What would you do?

Hello all,how are you today?
Well i was watching the news and saw Teresa May going to pop her leaflet through a door..the home owner came out and threw it in the bin.
I'm sorry but i think that is just plain rude..and surely he was brought up better.Not judging but manners are everything and its also how your perceived as well.Everyone has their own opinion on politics,religion ,relationships.,.it should never be personal.Just because you don't agree with someone else's views does not give you the right to be rude..there are lots of parenting views i do not agree with and also political and religious points of view but i am not rude to these people..each to their own.
A good healthy debate is often enlightening for both sides .

So ladies /gents..what would you do if a politician on the campaign trail knocked on your door..i know its  a rare sight but it might happen.
Would you firstly answer the door?
Or ignore them
Would you listen politely or shut the door?
After listening would you then say "i have already made my mind up thanks and say good bye or get lost"
Would you have questions for them?
Or like my husband with the Jehovahs Witness who come to the door..grill them and point out the wrongs and have a good debate with them.

If either party knocked on my door i would be polite and listen and tell them i have already voted by post but thanks for coming.
To be honest i would love to have both leaders of the parties knock on my door..i would invite them in and have a few questions for them both..but it ain't gonna happen really is it.



  1. Hi Sara,

    As you say chance would be a fine thing if anyone knocked on the door. In saying that we have received leaflets.

    I would never be rude, I was brought up to have good manners, say please and thankyou, and we 3 girls always had to ask to leave the table after a meal (I am 72) so a long time ago.

    I would listen to them, but tell them I had already made up my mind, and thank you for calling.

    As to the Jehovahs, I always send Jess when they knock the door, he is so much better than I.

    Hope you are all well and please give the girls a hug from me.

    Flora and Cpt Pilchard are both well and send puurrrrs to Iris and Fern

    Much love
    Marie xx

    1. Hi Marie my lovely..i have to admit i do like good manners and i appreciate them as well..it doesn't hurt to be polite at all..but like you say i got no chance of one of them knocking on my door..but i would relish the chance of it..
      The hugs are much appreciated and i hope that you and Jess are well too..
      The girls say give Flora a cuddle and Captain Pilchard a hug if you can..
      love you much

  2. I wouldn't be rude that's for sure. During this election campaign we've not had a single person knock on our door from any party! We live on a normal road as well, not out in the sticks. Where we live its been the same party for 94 years - as I saw in a recent quote "if a goat stood for this party's MP they'd vote for it!" - made me chuckle.

    1. No we haven't had anyone knock..lots of leaflets and letters but not a soul..
      Haha that made me chuckle..our town has been a stronghold for a party for decades i reckon..

  3. I would have a nice chat with them. They've taken the time to visit me, the least I can do is listen. Maybe we'll both learn something new.

    1. Exactly Sarah..a nice chat over a cuppa would be so good but not going to happen in reality..i would have a lot of questions and maybe learn a thing or 2.


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