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This sucks, i gotta move out :(

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  1. Dustin_m

    Dustin_m Active Member

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    One of my roommates just went to pay our rent and our landlord said we gotta move out by the 1st of Nov. This sucks because the house i live in is super chill and we basically do whatever we want, plus rent was cheap, really cheap. right now i am paying 440 for my room here, which is 1/5th of the 220 a month rent for the house. damn, now i am not going to have a garage, storage space, a backyard, full kitchen, a free washer and dryer, and all the other shit that makes living in a house better. i guess its gonna be back to living in a small ass apt. and having to watch how loud i am all the time.:(
     
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    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    why don't you just find a new house? plus, he can't just say you have to move out. i'm guessing you don't have a lease but he still can't stop allowing you without giving you notice. that is cheesy he let you come in and then he told you. he should have at least went to your house to tell you.
     
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    there's no lease. i don't even know who originally rented the place from our landlord. basically people moved in and out for the last few years. one of the guys that lives here now has lived here for 3 ro 4 years, so he is kind of the one responsible for everything. The landlord did give us a notice, i think all that is required is a 30 day. I would want to get into another house, but i'm not sure if i want to live with a bunch of people again, mainly because i want to have some things like the kitchen to myself. I guess he was going to give us the notice on the 1st, but since my roommate went there today he just told us a little early.
     
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    i know what you mean .. i'm in the process of moving.. not because i was told to leave, but because they raised rent in my small ass apt and i cant afford it anymore.. on a lighter note, at least i'm movin home with my mom for a few months.. save some $$ that way
     
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    well it was cool of him to give you extra time.
     
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    So you live in a flop house ? Oh shit, you can move anywhere and find a good flop house.

    Also, that's way expensive.
     
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    That's cheap for SoCal, especially san diego
     
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    Oh, well theres your goddam problem !
     
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    lol, yea i know, but there's no way i am leaving this area, its too nice. i am kind of reluctant to just move into any house because i don't want to live around drugs really. i don't really have a problem with them, but i don't want to deal with the problems and people that come along with living around that shit. the thing is, a lot of the people who have houses like this are in college and do the normal shit like that, party and smoke weed a lot. not my type of thing. Also, i fuckin hate this shit, it just happened as i am writing this... I come home from work and everytime i get ready to get in the shower, some other asshat runs in and is in there in there for an hour. fuck, now i gotta wait.

    i'm tempted to get a place with the GF, but once that happens, we all know the relationship is doomed
     
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    not true in all cases.. me and my GF were together a year and then got an apt together and have lived with eachother for 3yrs now and we're fine and wouldnt want to live with anyone else.. we both hate roommates..
     
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    I used to have a key to relationship success - And remember, I've been with my girl for a long time. I'll share that secret, mainly because it's been abandoned for a better, fee-based secret. So this is public-domain:

    "The key to a long term, happy relationship is seperate apartments"

    It was a Razer statement. Made true by itself. Clever, eh ? OF course it's folly is immediately recognised. The moment that statement begins to work for you and your mate, you decide to move intogether and immediately bugger up everything you have worked for.

    So my new, fee based solution is this (And I'm telling this here as a public service statement for Brian and others of the Hondaswap community, because I love you guys. I love you guys primarily because not only do we not share an apartment, but most of you are merely text on a screen to me. Brain in the jar, if you will):

    "The key a happy relationship is 0 expectations."

    Zero. I was going with "low expectations" because it was safe and left room for exceptional instances. Since then I have firmly proven that there are no exceptions.

    If you get out of work and think "Maybe I'll have dinner waiting for me" you've already lost the battle. Expect to come home to nothing. Nothing at all. Not even a hello. Miserably schlepp up your rickety stairs and into the icy departure of Ms. "More than a roommate" and if you happen to find something, it will pick up your day and excite you. It's like waiting till before bed to rub a nut, because if you start off your day with rubbing a nut, You have sealed the fate of the day not getting any better. It's all downhill from there.

    This is an exerpt from my book "I've upped my standards. Up yours" and will be available on bookshelves the moment I get the feds off my fucking back.

    -> Steve
     
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    steve i so want that book.
     
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    yea, i don't feel that me and her would be a problem at all, she's older and more mature than any other girl i have been with, and things are getting somewhat serious. the way i see things, if things are going to go to shit when we move in together, then its gonna happen whether or not we are married, so why not find out sooner and save us both some time. I haven't even talked to her about it, so i don't know what she'd say, it was jsut a thought. The main reason i am worried to move in with a GF is all the shit i went through last time, when i moved here with my ex.

    i got a couple friends who are wanting to move out of where they are at, so i'll probably end up splitting a place with a friend, which is cool with me.

    oh and Cel, good title for the book;)
     
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