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I 'decided' that I wanted a studio apartment, so I wouldn't have to deal with the roommates. In theory, this is a good idea, yes? Yes. In theory. In actuality, it means paying about twice as much, not to mention utilities and all that good shit. And by 'good shit' I mean not so good shit. What about my TiVo? Can I hook it up and depend on other people not to screw with it? People I don't know? And the phone line? SON OF A BITCH THIS IS GOING TO SUCK!!!! I think I do need a studio, because it is the only way I can be sure of my own personal comfort... ugh. Everything was going to work out fine if I lived at the place I was supposed to live at. But look, I stopped swearing... as much.

EDIT: I'm back to thinking roommates are the way. The reason why? Because I'm sure they'll at least have a couch in the living room, and I know that apartments like that tend to have cubbies or whatever so you can put your clothes, and a table in the kitchen. I mean, seriously, if I got a studio apartment, I would have to buy a bunch of stuff. The list so far that I know of would include: Dresser for my clothes, couch for the room, bed for the room, desk for my computer, chair for my computer desk, something to put my tv and all my games and stuff on, table for the kitchen (maybe), chairs for the kitchen table (more than certain, or if I had one of those little things that are like the bars, I would still need stools for those...) and so on and so forth. I just do not want to deal with that shit right now. Ugh, looks like I'll be getting some more grey hair because of this. Or, I could just decide to skip it all and drop out. Yeah, that could work... hell no!

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snowflake_girl
Aug. 11th, 2006 07:38 pm (UTC)
and who knows?


you might make a friend! :)
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