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Re: Purchasing Things on Home

May 2, 2007
haha that would be amazing.  It has to be a futon couch though laid out and never folded up as a couch cause you roll over and play your ps3 on your broke tv with your mini altec lansing speakers hooked up for "better" sound quality.  By the way i love how when i type on this forums black background there is no line and it just looks like the matrix where someone is typing to me....
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Re: Purchasing Things on Home

May 2, 2007


sukomamabratchi wrote:


QCVic wrote:
you will get furniture in the beginning, but you will be able to buy different kinds of furniture.


What would be funny is that you start out kinda like real life for most guys.
You would get a studio sized apartment with a few options for decorating the space. Like say, for the walls, your options would be limited to neon beer signs, traffic signs, and advertising signs.
The living room space would be limited to overturned cardboard boxes with towels on top to resemble a coffee table and end tables.
Milk crates, bean bags, and some folding metal chairs for seating. Your t.v. would be no bigger than a standard def 19" model that you took from your parents house on the way out the door. The bedroom would just have a mattress, with no box springs, on the floor. With a big pile of week old clothes in the corner. The fridge would have some old ars milk, and a few packets of ketchup and other condiments from the fast food joints you frequently are nourished from. If your lucky you have a 10 pack of Ramen noodles, a couple cans of tuna, and some plastic cups and silverware in your what seems to be spacious cabinets. And last but not least the most important item in the whole apartment sitting atop of one of the previously mentioned milk crates, the almighty PS3.


LMAO!!
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May 2, 2007
I hope where able to keep the stuff if we buy it I mean if I get in I dont want to lose my stuff when it goes to the full verison
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May 2, 2007
That is hilarious! Don't forget the empty spaghetti-O cans with plastic spoons still in them!
 
Though what sort of apartment would us girls start with?
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Re: Purchasing Things on Home

May 2, 2007


Akasma wrote:
That is hilarious! Don't forget the empty spaghetti-O cans with plastic spoons still in them!
 
Though what sort of apartment would us girls start with?



Whatever daddys budget would allow. LOL
And I make that, what seems, funny statement with much knowledge, as I have 2 daughters.
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Re: Purchasing Things on Home

May 2, 2007


BluPheonix wrote:


sukomamabratchi wrote:


QCVic wrote:
you will get furniture in the beginning, but you will be able to buy different kinds of furniture.


What would be funny is that you start out kinda like real life for most guys.
You would get a studio sized apartment with a few options for decorating the space. Like say, for the walls, your options would be limited to neon beer signs, traffic signs, and advertising signs.
The living room space would be limited to overturned cardboard boxes with towels on top to resemble a coffee table and end tables.
Milk crates, bean bags, and some folding metal chairs for seating. Your t.v. would be no bigger than a standard def 19" model that you took from your parents house on the way out the door. The bedroom would just have a mattress, with no box springs, on the floor. With a big pile of week old clothes in the corner. The fridge would have some old ars milk, and a few packets of ketchup and other condiments from the fast food joints you frequently are nourished from. If your lucky you have a 10 pack of Ramen noodles, a couple cans of tuna, and some plastic cups and silverware in your what seems to be spacious cabinets. And last but not least the most important item in the whole apartment sitting atop of one of the previously mentioned milk crates, the almighty PS3.


LMAO!!


yeah that would be funny
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May 2, 2007


Shnozzle wrote:
Furniture in Home will cost real money. The prices will be fair, though.
20 cents for a couch, $1 for an LCD TV, etc.



I wish real life was like that...
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May 2, 2007
i'm going to buy a cat
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May 3, 2007
Man someone should have told my dad that. My parents didn't pay for anything.
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May 3, 2007


CBR7 wrote:


Shnozzle wrote:
Furniture in Home will cost real money. The prices will be fair, though.
20 cents for a couch, $1 for an LCD TV, etc.



I wish real life was like that...


Don't we all?
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