This reminds me of my little sister's high school grad. party. The invitations said that it ended at 8. One family showed up right at 8, and made themselves very comfortable. They had just converted to a certain religion that is scarily close to a sect*, and proceeded to bombard the other guests (my close family and friends of our family) about their recent conversion and all the strict rules that it entailed. Their 14 year old son had just attended a seminar on their new religion and he was telling a 40 year-old man how he (the teenager) knew God so much better than this wonderful man who used to be his sunday school teacher. His parents were listening to him like he was the Messiah, and let him go on and on. Everyone there was uncomfortable, and most guests had left. My father and mother had finished cleaning up after a very long day, and my dad (who needed to go to bed--he works 80 hour weeks) was just sick of hearing this kid go on about how he knew best, started turning off all the lights and saying good night. They finally got the hint when he just climbed the stairs and went to bed. Thank God! How can people be so clueless?? I think my father did just the right thing!!
*If they want to believe this, fine, but to come late to someone else's house during a party to try and win converts is just ridiculous.