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My landlord Just came home from overseas to stay at the home where I rented so basically we are sharing everything, Should I offer her meals like dinner when I cook in the evenings, It's a bit awkward situation.

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In my opinion, since you're presumably paying rent to use her home, you don't owe it to her. It wouldn't hurt though, just to promote goodwill between you two. Kindness is it's own reward but should not be taken for granted.

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WHy don't you just talk to her and ask her what she expects you to do. I would say she should cook for you because you are paying her

You don't have to, but if you want to you could. Just don't let her get too used to it. Then she'll always expect it and when you can't do it she could complain.
It really depends on what kind of person she is.


Why don't you discuss it with her? I would say you are not obligated to share meals. However, you may want to alternate cooking in order to save money. I would offer. If she accepts she accepts, if she doesn't then at least you asked. I don't think you are obligated, but a nice gesture on your part.

I can't believe someone told you she should be cooking for you. If she came home from overseas, I would assume she is military.


IF SHE JUST GOT HOME, IT WOULD BE A NICE THING TO DO. Talk to her over dinner and ask her what she expects of you since you are paying rent. If you rented the place it should be yours alone and she shouldn't be there unless it's in your lease.

Make your own meals and let her take care of her own. Make sure you have your own shelf in the fridge and only do your own dishes right after you get them dirty. Don't use her groceries and don't let her use yours.


That is weird...I'm sorry. Tell her you don't feel comfortable, because you've never been put in a situation that is similar. Ask her what she expects. I'm sure you'll get your answer without offending anyone in the meantime. She may think it's weird if you do offer to share things with her, she has been overseas, so she may be accustomed to different etiqette. It never hurts to ask. Good luck! I would just make a meal that you know she wouldnt mind eating and that you like as well and then offer to let her join you for the meal and then discuss what the trems should be or what you expect from her and viceverse but be sly about it


Move out.

I find it strange for your landlord to be sharing the home that you rent from her. Is she going to live there from now on? If she just happens to be in town for a few days, she needs to stay in a hotel and leave her tenants alone. That just doesn't sound right. I wouldn't offer to cook her meals. Is she going to pay for the gas and electricity that she uses while she's staying there? You should check your lease agreement.

I would eat out a couple of nights in a row and not be home so that she will have to fend for herself. Make up an excuse that you have plans for the evening and will be out...or actually make plans. Anyway, just don't be there and she'll have to get actively involved in her own meals. On the third day, when you are home, then ask her how she wants to handle the meals. Chat to her, find out if you like similar food, then have a trial period, decide which one of you is the better cook, whoever is, as long as they are agreeable becomes the cook. Otherwise you could take it in turns, you cook one week and your landlady the next.




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