Need suggestion from you guys on how to deal with these uninvited guests and how to let them know politely what their limits are. Background - My husband's friend and his wife moved recently to this city where we live. I met them for the first time 4 weeks back. They are nice people in general - they are caring, god fearing and are always in good mood. The problem is that they come home uninvited (on week days too) and think my home is theirs. Both of them do not mind entering the kitchen and checking if there is anything to eat - I mean, even if I offer them something, they do not sit at one place. They keeping checking my things and I get so irritated by this. And whenever they come, they do not leave the house before its too late (like 1 AM) and this happens during week days too. Last week, they invited us and an another family for dinner. After dinner, the other family left and I wanted to leave too. But they wanted us to stay. When I kept refusing, the girl started making fun of us. She said maybe we wanted to 'plan for a family' and that's why I wanted to leave. GOD!! I just found it very difficult to ignore her comment and be normal. They come our place and I wouldn't have prepared dinner. So they say we'll go out for dinner. Whenever we all go out for dinner, we take turns to pay. And I've noticed that whenever his turn comes, we either go to subway or some other place where the food is inexpensive. But whenever my husband has to pay, he insists on going to expensive restaurants and we end up paying like 100 dollars. This has happened 4 times. When I discuss this with my husband, he says its not intentional and that I should not make this a big deal. Maybe my husband is not smart enough to notice this or I am making a big deal out of nothing - I really don't know!! We want to plan for a trip during the long weekend and they have been telling us that wherever we go, they want to join us How do I politely tell them that I do not want them to come with us? My husband tells me to ignore everything as she is pregnant and in a few months she would become busy. But I doubt it. She told me yesterday that when the baby is 4 months old, we all should go on a road trip to some place I know I can refuse it, but what scares me is that she might come home as usual even after the baby is born! Girls, please tell me how to make them understand their limits without hurting them.