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    Sir-Mass-a-Lot Sylux's Avatar
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    I'm gonna be living with my mum until I ca save up at least a few thousand and a guaranteed transfer in my store to San Jose, CA. I'm still debating on college, but I really wanna live on the west coast.

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    seefy: I'm not sure why, its like they expect me to entertain them or something. Moving out means we don't have every little thing thet would have at their house and we don't have a lot of seating, just a couch and our desk chairs. So it just feels weird showing that to my parents, like yeah here is my place, I have hardly any stuff

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    The recession really killed my plans.

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    My bed is a nice deep queen. I sleep on it diagonally so I can fit but I really like it. @_@
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    My feet poke off the edge of my bed.

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    Man, reading some of you guys' posts...makes me glad for my mom. Grandma used to snoop through her room and throw her cigarettes away (and try to find her pot, which she hid inside a Buddha statue she had.) So...my mom never looked through my stuff. We always had to pick up after ourselves...it was just part of our routine. We weren't like spotless, but we had to pick up and keep things neat. When I was a teen, and I finally got my own room, she made me clean it a few times...but my room usually looked like a bomb went off. Until I got sick of the mess (well, except when I got my own little dogs that stayed in my room when the big dogs were inside, I just kept it clean on my own so they wouldn't sleep on/chew/mess up my stuff.)

    My dad wasn't home often, and when he was, he steered clear his teen-aged girls' rooms. I'm pretty sure he was scared of getting lost in female...stuff. He let mom take care of most of the child raising (thankfully.)
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    Super Senior Member Outcast's Avatar
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    I really should clean my room. (If all the cobwebs are any indication).



    EDIT: And fix the wall.
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    Cobwebs are usually a good sign something has to change, man.
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    I agree, man. o___o

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    BTW How do I go about fixing this anyway?
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