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Sydney 2 year s ago
Why is this a random avatar? Lol
       
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Lonzo 2 year s ago
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Rudolph 2 year s ago
#16 *safe
       
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Pres 2 year s ago
#16 I live in a city in the Netherlands where spring-water is litterally coming out of the tap so I would never buy that brand in a shop.
However, I do have a couple of bottles of water in case op emergancy so there is that...
       
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Alanson 2 year s ago
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"I inherited a house that I lovingly call “a ramblin’ ranch” – it’s all 1 floor and has 3 bd and 2.5 baths. It’s spacious enough, but definitely small compared to most other family homes in my ‘burb (think 90’s and 2000’s McMansions) and definitely is still rockin’ its original 80’s vibe.

We seriously considered moving into a bigger house for about a year. Worked with an agent, saw tons of houses and after a year, we saw that though these houses were all bigger than our current house, not one of them was better than our current house (our house has a lot of unique features which are difficult to replicate in another home) and we’ve decided to stay and renovate instead and I think we’ll be happier (and much less light in the pocket) for it."

 

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