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post #181 of 1897
Yardsale, your place is very nicely done for only two years out of college! You're way ahead of the point where I was at that age.
post #182 of 1897
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Some very nice dwellings. I'm only two years out of college and living on my own far from family, but I enjoy the freedom. I'll get there.








Wow! How do you make it all not messy like that? When I was fresh out of college, I could only step on a predetermined path to get from bed to door because of all the stuff everywhere.
post #183 of 1897
Great light in that apartment. I love the windows and floors. Buildings look a little like Queens, NY.
post #184 of 1897
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Very nice, where is this at?

los angeles. i keep it as immaculate as possible because when used to have roommates, they were slovenly and so was I.
post #185 of 1897
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los angeles. i keep it as immaculate as possible because when used to have roommates, they were slovenly and so was I.

Is that near 3rd and Western? Hancock Park-adjacent? I feel like I recognize the neighborhood.
post #186 of 1897
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Some very nice dwellings. I'm only two years out of college and living on my own far from family, but I enjoy the freedom. I'll get there.

Nice. I really like the dark hardwood floor and the windows. Bricks are neat too.
post #187 of 1897
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Nice. I really like the dark hardwood floor and the windows. Bricks are neat too.

Ya, those windows are awesome. It's well-decorated in general. Does your white carpet not get dirty near the windows though? In every single apartment I've been in in montreal, it's been impossible to keep the windowsill clean. Dirt seems to blow up from the traffic below or something. In my current place, if I walk around near the window in my bedroom with white socks they get dirty really fast. It's really annoying cause i'm always having to wash the floors.
post #188 of 1897
yardsdale,

where did you get that rug?
post #189 of 1897
I got it off eBay and I get the guy locally, it was some warehouse that sold them in l.a. around 170 bucks IIRC, fairly cheap for such a big size.
post #190 of 1897
Is that a Swedish rug?
post #191 of 1897
Aragon,
Where in Winnipeg is it? I can't place it at all. Is it downtown? Off Corydon?

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correct, EL72...
post #192 of 1897
I wouldn't call it a crib as it's just a room that I am currently renting while I figure out my employment situation.

post #193 of 1897
^You've consumed some stellar beers.
post #194 of 1897
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^You've consumed some stellar beers.

And that's just last night.
post #195 of 1897
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^You've consumed some stellar beers.
Thank you but I only drank one or two of those. They are bottles I have collected in the last few months for display.
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