There is nothing worse than having someone at your house who you really don't want there. It can happen for a variety of different reasons; maybe your friend invites their friend who you don't like but didn't want to let it on. Or, your nemesis at work overhears you inviting people to your flat and decides to jump on the bandwagon.
Whatever the reason, it's something that we've all experienced at some point and it can be hard to know what to do: do you just ask them to leave, or start acting so strangely that they eventually get the hint and go?
For me, it's definitely the latter. often is the time that housemates of mine have brought unwelcome guests over and me and my other housemates have forced them out through strange behaviour.
Whether it's my old housemate trying to throw an impromptu dinner party while the rest of us got horrendously drunk and screamed at Wipeout on the PlayStation, or my other housemate deciding to go and drop the most fearsome dump in the toilet after his friends invited people he didn't want round, it would be safe to say that I am a veteran of the game.
But, whatever your tactic may be, it's a hassle that many of us have to deal with. And, despite the fact that Benjamin Franklin once noted that "Guests, like fish, begin to smell after three days," there has never been a clear explanation of how to get your own back on those unwanted intruders... until now.
Thankfully for us, Twitter user Angela Brisk has an evil, but harmless, way of dealing with unwanted guests.
Taking to her Twitter account, Brisk uploaded a photo of her pouring hot dog water into an ice cube tray and captioned it, "I turn hotdog water into ice cubes for guests that I don't like."
Unsurprisingly, the people of Twitter went into meltdown, with plenty of people debating whether the hack is genius or if it's just cruel.
"Why invite them into your home?" asked one user... Urm, cos you don't have a choice? Duh.
Aside from the stupid question above, the rest of the commenters decided to just post a series of memes.
Also, a special shout-out must go to the man who explained why you let these people into your house: "To give them hotdog water ice cubes, of course."
So there you have it, next time you go round to someone's house for the evening, be warned - they might not want you there. And, if your rum and coke happens to taste a little bit meaty, it's probably because there's a load of hotdog water in there.
Also, if you're thinking about how you can get rid of an unwanted guest, remember that revenge is a drink best served cold, salty, and tasting vaguely of mystery meat.