Our expert says:
I know the sort ! I agree with JM, that the first priority at Christmas, socially, ought to be to please yourself and your immediate family --- there's no point in making yourselves miserable to nmake others marginally happier.
If your inlaws just don't feel they'd be happy with the plans you have made for Christmas, then their presence isnt compulsory. Maybe have them round for New Year, instead ?
And where in the Bible did it say we were bound to entertain a bunch of lazy free-loaders ?
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