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Going home for the holidays is a nice break after a long semester. There is no school, we get time off and we get to be around our families. Still, as nice as it is to be around our families, they definitely do some things that get under our skin. Here is what a few Humboldt State students said annoys them most about their families when they go home for the holidays.

What annoys you the most about your family when you visit home for the holidays?

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“All of the questions they ask about up here.” – Carolina Herrera, junior, Tulare, CA

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“Fighting with them about the amount of cats that they have. I think it’s too little.” – Alex Grey, senior, San Francisco

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“Having to stay at home and not be outdoors, and abiding by the rules of my parents.”- Luis Melendez, freshman, Santa Ana

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“When we disagree on our opinions and facts and then they want to persuade on thinking the way that they do when they should appreciate that I think differently than them.” – Tracy Gatumu, senior, Anaheim

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“They are really loud, and they always want to dress up the same.” – Jose Chaidez, freshman, Los Angeles

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“That I always feel bad when I don’t hang out with them. I wake up at 2 p.m. like everyday and my dad would go to bed at like 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. so we never hung out.” – Killion Newsome, freshman, Sacramento

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