Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Get The Bug Out Of Your Ass
Can't live with them and I've just found a way to live without mine.
He is letting us out of the lease pretty much because we are annoying him.
Now before you say, 'But Kara, we know how much you love to annoy people,' just listen to my side of the story.
I moved into this apartment in the middle of last summer. I had to take care of the rent by myself for a month and a half because my roommate was still binded to another lease and they wouldn't hold the apartment (after many of the ones we looked at we thought it was worth it). After a bit we started to notice the real dominant species of the earth sharing out home with us.
Yeah I hear ya, ew.
They sprayed once and bombed our apartment three or four times. I can't even remember. I'm sure Shmishelle will correct me in the comments section. Every time they bombed the apartment we had to bag up everything. Then we had to unpack it. After cleaning the pesticide off of everything. I feel like I have moved into this apartment more times than I have moved in my life. And I grew up a missionary kid so that's saying a lot.
After Shmishelle sent him a text the other night (when we saw another roach), he responded that we could move out but we had to tell him by that day and be out by the thirty-first of January. She told him we would tell him on wednesday not realizing that it was only one day away. We now have until friday to tell him, and will be spending all of our spare time making sure that we won't be homeless if this decision is made.
I feel like he is letting us out of our lease because we are complaining too much.
Oh, I'm so sorry that I'm trying to take care of YOUR property and make it pest free.
Sure didn't mean to be a burden. I guess I was wrong to assume that, as a landlord and property owner, you would want to make sure that there weren't bugs.
Consider this my formal apology.