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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-21-2019, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Living in apartments

my 1st time

not going anywhere. knew this home'll be my grave/coffin.

special way of communicating:

BANGING/SLAMMING all doors. NOT ME! interior wood, incl. main red entrance/exit door. car door slams reach my ears when in my home.

what class lives here? not a 100, 150, 200+ storey place.

so many high rise of 1970s this town! more added recently last few years. Human population, society... what percentage of human activity? building homes? i missed out! i found laying bricks, playing or watching sport mindless?
from age 4 forever. just all science for me. engineering for me. no place for me. i don't belong on earth.

since 2013 my last ever chance leave home to work. now a resident 24/7

rare get any sleep. proud i usually get out some days, wheels or not.

domestic lifestyle... why banging & thudding all time, all day?
violence? why walls bang? shaking. repetitive bangs of ADHD? severe

worst is resident flux too high! we moved in 2001. sure we made noise with sofa, bed, cabinets, drawer chests, many. i earned money. no so bad. noises never experienced in early years. best mates above and below, met a lot, looking after cats during their holidays...

recent years nobody lasts in here. some have stayed quite a few years since the best bunch moved out. more just make all noises arriving and going. serious back to shell bare brickwork! sewer & drain seen! no swaneck! Stinky! mont, years taken ripping all out. all re-installed. some really do quit and go as soon as 6 months! i handle this stuff well.
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Do you have any nice places to relax there?
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How do you afford an apartment if you dont wokr?

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post #5 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-05-2019, 04:01 PM
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Tbh, i live in a basement apartment
So i hear CONSTANT banging, slamming, and heavy footsteps
Honestly, i just wear headphones all the time
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I lived in a few apartments as a teenager. I'd prefer not to ever live in one again. I'm really not fond of having neighbors within sight let alone in the same building as me.
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Only good thing about it is no grass to cut and no driveway to shovel. We once rented a house for a year or so and that was nice. Renting a house is probably the best of both worlds. I must have cut grass when we were renting that house but I don't remember ever doing it once.

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Houses are freaking expensive so no choice but to live in an apartment.
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Originally Posted by Cool Ice Dude55 View Post
How do you afford an apartment if you dont wokr?
not expensive. shoddy

they all get converted from hotels to apartments and other way round too.
saw another with elevators integrated, ugh.

poor architecture
rattlinnggg whole. doors shake. compounded experience (yesterday eve) and all past: all banging in corridor when no one knows how to operate a dooor! i wish to teach, but shouldn't try. fumbling with all locks. they lose keys. whoops. seems that frantic they hooving my door directly, desperate. out peephole; nothing to see. just out window, see who comes out, in what state? anger or sorrow? with wheeled container walking away. i the only one to remain here.. past a whole.. 6, six months, et, al

finished mortgage when Dad died, so brother arranged selling the trailer home extremely elder parents some advantage? the pass away soonest

worst, overhead leaseyhold
my strategy was avoid rent.
held over it forever. grroundd rent + service chargez
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-05-2019, 11:58 PM
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Tbh I don't think I'd even want a house even if I could afford one. I lived in one for a long time with my wife - but if you're on your own an apartment is great. I don't mind the other people. The good thing about apartments is the view - I'm on the 8th floor and I've got a great view. I used to find it pretty boring out in the suburbs in a house - I felt more isolated. You'd look out the window and just see what's going past your house - in an apartment you can see for miles.
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