My apartment with the rice paper thin walls



When I first moved back to northeast, I lived in a four-story brownstone walk-up apartment building for one year.

Actually, it really wasn’t a walk-up because technically it had an elevator, but the elevator NEVER worked, so I always referred to this apartment building as a walk-up.

Alright, let me correct myself by being more specific and say it’s not that the elevator NEVER worked, it did, however it only worked during the months with a letter Z in it, and only during a full lunar eclipse.

Which means the friggin' thing NEVER worked.

In fact, it didn’t work on the day I drove into the city of Philadelphia; arriving in a 20-foot Ryder rental truck, so therefore had to carry EVERY SINGLE THING I OWNED up four floors.

And I thought I was going to have to do it alone, until a complete stranger on the street asked me if I needed any help.

Wasn’t that nice of him? It was as if the heavens above sent me an angel.

So, after he finished helping me move in, I gave him $50.00, bought him a pack of cigarettes, and thanked him endlessly.

Oh, but wait……this nice guy ended up being a PSYCHO because he called me on his cell phone for a week afterward; asking for more money to pay a bill. He would also show up at my apartment, UNANNOUNCED, asking me for more money to pay a bill.

Of course, I didn’t give him any.

I started to realize this guy was just a mooch, who enjoyed nothing more than looking for opportunities to help people, and then hounding them for money to pay his bills.

At first, I was a little frightened because I really didn’t know much about this guy, and yet he knew where I lived. For all I knew he could have been an AX MURDERER!!

I finally stopped answering his phone calls and not responding to the knock at the door whenever he showed up.

Eventually, he ceased contacting me. Whew!

Anyway, back to my apartment……

It was a large studio, with a full-size kitchen, and a nice size bathroom. It had hardwood floors, two walk-in closets, and a beautiful two-window view of a peaceful courtyard.

Sounds wonderful doesn’t it?

And it was….

….except for the rice paper thin walls between each apartment.

(by the way, the floors were also rice paper thin)

And by thin, I mean you could actually hear someone cleaning their ears with a Q-tip in the apartment next door.

Originally the building had been a large house, so the walls were built to be a home, not an apartment building.

And I can’t even begin to tell you all the horrific noise I heard coming from everyone’s apartment. It was like living in a dormitory in the movie, Animal House.

The building was mainly occupied by college students, so let’s just say it was one big noisy PARTY.

And not only did I hear loud partying, but also countless heated arguments between the tenants in the apartment below mine. It was nothing for me to hear doors slamming, objects being thrown, and screaming on a weekly basis.

On the night that my 19-year old cat was literally dying in my apartment, my next door neighbor was having one of her drunken college parties, where her guests were banging on the floor while listening to rock music. It was a nightmare.

However, I think the most CURIOUS noise I ever heard while living in that apartment building, was the noise I ALSO heard coming from the apartment below mine. It was the noise they always made AFTER they had their heated arguments.

And let me just say….

….it was like watching a porn movie, with the picture turned off and the sound turned up REALLY loud.



Yee-haw…..ride ‘em cowgirl!!!





Wishing you a hoe-down weekend everyone!


X

45 comments

  1. When you mentioned the stranger helping, I could see the result coming, and LOL, I sort of thought the story was leading to THAT.

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  2. Hey Matty~

    "When you mentioned the stranger helping, I could see the result coming."

    OMG, I wish "I" could have back then. This guy was a bit scary. Eeeek!

    "and LOL, I sort of thought the story was leading to THAT."

    Tee, hee!

    OMG, they were SO loud!

    Thanks for stopping by, Matty! Always great seeing ya!

    Wishing you and your family a wonderful weekend!

