Mojojita wrote:4) I have a special chair - if you are in it and I stand over you looking wistful, get the fuck out.
MyDearFriend wrote:I can't believe I'm taking shit from a meat-cake-with-teeth. :lol:
BBadger wrote:Don't give it to other people as a gift if you don't know who it belongs to.
Elorrum wrote:good topic, also reminds me how little of what we might call common courtesy, or common sense, is actually shared by as many people as the word "common" might imply. speak it out loud or have it written somewhere. "Clean up after yourself", in a shared kitchen, means when? After you've eaten? before you've eaten? before you go to bed? sometime after you wake up when you feel more yourself? I swear some folks think they are in compliance if they remember to do it at all. A shared area has to be a clean area, in my fantasy camp. Having lived in many shared living situations makes me enjoy camping on my own. I'm a great neighbor, come visit, have a seat, I'll fix coffee, food, I'll bring to the pot luck etc. I love my burning man neighbors!!! but I have my own place to go to when I choose. Me space gets addictive, I guess. This makes it doable for me. No drunk stumblers, shouters, fighters or takers and breakers of items.
lucky420 wrote:The golden rule always try to live by the golden rule no matter where you are
oh and don't be an asshole.
Dr Helix wrote:"You made it, YOU clean it up."
Number one rule in our camp. I know this sounds so basic, but it is amazing what people are capable of in terms of creating a mess and then not taking responsibility for it. Nothing jerks my chain more than seeing a dirty kitchen filled with other people's meals. Or MOOP everywhere cuz someone decided to have a painting party. Clean it up!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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