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Hey, im going up to stay with my bf at the weekend. The thing is he has an older brother who is gonna be really anoyying. Last time i went he was winding him up but this time im worried hell come in and start saying stuff. I guess its not a massive deal but its more imbarrasing than anything. If anyone could give me some advice on how to act around him it would be cool. Also im scared incase he went through my bag or something when we were out? Am i just being paranoid. ? Thanks.
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I guess I'm not sure I really understand your question. You're going to stay with your boyfriend, and you're worried his brother will bother you. So you're worried he'll walk in on you? Is this correct?

If that's the case, I would suggest locking the door or talking to him and asking him to knock on the door before he walks in. He might not realize you're uncomfortable with it, if he's part of a very open family.

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