    X

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  3. well, i'm just kind of speechless...maybe it's the late hour and i will come back in the morning or really no, tomorrow night earlier, and have something witty-er to say...lord, this is a nightmare i would never be able to live in, i will tell you that and the psycho, well, i can out-psycho anyone so HE would have been scared off by me in no time flat...i can do the best rendition of a schizophrenic paranoid you have ever seen..well actually i hope you don't ever see. well, whatever my love, goodnight, it's late, i am in bed and turning off the light. xox

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  4. OMG... I'm hoping the would-be axe murderer isn't a blogger (check now to see if HE'S BEHIND YOU)

    I lived in one of those paper thin places, although mine was purpose built... can't think what purpose the builders had in mind. Moving in was a doddle for me though, I enlisted the aid of the entire fire brigade (I knew one or two ... grins) who performed the task using the fireman's lift technique. I'd always wondered about that technique ... wink.

    Have a brilliant weekend. I'll be stuck indoors 'cause we're snowbound and ice bound ... with one eye open for that St Bernards dog that brings the brandy.

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  5. Glad the stalker finally stopped bothering you! I've lived in paper thin apartments before...oh, the horror. I won't even go into detail!

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  6. Your experience has put me off accepting help from a stranger! That's scary! :0

    Ah, the sound of making up should only be heard by the people making up or should that be making out? ;)

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  7. Good Moring Linda~

    "well, i can out-psycho anyone so HE would have been scared off by me in no time flat...i can do the best rendition of a schizophrenic paranoid you have ever seen..

    HAHAHAHAHHHAHAHAHAHA! You GO, Linda!

    Yeah, it WAS a nightmare. Especially since I had just moved back to Philly and knew NO ONE. Between the noisy apartment and the psycho money guy, it was like, WTF did I get myself into???

    However, it all eventually worked out.

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend! Have a wonderful weekend!

    xoxoxo

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  8. Good Morning Valerie~

    "OMG... I'm hoping the would-be axe murderer isn't a blogger (check now to see if HE'S BEHIND YOU)"

    *checking behind me*

    Eeeewwwwwwwwwwww! That just gave me the creeps!!! But that would make for e GREAT mystery suspense book, wouldn't it?

    "I enlisted the aid of the entire fire brigade (I knew one or two ... grins) who performed the task using the fireman's lift technique. I'd always wondered about that technique ... wink"

    Bwhahahahahaahahaahhaha! OMG, Valerie...you SLAY me! "Fireman's Lift Technique" HILARIOUS!!!

    Yes, I keep hearing about how much snow you guys are getting already!! Amazing, since we only got one little sprinkle on Thanksgiving Day. I can't wait for more!!

    Thank you so much stopping by, dear lady! Wishing you a warm and cozy weekend indoors!

    "with one eye open for that St Bernards dog that brings the brandy."

    HA!

    X

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  9. Good Morning SuziCate~

    Yes, me too! The frightening part was that I didn't know much about this guy (who he really was, where he lived, etc.).

    " I've lived in paper thin apartments before...oh, the horror. I won't even go into detail!"

    Yeah, isn't it horrendous?

    Thanks for stopping by, Suzi! Always so great seeing ya!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    X

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  10. Good Morning Akelamalu~

    "Your experience has put me off accepting help from a stranger! That's scary!"

    Yeah, it was. I kept looking for him everytime I stepped out of my apartment; lurking on the street corner - ewwwwww!

    "Ah, the sound of making up should only be heard by the people making up or should that be making out?"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Yes, MAKING OUT!!!

    Always great seeing you, m'dear! Thank you for stopping by!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    X

    P.S. hey, send me some of that snow, ok?

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  11. Noises... noises... in a big city, having a noise space suitable to one's likes is usually the biggest of challenges. Public transportation and those modern time ghetto blasters... but blasters all the same, often challenge my understanding.

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  12. Bonjour Susu~

    "Noises... noises... in a big city, having a noise space suitable to one's likes is usually the biggest of challenges."

    You said it, Susu! That's part of city living.

    " those modern time ghetto blasters... but blasters all the same, often challenge my understanding.'

    Yup, and I can sometimes here them from my 21st floor apartment!

    BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    Thank you for stopping by, my friend!

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

    Ciao, bella....X

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  13. ...Ewwwwww! I am not into watching or hearing other people having sex! A romantic scene in a movie is one thing but just the ol' boinkin' 'em 'til their eyes pop out is not for me. :o\

    ...That is sad about the night your dear cat was dying. It's just a harsh reality of life. You wish at times like that you could just snap your fingers and the world would stop...just stop.

