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    08-24-2012, 04:53 PM
I was thinking about this one, and I guess when I tell people to make themselves at home, then that would have to include moving furniture

I guess it's not a big deal in my book, but then other things are, so I can understand how it bothers you. When we had twin beds I used to ask couples up front if they wanted them pushed together, or if they were made as singles then say if they want to push them together they can.

It is a way of getting control back, if you sort it out beforehand, then you know what to expect.
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    08-24-2012, 05:01 PM
I wouldn't move myself without asking for permission first, but I can see why people may want to do it. However if they do I think they have to move it back before moving out.

Taffy, before renting, can you ask HOW they want to have it (separate or together) and re-arrange yourself?

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