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post #31 of 35 Old 12-28-2012, 07:11 PM
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Am I the only one that is seeing Joe4d as Jack Klugman and Riccil0ve as Tony Randle?...
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Am I the only one that is seeing Joe4d as Jack Klugman and Riccil0ve as Tony Randle?...
No idea who those are so I'm not sure at what level of humor or offensiveness I should take to that. O_o
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post #33 of 35 Old 12-28-2012, 07:38 PM
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20 somethings, too young for that faceman,,, let me translate,,,
Think "2 broke girls", Your the blonde, I'm the brunette.
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I'm not a very organized/clean person, so just keep that in mind when I give my opinion.
If it was my first time away from nagging parents and chores, I would hate moving in with someone who stuck me with "you gotta do this and that this week on top of cleaning up after yourself." I'm fine with cleaning up after myself, makes sense. But I can go a few months before thinking its time to pull out the vaccum.
And if you have the shedding cat, I'd assume you'd be the one cleaning up it's hair mess. If I didn't have a pet but was asked to vaccum up the hair from the carpet weekly, I wouldn't. Plain and simple.
If you have the animal and the high standards of cleanliness, you're gonna be the one doing the cleaning. If you don't like it, move in with other clean freaks.
Just my opinion on the matter. But hey, maybe your roommates are cleaner than me.
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I'm not a very organized/clean person, so just keep that in mind when I give my opinion.
If it was my first time away from nagging parents and chores, I would hate moving in with someone who stuck me with "you gotta do this and that this week on top of cleaning up after yourself." I'm fine with cleaning up after myself, makes sense. But I can go a few months before thinking its time to pull out the vaccum.
And if you have the shedding cat, I'd assume you'd be the one cleaning up it's hair mess. If I didn't have a pet but was asked to vaccum up the hair from the carpet weekly, I wouldn't. Plain and simple.
If you have the animal and the high standards of cleanliness, you're gonna be the one doing the cleaning. If you don't like it, move in with other clean freaks.
Just my opinion on the matter. But hey, maybe your roommates are cleaner than me.
Cats aren't shedding right now, and even if they were, the PEOPLE are still traipsing in with dirt and leaves and tracking it all over the apartment. It's not as if the only reason I need to vacuum is because of my cats. And again, I have no problem doing more, just not all.
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