Last weekend we attended an anniversary party at a local restaurant. 40 people were invited, 37 showed up on time. The table I sat at was away in a corner of the restaurant. Tight seating but okay. Two of the empty seats of the no-shows were across from me while the other was at different table. Two hours into the party the three missing people show up and want to be sat together. They were individuals, not married or family, just friends. The waitress approached me to put a chair between me and the gentleman sitting at the end of the table. We declined because there was not enough space for another person. The guy on the end already had his back to the wall. Other people were then asked to reseat themselves so these three could sit together. Now, the host family of the party is upset with me because I would not move. I told them it was not my problem these people came two hours late. They should have just sat at the empty remaining seats. They said I should have accommodated their guests. I thought I was a guest too?? Was I wrong?