud into the carpet or voicing displeasure after being savaged by the family pet.

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