    ...And a big "EWWW!" about the guy helping you move! I take it that you have since moved from that place, no? Holy Cow, that story gave me the heebie-jeebies! *shudders* :o)

    ...Have a wonderful weekend!

    ...Blessings... :o)

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  14. Good Morning Tj~

    "...Ewwwwww! I am not into watching or hearing other people having sex! A romantic scene in a movie is one thing but just the ol' boinkin' 'em 'til their eyes pop out is not for me."

    Bwhahahahahahahhahaah! Bwhahahahahahahhaaha!

    OMG....when I read that last sentence, I HOWLED! You are a RIIIIIIOT! And I love it!

    "...That is sad about the night your dear cat was dying. It's just a harsh reality of life. You wish at times like that you could just snap your fingers and the world would stop...just stop."

    It was one of those times I had wished I could snap my fingers and transport myself (and my cat) to some peaceful, remote island somewhere, where he could pass away in quiet. Actually, he didn't pass away until early the following morning, and it was peaceful. Thank god.

    "...And a big "EWWW!" about the guy helping you move! I take it that you have since moved from that place, no? Holy Cow, that story gave me the heebie-jeebies! *shudders*"

    Ewwwwww....it was creepy. And writing it out again, made me see just how creepy it was. Yes, I only lived there for the first year; then moved to another building.

    Always so wonderful seeing you, dear lady! Thank you for stopping by.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Blessings....X

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  15. Hey there Ronnie,
    Now as usual, another realistic and funny post( you know how to tell it).
    Many people will be able to relate! I can only just imagine and be imaginative...
    I have only lived in homes during my lifetime!

    Close quarters, thin walls,toga parties and no to mention a friendly neighborhood moocher!
    Really too funny!!

    The only thing that doesn't amuse me is to picture your poor cat aginizing while next door, "Animal party" whoops it up. That is so sad :(

    Does this make you appreciate your current apartment much more? I seem to remember you saying that there are also college punks.

    Wishing ya a Happy( and calm) weekend to ya, buddy xo

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  16. Ah yes, we lived in a situation like that. But, what was worse was the fact that we had actually bought the house in London. The row houses share walls obviously. Well, the way they were all configured, each house was a mirrored image of the next. So, our bedroom was up against one of the neighbor's bedroom. The beds were up against the same wall. Once a week, like clock work, the couple would start going at it at midnight. Getting woken up by that is so horrible. The walls were literally paper thin. How embarrasing to see these people and know that they can hear you. Let's just say I was glad when we moved.

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  17. Oh, you poor thing.
    I was fortunate in my apartment experiences--I always rented in places that no one would wanna live. *laughing* TRUE. Then I'd fix up the insides to my liking without issues. So what if people had to venture down 'the hallway from hell' to get there. At least it was a quiet setting?

    I had a bizarre landlord or two, but definitely not the caliber of your little 'helper'. Omgosh....that woulda done it for me!

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  18. I've never lived in an apartment (we call them flats), but I can tell you that sometimes you can hear things even through the walls of houses.

    The man that helped you, and kept turning up at your home, has the ring of a real suspense horror movie!

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  19. Bonjou Barbara~

    "Close quarters, thin walls, toga parties and not to mention a friendly neighborhood moocher!"

    You said it, my friend! It was a living hell for the first year I moved back. And the worst part was that I didn't know anyone when I got here, so I had no one to BITCH to - HA!

    "The only thing that doesn't amuse me is to picture your poor cat aginizing while next door, "Animal party" whoops it up. That is so sad :( "

    That was probably the hardest moment, living in that apartment. Fortunately, Jerry passed away sometime early in the morning when their was peace and quiet. I buried him in the courtyard.

    "Does this make you appreciate your current apartment much more? I seem to remember you saying that there are also college punks."

    You bet! This apartment building DOES have a lot of college students too, however it's a HUGE building and the walls are very thick. It use to be a hotel, built in the early 1930's. You can still hear some noise, but not nearly as much as my other place.

