Chris and Emily bring a case against their friend, Pat. Pat has asked to stay at one of their small apartments while visiting their area. He says he's willing to sleep on the couch. They say that he has a good-paying job, they have a small apartment, and he shouldn't have put them in the awkward position of turning him down.
Is it appropriate to ask to crash on the couch when you could reasonably afford a hotel?
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A photo of a comfortable Ikea sofabed, next to windows overlooking the San Francisco Bay. To date, it's hosted two crashers during their stays at my apartment." This shows that he's willing to host travelers if they do need assistance, and it's convenient to both parties.
A photo showing that she doesn't have tons of space for guests in her one bedroom apartment.
A photo of his own guest room in Waterloo, which is open for any of his friends.