Wednesday, August 10, 2011

things I've learned since moving to Boston: 2

Taken while moving in...
Our hallway does not look this now, swearsies


One closet-sized bathroom per house? Unethical. Should be against building codes.

16 comments:

  1. Oh, the humanity! Closets are an absolute must. If for no other reason than armoires are a pain in the ass to move.

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  2. I was living in a house with 4 people and one tiny bathroom for a year, it was wretched. Good luck!

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  3. The bathroom in my house is the same way. I can pee, wash my hair and wash my hands all at the same time.

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  4. Economy is a wonderful thing, but not really great in a bathroom.

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  5. Hey, look on the bright side: Now you'll have some really fabulous funny stories to tell about sharing that tiny little bathroom! AND there's not enough room in there for anyone to come in and flush the toilet while you're showering! See? I just gave you TWO positive things to think about!

    You're making memories, right?

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  6. Ha ha ha ha ha. Yes, I'm laughing at AND with you. You are laughing, right? I used to drag my first born into the tiny Boston bathroom when was still too stupid to realize I wasn't going to kill her by leaving her in her crib for a 15-minute shower.

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  7. The bathroom in the office is SO small I keep bumping my elbows whenever I pee!

    Too much to take, I know. You're not alone.

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  8. I lived with five people and one tiny bathroom, so I sympathize, love.

    I'm calling the Red Cross for you.

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  9. At least it's a really. . . umm. .. pretty one. I like blue tile.

    OK -- It's not that pretty from this pic, but I am sure it will be darling once you are done with it.

    (hugs)

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  10. That looks even smaller than the townhouse bathroom. Is it?

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  11. Danger Boy. Agreed. Unfortunately, whoever designed the house back in the 50's gave me four closets, two garages, and an itsy-bitsy bathroom.

    Monica: Four? YOU WIN! That's awful.

    Miss Sassy Pants: Well, at least you're multi-tasking...right?

    VandyJ: YOU SAID IT, SISTA!

    Candice: I need more of you in my life. Now I look at my cramped bathroom is this cheery, devil-may-care way. Think of the memories! THE MEMORIES!

    Nicole: Your bathroom was actually IN BOSTON, not the suburbs, so you totally win this round.

    Gnetch: We need to form a support group, stat.

    Kat: FIVE? You even trump Monica! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN WE HAVE A NEW WINNER IN THE TOO-TINY BATHROOM WARS!

    Mary-- I am AMAZED you can tell that much detail from the pic! The thing is...it's too tiny to even decorate! No room for my MAKEUP, let alone wall hangings. Heavy sigh.

    Erin Maggie-- Oh, definitely. The townhouse was at least like a rectangle. This is more like a square. A square from hell. You can decide for yourself when you come visit! (Cue excited noises and jumping up and down)

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  12. Tiny bathroom...?

    Ew.

    Where are you gonna keep your reading material?!

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  13. I agree...who would design a place of residence like that?

    Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog!

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  14. oh please do me a favor, go to a pub and play Dropkick Murphy's! I want to do that lol sorry about the closet situation...

    Side note: Thanks for visiting my blog! I hope you come back :D I'll be visiting yours fo sho since we're MST3K besties. :)

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  15. dont worry...the bathroom in my house is small too...you have to sqeeze past the cabinet to get to the toilet then right in from of you is the standing shower...gets the job done

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  16. Ahhhhhhh, the joys of living an urban lifestyle!

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