    Thank you for stopping by, my friend! Always a joy to see you!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    X

    P.S. Hope you're enjoying that snow!!!

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  20. Hey Jen~

    "The row houses share walls obviously. Well, the way they were all configured, each house was a mirrored image of the next. So, our bedroom was up against one of the neighbor's bedroom."

    Yes, as you know, it's the same here in Philly. So many of the really cute apartment buildings are in converted row houses. This apartment was that way. However, the one I live in now is a high rise building that use to be an old hotel. One of Philly's first!

    "How embarrasing to see these people and know that they can hear you. Let's just say I was glad when we moved."

    Yup! I soooooooo know what you mean! As soon as my lease was up, I asked about moving into one of their other properties, which is where I am now.

    Thanks for stopping by, Jen! Always GREAT to see ya!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    X

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  21. Hiya Mel~

    "I was fortunate in my apartment experiences--I always rented in places that no one would wanna live. *laughing* TRUE. Then I'd fix up the insides to my liking without issues."

    Oh, how WONDERFUL!!!! A lot of the apartments here in Philly are the same, however when I first moved back to the northeast, I had no idea what area's were what, so I just chose an area close to work and prayed that it was going to be a good one. The area was actually a very nice one, but VERY noisy!!!!!

    "I had a bizarre landlord or two, but definitely not the caliber of your little 'helper'. Omgosh....that woulda done it for me!

    HA! This guy ended up being soooooo creepy! I was so happy when he stopped contacting me - Whew!

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady! Always a delight to see ya!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    X to you and the bug!

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  22. Hey Babs~

    "I've never lived in an apartment (we call them flats), but I can tell you that sometimes you can hear things even through the walls of houses."

    Yes, you're right. Especially if their row houses because it's basically like living in an apartment building. We have a lot of those here in Philadelphia.

    "The man that helped you, and kept turning up at your home, has the ring of a real suspense horror movie!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! You're right! And as I was writing this post last night, I kept thinking, "Ooooo...this would make for a great suspense/horror novel!

    Thank you for stopping by today, Babs! It was so nice to finally meet you.

    Enjoy your weekend and ALL that snow!

    X

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  23. It's funny how the very worst types of killers are thought of as ax murderers. Then again, getting hacked to pieces with an ax would be a lot more painful than a gunshot, and it would take a lot longer to die. I can't imagine the suffering that would take place. So, yes, I guess ax murderers deserve their sordid reputation as the quintessential killers!

    College girls? Parties? Reverse cowgirls? Man...I wonder if they have any vacancies now??

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  24. When hubby and I first moved into a basement apartment we would hear the teenager & her boyfriend going at it after her folks left for the day. Amusing, as we knew the illicit side of it (she was young {15ish I think} & of an ethnic background that she would have caught ROYAL shit for not being virginal on her wedding day I suspect!) I feel your pain with the paper-thin walls. Glad that your abode now is better. Have a super weekend Ron!

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  25. Kinda brought to mind Ted Bundy asking those people to help him put the sofa in his van... only opposite! LOL

    I think I ran into that guy on 17th St this afternoon. He asked if I knew where Ron lived now... hahahaha

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  26. Howdy Mark~

    "It's funny how the very worst types of killers are thought of as ax murderers. Then again, getting hacked to pieces with an ax would be a lot more painful than a gunshot, and it would take a lot longer to die."

    OUCH...absolutely!! And you're right, most people DO think of the worst type killers as ax murderers.

    "College girls? Parties? Reverse cowgirls? Man...I wonder if they have any vacancies now??"

    Bwhahahahahhahahahaha! I don't know, but I can check for you if you're interested. And the rent was an AWESOME price. Heat was included!

    Always great seeing ya, Mark! Thanks for stopping by!

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  27. Helloooooooo Katherine~

    "Amusing, as we knew the illicit side of it (she was young {15ish I think} & of an ethnic background that she would have caught ROYAL shit for not being virginal on her wedding day I suspect!)"

    *Gasp* OMG, to NOT be a virgin on her wedding day - SHAME on her! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Funny you mentioned a basement apartment, because about 3 years ago I was thinking of moving into a basement apartment I looked at, but it was in a privately owned home, therefore there were a lot of restrictions.

