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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by arkitect, May 30, 2008.
Well I guess it could have been much worse
I'm sure he suspected. The signs were there all along. It was a relief when she finally did come out of the closet.
Now why did you have to go and attach that photo? <shudders in corner... but not in closet>
A pic is worth a thousand words
But it was the first thing that popped in my mind when I read the story
Ah great, now that she's not living in that closet, you're going to find her wandering outside alone, homeless, moving from one dyke to another.
Are they sure she isn't just Narnian?
*shudder* not that picture.
Hell that must be creepy though.
He got suspicious when food began disappearing from his fridge.
Heck yes. I'd be pretty darned creeped out too. I'm SURE I bought more eggs than this!
I wonder if dishes started appearing dirty in his sink, too, or did she clean them?
Leaving signs like this would be a dirty (but funny) mind trick to play on someone, if you got keys to their place.
I thought Ikea would be more her scene.
BBC says she lived there for a year.
Who doesn't open up there closet for a whole year??
The dude must has suspected it... although it was a funny read.
If I found a neat and clean Japanese woman living in my closet I'd hand her a mop and bucket and tell her to stay out of sight and have my supper ready by 5:30.
Or possibly R. Kelly? Ask her if she knows a woman named Bridget, who's sleeping with a midget....
"Now I'M in the closet. Now I'm in the closet too."
I remember a similar story here in England a few years ago. A homeless man lived in a family's loft for a while and took food from their cupboards when they were out, and **** in biscuit tins.
A couple guys built an apartment in a nearby mall as "performance art".
I almost got away with it too, frazzle razzle.
That is hard to imagine, someone living in your closet for a year and not knowing that something was up...but I suppose stranger things have happened...