PORTLAND, Ore. ( TheStreet) -- For every rube on America's roads singing I'll Be Home For Christmas as they drive to a relative's house for the holidays, there's a parent, sibling, aunt, uncle or cousin wondering if it's too late to change the locks.Home? This ain't your home, pal. It's your imposition that you're making on an already overworked relation who isn't expecting much help or financial restitution in return. A survey conducted a few years back by vacation rental website HomeAway ( AWAY) found that 22% of holiday hosts think their guests overstay their welcome after a day or less. They leave stuff strewn all over the house (31%), don't help with the cooking or cleaning (26%), need to be entertained constantly (21%), pick through their hosts' private belongings (2%) and kidnap the television remote long enough to burden the family with their favorite shows about screaming housewives or whiny manual laborers (2%). About 29% of hosts would kick their visiting sibling out of the house this holiday season if they could, while 22% think it's time for their grown child to make his or her own plans for accommodations.