    Yeah, my abode now is much better than my first one. Still, I do miss those two-walkin closets, Oh well, you can't have it all.

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady! ALWAYS so nice seeing you!

    Have a grrrrrreat weekend!

    X

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  28. Hiya Peg!

    "Kinda brought to mind Ted Bundy asking those people to help him put the sofa in his van... only opposite!"

    OMG, you're RIGHT. I didn't even think of that. Eeeeeeeeeew!!!!

    "I think I ran into that guy on 17th St this afternoon. He asked if I knew where Ron lived now."

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahaha! Oh, that was GREAT, Peg!!!!!

    And it's ironic you said that, because I think I saw him on 17th St this afternoon too - HA!

    Can't WAIT to see you tomorrow, dear friend! I'll call you before I go to work in the morning!

    Welcome to Philly!

    Enjoy your evening!

    X

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  29. So nice to read the adventures of Ron, again! :~)

    I hope you had ear plugs!
    At least it was not boring..the only sound here are the spirits moving about! hee hee

    Love ya!

    ~morri

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  30. Hello Dear Morri~

    "I hope you had ear plugs!'

    Funny you mentioned that, because my dear mother said the same thing....try ear plugs!

    HAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Yeah, I should have, but was I afraid to block out all the sound, because I was worried the "ax murderer" would try to break into my apartment, and I wouldn't be able to hear him - HAHAHAHAHAHA!

    "At least it was not boring..the only sound here are the spirits moving about!"

    You're right, at least it wasn't boring. And it also gave me something to blog about - tee, hee!

    Oh, I would LOVE to hear spirits moving about, that sounds faaaaaaabulous!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend!

    Have a glorious weekend!

    Love ya!

    P.S. I LOVE your avatar photo!

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  31. I had a job in Philly once moving furniture, I showed up at the job and helped this guy move stuff up four floors and all he paid me was fifty bucks and a pack of smokes, said I could come back or call for the rest of my money but he never came through, just started to ignore me---you know I know where you live---right :)

    Man I'd be more apt to moving stuff by myself than hiring someone I didn't know after that one for sure and yes the sounds of everyone else is something I don't miss from apartment life, the nice neighbors sure sound different behind closed doors.

    Excellent post Buddy and seriously I have never been to Philly, not that I would say for sure---right :^)

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  32. Howdy Jimmy~

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

    Bwhahahahahahahaahahahahhahaha!

    OMG, Jimmy...your first paragraph made me HOWL!!!

    That. was. brilliant.

    And this gave me the creeps...

    "---you know I know where you live---right :)

    Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!

    "something I don't miss from apartment life, the nice neighbors sure sound different behind closed doors."

    You are SOOOO right, Jimmy!

    "seriously I have never been to Philly, not that I would say for sure---right :^)"

    HA!

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing such a wonderful laugh!

    Have a super weekend, buddy!

    X to you and Cindy!

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  33. Hi Everyone!

    Just wanted to let you know that I'll be away from the Internet all day today. I've got a long day at work, and then meeting up with a fellow-blogger for dinner - yipppeee!

    So, I'll be responding to comments later in the evening.

    Thank you for your understanding and patience.

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  34. dear lord, i just knew that was coming. i have no comment.

    hi ron and when are we meeting up!

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  35. Interesting experience. :) Being a woman I'm always leery of accepting help from strangers if it involves them being in my personal space. Now your adventure will remain in my mind.

    I remembered when I lived in a place with not so thin walls but the floor must have been somewhat thin because I would hear the couple above me during their sessions and I'm sorry but it if my "friend" wasn't there it always caused me to call him to come over. LOL! So I bet he was a bit thankful to them. ;)

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  36. Hey V~

    "dear lord, i just knew that was coming. i have no comment."

    HAHAHAHAHAAHAAHA! Aren't I wicked?

    I'm going to have MUCH time off from work after the Christmas holidays, so let's plan on meeting up after the New Year, if that's okay with you.

