Someone explain to me why people cannot close your bedroom door when they leave.

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I genuinely want to know.

If you come into a room and the door is originally closed, you close it again before you leave. It's not that hard.

My mum just did this and it's EXTREMELY irritating.
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*shrug* It's her door surely?
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*shrug* It's her door surely?
It's my bedroom, therefore it's my door.
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It's my bedroom, therefore it's my door.
Yeah.. but you don't own it...

Prob just wants to make sure you're not playing with yourself or whatever , pretty common parent thing to disapprove of closed bedroom doors during the day.
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I genuinely want to know.

If you come into a room and the door is originally closed, you close it again before you leave. It's not that hard.

My mum just did this and it's EXTREMELY irritating.
Stick a sign on your door “Please Close the Door When You Leave!”
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Yeah.. but you don't own it...

Prob just wants to make sure you're not playing with yourself or whatever , pretty common parent thing to disapprove of closed bedroom doors during the day.
I'm not a child. And she just walked in and saw me working on the laptop
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Why not just ask to them to close the door on their way out.
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Stick a sign on your door “Please Close the Door When You Leave!”
My fam will think that's a bit extra and will be suspicious
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Why not just ask to them to close the door on their way out.
I do but I shouldn't always have to do that
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I do but I shouldn't always have to do that
It's not exactly a laborious thing to do, and will solve your problem.

Frankly this seems like quite a trivial thing to allow it to wind you up.
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I'm not a child. And she just walked in and saw me working on the laptop
'working on the laptop' is that what it's called now?

I'm just messing with you obv, but there are plenty parents who think like that, telling/forcing kids to keep bedroom doors open is pretty common.
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My fam will think that's a bit extra and will be suspicious
In that you need to explain to them as you find it irritating when they don’t close your room door!
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It's annoying but you can just ask them to close it.
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