Keep the Questions coming!  

Peche85 32F
828 posts
5/24/2006 11:31 am

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5/31/2006 8:43 pm

Keep the Questions coming!

Keep asking questions in the blog below

Last night 2 of my flatmates (a couple) locked themselves out of the house.

I had just fallen asleep and got woken up and I rolled over to see what time it was thinking 'please let me have a couple more hours sleep' and it was only 11.30 lol.

I didn't know what had woken me up so was trying to get back to sleep when I heard the door bell ring. At 11.30 at night, when it was only me and T home.

We were both too scared to get up and answer it lol. But luckily my other flatmate arrived home from work just before 12 so she let them in.

Maybe I need to set up a camera so I can see who is at the door ringing the bell. I'm always too scared to answer it at night lol.

At least they got in in the end

NiceGuyMush 48M

5/24/2006 12:49 pm


Try getting a peep hole and a chain
But check with the landlord first before you go drilling holes in his door eh!

Practical advice - thats me......

bulging_boy 50M

5/24/2006 2:24 pm

Oh god yes!

Get a peep hole.


Dildo_replacemen 39M

5/24/2006 3:44 pm

Nice guys' comment is spot on!

And yah, never answer your door at night unless you're expecting someone... even then a peep hole is required.

Peche85 32F

5/24/2006 6:47 pm

Well our door has to big windows, but you can't see through the glass. So I don't think a peep hole would be able to go there. And it does have a chain, but we can't use it since the flatmates wouldn't be able to get in from the outside.

Maybe we should have a secret knock lol.

chasingfun27 39M
1108 posts
5/25/2006 3:51 am

A camera could prove invaluable. How else will you be able to avoid the marauding Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses?

chasingfun27 39M
1108 posts
5/26/2006 8:06 pm

BTW. Thanks for the comment on my story. For some reason just checked it, and saw your comment.


SleekIcilyVarix 42M

5/31/2006 6:25 pm

Here's a question...
I want to know more about feminism being to blame for the way kids are today. That's not a perspective I've heard before. Sounds interesting. Explain?

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