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Is it a party house? Is it quiet? Do you cook together/have parties/generally ignore each other?
I live by myself
but there isn't TOO much pressure to do so. Invariably there's at least one hung over person in our house of 7 people.
love having people over for dinner/booze. Try and do that as frequently as possible. Doesn't get too raucous but it's nice.
When you said your whistling annoyed your bird yesterday I thought you meant a you had budgie or something. Which is fine, for some reason I'm finding the image of a man and a budgie hosting a dinner party quite entertaining this morning.
would one have to clarify that bird means girlfriend etc. etc.
Would like to host a dinner party with some kind of winged animal though. Imagine someone rocking up at your gaff and you're sat next to an eagle.
one dude here sometimes pisses on the floor, runs around the garden naked, up at all hours, has his friends over and banters/fights with them. Great fun.
rides a bike indoors and has no problem grabbing his dick no matter the company.
the one at my gaff was ripping up books the other day. geoff fucking capes!
in the last 5 or so years, I think I could have a crack at tearing it in half.
My boyfriend's always has people round and gets pretty rowdy at the weekend. I spend equal time at both, so good balance.
It was nice. We don't anymore, it's still nice.
Realised when my mum made some withering comment about the amount of glass bottles in our recycling that we do actually have a lot of parties. Stopped asking who people are if I meet them in the kitchen on Saturday morning too.
they don't even call first, but I don't mind because I don't care if the house is messy or I look rough in front of them. His mum comes over almost every day, his brothers and their families 3 times a week.
We have friends over for BBQs, dinner/drinks, tea maybe a few times a month.
We seem to visit my family more than they come to us for some reason, my dad likes likes being in his own space and my brother has twin toddlers so they get tired if out too long so I prefer to go to them.
I locked my flatmate on the rooftop last night by accident with a crate of beer whilst I went down to do my weekly food shop. She text me whilst I had a full basket asking to let her back in so I had to go and hide my basket and run back home to open the door for her. by the time I did that and went back to the shop, the basket had gone and the shop was shutting.
We've also had the fire brigade around twice (not our fault entirely).
I'm quite a homely person though.
why was she in such a rush to go back in?
it's very dark out there & she wasn't wearing much.
It was grim, now it's nice. We're pals again. I'm leaving on the 30th for my new house and I'll be kind of sad to go, which is surprising.
There's no partying mostly just some cooking and then we both retreat to our rooms for box set watching and being glum.
Life's all about them mixed emotions.
The person I'm moving in with seems to be out every other night. I'm studying again next year so it could be a bit iffy. I'll obviously join in for a bit first, or try to. Wallet and fitness permitting.
I live with three others - like them all and we all get on (most of the time), but we don't really do stuff together and I'm getting to the point where I'd quite like a more social place to live.
We don't have a living room or a garden, which is a huge part of the problem; in terms of communal areas all we have is a kitchen and a bathroom, so we only really see each other when we're trying to cook and really, only one person at a time can cook.
One's moving out Friday and another (who's more or less my best friend) may be moving to another country in October, so once she's gone I'll probably start looking properly.
Some levels of commotion but not a party house at all. I've been there for over 2 weeks and only met one of the girls one time.
We don't have a living room so thats one big thing really.