My Living Situation. HNGH.

I really dig my new place. Er, I can still call it new, right? I’ve only been here for three or so months and haven’t even moved everything in yet. So, yes, this place is relatively new and I happily dwell in it. That being said, I, um, well…came to the realization that, uh, I have to move next June.

I’m about to tell you the reason, BUT YOU CAN’T LAUGH AT ME.

Ahem. The reason I must remove myself from my current habitat is because I do not have enough room within to proudly display my video game paraphernalia. That’s right. I am moving because my video game collection is too large and my current apartment is too small.

So, yeah.

It sucks, you guys! I mean, sure, for being a brand-new apartment complex it has its issues (warping floors, jerry-rigged dishwashers, etc) but the location is superb (right smack downtown) and the amenities are a thing that kicks major ass. But I have to prioritize my vidjagames over everything else, and seeing as how this complex doesn’t much larger floorplans, I must take my leave.

This means in a few months I’ll be house hunting — EEK, but I’ll be renting, so it’s not a HUGE deal — and the number one thing I’ll be keeping an eye out for is a large enough room for ALL OF THE THINGS. I have to start looking early, because even though lease is up in June, I have a European cruse in May, and two days after my cruise ends I fly to LA for a week of E3 shenanigans, aaand by the time I get back my lease will expire in a few days.

I suppose this is a good time to prepare yourself for future bitching posts about moving.

BAHAHAHAHAHA. I never thought I’d literally have to move because I have too much shit. Like, that’s a bit extreme isn’t it? O__O

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  • MrRepzion

    I feel the same way as you right now, I’m currently looking for my first apartment on the outskirts of Seattle, but I have so much gaming/anime/star wars stuff that i don’t know if hte 800sq apartment is big enough for my january move. oh… us gamers and collectors.

    • britt5091

      RIGHT?! I love living in Seattle, but what I’m paying for this 2 bdrm downtown I could easily afford a 3/4 bedroom HOUSE. Priorities, man.

  • Deidre Loiselle-Root

    I kinda of love you for this…because it means I’m not alone x)

    • britt5091

      HA! Trust me, you’re totally not!

  • david cohen

    that sucks i was waiting for the next piece of news from blondenerd but i didnt think that this would be it

    • britt5091

      You never know what you’ll get with me, David.

  • I know that feeling too well. When I came to my new town I realized that apartments were just not an option because of all of the collectibles I can’t bear to part with. So I had to opt for a town house haha!

    • britt5091

      I LOVE IT. But seriously! That’s how it goes. I love downtown living, but yeah — these places are tiny!

  • Cain

    I just don’t get how you afford this

    • britt5091

      Everyday I’m hustlin’, everyday I’m hustlin’…

  • Jonathan Ledbetter

    Moving is such a pain sometimes, lol. Im tired of it myself.

    • britt5091

      Oh man, it really is. After moving a few months ago I told myself I would never move again. WELL…

      • Jonathan Ledbetter

        lmao. all the time spent in apartment hunting an moving can be spent playing games, lol.

  • Michael

    First of all, I’ve watched your vine like a dozen times in a row now with it surprisingly getting better after every view! Second of all, PLEASE POST MORE VINES!!

    Also early good luck before your mid-year madness begins. Looking forward to Britt’s Woman Cave part 2.

    • britt5091

      Thanks man! I’ll definitely try to! 😀

      Thanks! This will be the Woman House. Or something. I gotta think of a clever name.

      • brombacherje

        Woman Palace? Castle? Cavern? Chasm? Gulch? Canyon? Big Fucking House(BFH)? fell free to use any of the above.

        • britt5091

          OOH I LIKE WOMAN CHASM.

  • JordanRodkey

    I can’t imagine the packing involved with your stuff. Makes me glad I can fit just about all of my stuff in a car trunk. (minus monitors and furniture)