Funny House Rules for Guests

No matter how great of a host or hostess you are, there are always going to be some house rules that guests have to follow. And while some of these may be necessary, others may be a bit over the top. In this blog post, we will explore some of the funniest house rules for guests that you may have come across. From no shoes indoors to no using certain towels, these rules are sure to make you laugh. So whether you’re looking for a good chuckle or want to see what not to do when hosting guests, read on for a list of funny house rules.


It’s always important to be respectful of your host’s home, no matter what the circumstance. But, when you’re trying to be funny and break the ice with some house rules for guests, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First and foremost, cleanliness is key. No one wants to be cleaning up after a party or spending their time getting guest rooms ready for the next person when they could be enjoying themselves. Make sure to leave everything as you found it, if not cleaner! Secondly, communication is key. If you have any questions about the house or where things are, make sure to ask before just rummaging through cupboards and drawers. Lastly, have fun! These rules are meant to be light-hearted and add some laughter to your stay. We hope you enjoy your time here!

Guest Behavior

We all know the feeling of having someone over to our house and they just do not seem to follow the rules. It can be so frustrating! Here are some funny, yet effective, house rules for guests that will help keep the peace in your home:

  • No putting your feet on the furniture! This is a big one in my house. My husband and I both have a thing about feet on furniture and it just drives us crazy when people do it. If you need to put your feet up, there are plenty of other places to do it besides on our nice couch or chairs.
  • Try to keep the noise down. We all like to have a good time and let loose when we’re with friends, but sometimes we need to remember that not everyone shares our taste in music or enjoys being shouted at from across the room. Keep it down if you can, especially later at night.
  • Don’t touch anything without asking first. This one is more common in homes with kids or pets, but even if you don’t have either, there are still things that are off-limits to guests. Whether it’s a precious piece of art or a family heirloom, just ask before you touch anything.
  • Keep your shoes off. This is another rule that varies from household to household, but many people prefer that their guests take their shoes off when they come inside. It helps keep dirt and mud from being tracked through the house and keeps your


  1. Please use a coaster for your glass on the bathroom counter.
  2. Please do not use our towels to wipe up wet floors – we have a special mop for that.
  3. Please hang up your wet towel after showering.
  4. If you use our shampoo or soap, please replace it before you leave.
  5. Please do not flush anything other than toilet paper down the toilet – no feminine products, diapers, etc.

Check-out Time

The check-out time is 11 am. We hope you have enjoyed your stay with us and that you will leave our home in the condition that you found it. Please strip all beds that were used and place used towels in the hamper. A kitchen should be left clean with all dishes put away. Please leave all trash in garbage cans outside. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!

Door Code

The door code is 1234. Please don’t forget it!

We know that it can be easy to forget a door code when you’re on vacation, so we wanted to make sure that our guests had a reminder of the door code. We hope that this will help everyone to feel more comfortable and secure while staying with us.


There are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to meals. First, we generally eat dinner around 6:00 pm. If you’re joining us for dinner, please be on time or let us know in advance if you’ll be running late. Second, we’re not huge fans of leftovers, so please don’t expect us to save your meal for you if you don’t finish it. Third, we like to try new things, so feel free to suggest restaurants or dishes that you think we might enjoy. Lastly, we’re always up for trying new wines, so please bring a bottle (or two) with you if you have a favorite!

Mom’s Rules

  1. No shoes inside
  2. If you’re going to be in the kitchen, wash your hands first
  3. Leave your dirty dishes in the sink
  4. Don’t use my good towels
  5. Make yourself at home
  6. No smoking indoors
  7. Keep the volume down
  8. Use coasters
  9. Feel free to help yourself to anything in the fridge

Hosts With Pets

If you’re a pet owner, chances are you’ve had to deal with guests who don’t understand how to properly interact with your furry (or scaly) friend. Here are some funny, yet important, house rules for guests with pets:

  • No feeding the pets without permission. Pets have sensitive stomachs and can easily get sick if they eat something they’re not used to.
  • No playing tug-of-war with the dog’s toys. They may look like fun, but trust me, you don’t want to get in the middle of a game of tug-of-war between a dog and its toy.
  • Don’t try to pick up the cat. Some cats are more friendly than others, but unless you know for sure that your host’s cat enjoys being picked up, it’s best to just admire them from a distance.
  • No chasing the pets around. This one is mostly for kids (or adults), but it’s important nonetheless. Chasing a pet around will only stress them out and make them less likely to want to be around people.

following these simple rules will help ensure that both you and the pets have an enjoyable time while you’re visiting!

Rules For Adults

  1. Be respectful of our home and belongings.
  2. Please clean up after yourself.
  3. No smoking inside the house.
  4. Keep noise to a minimum after 10 PM.
  5. Make sure all food and drinks are put away in the kitchen before you leave the house.
  6. Please don’t bring any illegal drugs into the house.
  7. If you break something, please let us know so we can fix it.
  8. We reserve the right to ask you to leave at any time if you are not following these rules or if you are making our home uncomfortable in any way.

Cabin Rules

Be respectful of our things and keep the noise down after 10 PM. Other than that, make yourselves at home!

Beach House Rules

  1. No shoes in the house! This is a beach house and we want to keep it sandy and salty.
  2. No wet bathing suits on the furniture! We have plenty of towels for you to lay on.
  3. Keep the noise down! We want to enjoy the sound of the waves, not your party music.
  4. Don’t feed the animals! The seagulls will beg for your sandwich and the crabs will pinch your toes.
  5. Beach fires are only allowed in designated areas. Please don’t start one on our deck!
  6. Put your trash in the can! We don’t want our beach house smelling like garbage.
  7. Have fun! That’s what beach houses are for!

We Hope you’ve Enjoyed our Funny House Rules for Guests

We know that not everyone necessarily enjoys following rules while they’re on vacation, but we hope you’ve enjoyed our funny take on some house rules for guests! We certainly don’t expect all of our guests to abide by them, but we do hope they bring a smile to your face. Thank you for reading and we look forward to hosting you in the future!


We hope you enjoyed our funny take on some house rules for guests! We certainly don’t expect all of our guests to abide by them, but we do hope they bring a smile to your face. Thank you for reading and we look forward to hosting you in the future!


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1. Do I need an appointment?

For many of our services, you will need to make an appointment. You can do this by calling 03 9663 6777 or booking online through our website. Walk-ins are welcome, however, please note that walk-in patients may face longer waiting times if we have full GP appointments for the day. We always aim to see walk-in patients as soon as possible but it is advisable to call ahead and make an appointment if your matter is urgent or time-sensitive.

2. What do I need to bring with me?

If you are a new patient or do not have a Medicare card with you, please bring proof of identity such as your driver’s license or passport along with your Medicare card on your first visit to Melbourne Medical Centre. If you are already a patient at Melbourne Medical Centre but are seen by another GP on an occasion where you don’t have your Medicare card with you then we will require identification before seeing you again. This policy helps us protect your personal

3. What are some funny house rules that you have for guests?

Some funny house rules that I have for guests include:

-No shoes allowed inside

-No talking in the kitchen while I’m cooking

-No using my laptop without permission

-No going into my bedroom without permission

4. What are some things you would never do in front of your parents?

Some things that I would never do in front of my parents include:


-Drink alcohol

-Smoke cigarettes

-Do drugs

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