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[Aug. 14th, 2003|04:42 pm]
Nchanter
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so just talked with my landlord. even though he said ok to the party (tomorrow's party) when i asked if i could have one, now he's less than thrilled about it.

so- just so everyone knows

a- shoes off in the apartment
b- no music after 11
c- better not be too loud in general
d- i would REALLY love it if people DIDN'T stay over. yes i said you could. but if you could just make your way back home, that would be better. PLEASE talk to me about it!! i told him i already told some people they could stay over, but the fewer, the better. that and your not allowed to shower in the morning if you do stay over, water is expensive in watertown.

oh, and if not staying over means you have to leave at like 11, so be it. check out mbta.com for transportation details.

--k

e- if you don't talk to me about staying over i'm assuming that your not.
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[User Picture]From: minkrose
2003-08-14 04:16 pm (UTC)
good luck enforcing those, babe. i'll comply fo' sho', though. i pwomise.

there, life just got one person easier ::smiles::

SECONDLY - if i could be helpful in driving ppl home... i will be willing to help out with a couple ppl. I dont have my own car, but i should have *A* car, so i am willing to drive some ppl if they are semi-local and i can find my way home from their house. I won't need to be notified ahead of time, just someone saying so at your party, and we can figure it out.

::tips hat:: poik!
- Minkables
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[User Picture]From: summerrose
2003-08-14 07:37 pm (UTC)
Does Brookline count as semi-local?
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[User Picture]From: cos
2003-08-15 10:42 am (UTC)
I could give someone a ride to Brookline probably.
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[User Picture]From: summerrose
2003-08-15 11:36 am (UTC)
That would be fantastic. Thank you.
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[User Picture]From: msjones
2003-08-15 06:42 am (UTC)

Duderominy

Geez, thats a whole lot of rules. Since when do you have to ask your landlord whether you can have a party or not. You DO pay to live there. Its not ike hes your dad, dude. Doe he live, like, right under you or something?
Anyways, I'm not sure if I'm gonna be able to make it. I have to run off to New Hampshire to visit my father, the whole fam's going. Definitely a drag, and even if your party had a specially composed handbook just for its regulations and parameters, I'd still rather go to it than stay in a smelly little cabin for three days with BOTH my parents (I haven't seen them both in the same place all summer) and sister. However, unfortunately, family duty calls and it doesn't look like I'm gonna be able to get out of it. If Is still can, I'll give you a buzz to rechange my mind.
Sorry I (probably) won't be able to make it, I hope you guys have a BLAST!
Luv and kisses'
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[User Picture]From: nchanter
2003-08-15 06:59 am (UTC)

Re: Duderominy

yes, he does live right under me. which hasn't been an issue, as he doesn't sleep, until now.

you will be missed hon
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