I’m Packing Up The Woman Cave!

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That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. Say goodbye to the woman cave we (meaning I) grew to love and admire. Say goodbye to the woman cave; the butt of many perverted jokes. JUST FRIGGEN’ SAY GOODBYE AND GET IT OVER WITH — THIS IS REALLY, REALLY HARD FOR ME! /cries

At the end of the month I’m packing up all of my woman cave’s contents and transferring them into a new (literally, it’s brand new) two-bedroom apartment in Seattle. While I’ll still have a woman cave in my new pad, it’ll be more of a woman apartment if you will — and you will — and I am STOKED to, um, expand the, erm, walls of my woman cave. [Pokemon reference incoming] What? WOMAN CAVE is evolving!

I intentionally pointed out the place I’m moving into is brand-new not because I’m trying to be a douchey douchebag, but because the place I live in now is kinda, well, old and it’s going to be like moving into another REALM. You see, most of my current appliances are ancient (not to mention the stove is a nasty yellow color) the walls are worn, the living room carpet has perma-stains and during the summer I always encounter a sugar ant infestation. Seriously. If I leave ANYTHING in the sink that has trace amounts of sugar, ten minutes later  it’ll look like there’s a black, ghostly figure moving about my kitchen. Oh. I also find them in the living room, the bedroom, the woman cave…

Of course this means as soon as I get back from E3 (I expect to be fully rested, physically and mentally oh wait this is E3 we’re talking about) I’m gonna have to start putting all of my games, consoles, controllers, etc.  away in boxes, and I have NO idea how I’m going to transport some of the other items. ‘Probably have to use even bigger boxes. HELLO, MOVERS. I NEED YOU.

Honestly guys, I hate moving. But it’s going to be so, SO worth it! Here are a few shots of my future home:


The entranceway to my future woman apartment.


Where I’ll be most of the time. HA. Yeah right. I can only cook hot pockets.

Before I start packing up I’d like to do a MTV Cribs-esque tour of my current place. Y’know, for in the future when the 17.5th woman cave becomes a thing I can look back and be all, “OH YEAH! That’s what the ORIGINAL woman cave looked like!”

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