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Moving - New Beginning Or A Royal Pain?
 
# 16 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 09:54
 
 
I moved down the street last year so what I did was fill up one box, walk down the street, empty it and then put it away. Took me ages but it was all very neatly done.
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# 17 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 09:58
 
 


This girl has a fuckton of stuff, plus all the furniture!
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# 18 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 10:00
 
 
We didn't have any furniture.
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# 19 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 10:09
 
 
Apartments here are almost always unfurnished, down to no light fixings and sometimes no kitchen, just the pipe connections and stuff!

The vast majority here rent, for historical reasons (WWII being a big factor) so when you rent is almost like a soft purchase. Renting is a big commitment and you usually pay 3 months deposit, plus another 2 months as a one off fee to the agent, for the trouble of unlocking the door for you and showing you an apartment.

I only paid the deposit, as it's an affordable housing building and fees aren't required.

Still a load of money to spend in one go, especially when you need to buy al;l new furniture.

I had basically nothing, as before I was in temp accomodation in a student type "apartmemt" 12 square metres!
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# 20 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 10:09
 
 
Apartments here are almost always unfurnished, down to no light fixings and sometimes no kitchen, just the pipe connections and stuff!

The vast majority here rent, for historical reasons (WWII being a big factor) so when you rent is almost like a soft purchase. Renting is a big commitment and you usually pay 3 months deposit, plus another 2 months as a one off fee to the agent, for the trouble of unlocking the door for you and showing you an apartment.

I only paid the deposit, as it's an affordable housing building and fees aren't required.

Still a load of money to spend in one go, especially when you need to buy al;l new furniture.

I had basically nothing, as before I was in temp accomodation in a student type "apartmemt" 12 square metres!
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# 21 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 10:15
 
 
At least you can invest in a few pieces as you go along, I have often left furniture behind.
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# 22 : Tuesday 1-9-2015 @ 10:25
 
 
Yes, that's true.

A friend of mine wasted a load of money building a kitchen and then moving out. He did get some back as he sold it to the new tenant but he spent so much time as well as money on it that it was really a waste of both.

In this apartment I bought the cheapest furniture I could get to Ikea, but all stuff I like and want to keep. Only in the bed did I invest a bit more. All furniture and assorted household items (I had hardly any plate or cutlery etc) cost me around 700 including delivery.

Not much but for me it was a small fortune, having just moved 2 months before.

The only thing I deffo wanna keep is my bed, the rest i'd be sorry to see it go but would get over it.

I will only move when I get a permanent job and in a place I wanna live "forever", like Northern Germany (Schweslig-Holstein or Hamburg) or perhaps southern Denmark. Otherwise, I am staying put!
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# 23 : Friday 30-10-2015 @ 10:53
 
 
I've lived in 20 houses in my life for a period of 2 weeks or more.

Parents place
Maynooth - Cluain Aobhain x 2, Brook View, Greenfield Drive, Dylan Row, Leinster Avenue, Cluain Aobhain again.

Dublin - Inchicore, Mountjoy Square, Black Rock, Kilester, Clondalkin x 2, Chapelizod, Sarsfield Road, Chapelizod, Blackhall Place x 2, Kings Inn.
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# 24 : Friday 30-10-2015 @ 15:39
 
 
My flat is very dark and I think when Mam dies I will return to her house and sell or lease out my flat.
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# 25 : Friday 25-1-2019 @ 16:51
 
 
I found the whole apartment move very stressful. All that moving and then I have to move back in 3 weeks. I'll just try and not think about it
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# 26 : Friday 25-1-2019 @ 17:29
 
 
Nice....!!!!
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# 27 : Friday 25-1-2019 @ 17:49
 
 
Thanks!
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# 28 : Friday 25-1-2019 @ 18:17
 
 
At the risk of edging towards Godwin, moving is a pile of Hitler Nazi cunt shit! It’s sounds like it’s nothing but it’s hell!!
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# 29 : Friday 25-1-2019 @ 20:58
 
 
Someone said :
I found the whole apartment move very stressful. All that moving and then I have to move back in 3 weeks. I'll just try and not think about it

Are you getting compensated for it?
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