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

    X

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  37. Helloooooo Lady J~

    "Being a woman I'm always leery of accepting help from strangers if it involves them being in my personal space."

    Yes, I don't blame you because I'm the same way when it comes to my personal space. Even being a man I feel a bit leery, and after this experience even more so. I honestly felt like this guy was just helping me to be nice, but I was wrong. Live and learn.

    "and I'm sorry but if my "friend" wasn't there it always caused me to call him to come over. LOL! So I bet he was a bit thankful to them."

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha! Tooo funny! Yeah..I bet he was...*wink*

    Always so nice to see you. Thank you for stopping by.

    Hope your enjoying a super weekend!

    X

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  38. "I mean you could actually hear someone cleaning their ears with a Q-tip"

    Now THAT is paper thin walls and floors!!

    BTW: thank goodness that PSYCHO mooch neighbor finally left you alone! YIKES.

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  39. Quite the psycho you had following you! I must say, he had an original entreprenurial style, wouldn't you say? All kidding aside, I'm glad he went away.....he could have rented the apartment next door, and with those walls, who knows??

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  40. Hi Meleah~

    "I mean you could actually hear someone cleaning their ears with a Q-tip"

    Now THAT is paper thin walls and floors!!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHA! No not really, but you KNOW how much we "Libra's" like to exaggerate a bit.

    Just a bit, right?

    *wink*

    "BTW: thank goodness that PSYCHO mooch neighbor finally left you alone! YIKES."

    Yes, thanks goodness - YIKES!

    Always great seeing ya, girl! Thanks for stopping by.

    Hope you had a flawless weekend!

    X

    P.S. Hey, did you hear? We're suppose to get some SNOW tomorrow - Yipeee!

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  41. Hi Gal From Brooklyn~

    "Quite the psycho you had following you! I must say, he had an original entreprenurial style, wouldn't you say?"

    OMG, I LOVE it, entreprenurial style!! And you're absolutely right. He should have started his own business.

    Clever Ways to Mooch Off the Needy!

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

    "I'm glad he went away.....he could have rented the apartment next door, and with those walls, who knows??"

    Yeah, he could have been a SCREAMER! HA!

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady! ALWAYS so nice to see you comments!

    Hope you had a super weekend!

    X

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  42. This post is filled with so much WIN that I can't help but laugh out loud as I write this comment. I've often wondered what the sound of cleaning one's ears with a Q-Tip sounds like!

    Then you had to go and tug at my heartstrings with the story about your cat. You, sir, are playing with my emotions. ;-)

    Now that I think about it, this sounds suspiciously like the dorms I stayed in during my stint in the Air Force, but with less breakdancing.

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  43. Howdy Herman~

    "I've often wondered what the sound of cleaning one's ears with a Q-Tip sounds like!"

    It sounds like someone is using a BRILLO pad on a rusty hubcap!

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahaha!

    "Then you had to go and tug at my heartstrings with the story about your cat."

    Yeah, it was a nightmare.

    "this sounds suspiciously like the dorms I stayed in during my stint in the Air Force, but with less breakdancing."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA! OMG, that made me HOWL!

    Thanks for stopping by, buddy! Always so great to see ya!

    Hope you and the family had a wonderful weekend!

    X

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  44. 1. i am so offended for you in this post.

    2. move-in guy reminds me of the guy on the streets of chicago last week who offered to help me find the train station. then he conned me into donating money to some stupid cause that was probably fake.

    3. apparently, either my condo has rice paper walls or both my next door and upstairs neighbors have the WORLDS LOUDEST AND MOST ANNOYING AND RELENTLESSLY BARKING DOGS ON EARTH.

    the end.

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  45. Hey Blunt~

    "2. move-in guy reminds me of the guy on the streets of chicago last week who offered to help me find the train station. then he conned me into donating money to some stupid cause that was probably fake."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHA! Don't ya just LOVE city life? It offers some of the worst and best experiences ever. Yeah, A LOT of con that goes on!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! And good luck with those LOUDEST AND MOST ANNOYING AND RELENTLESS BARKING DOGS.

    Woof!

    X

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