Hoard sweet hoard: Roommates place ad looking for fellow hoarders1/12/2013
If you've ever considered posting a Craigslist Missed Connection because you can't find your couch anymore, this ad could be for you. A hoarder household on Treasure Island in San Francisco is looking for another clutter-lover to move in, and they're only considering "legitimate" hoarders. "We are very supportive of the hoarder lifestyle and make no judgments," the ad reads, noting that all have previously been evicted because of their trashfests. As San Francisco property goes, the $600-per-month rent is a steal, but that doesn't include space in the kitchen, a laundry room or a private bathroom, since they're all probably buried beneath piles of yellowed newspapers. But still: San Fran for six hundred bucks!
Here's the full text of the ad:
$600/200ft2 -- Hoarders ONLY (treasure island)
Normies don't understand so we have got to set this boundary. We are a 4 bedroom hoarder household with one room available. There is no space in the refrigerator or cabinets so if you like to cook, this won;t work. The entire house is filled floor to ceiling with our things. We are willing to accommodate your needs with a space that we can clear in the living room for your things. The lower bathroom is not usable but the upstairs one is. The backyard is off limits and the laundry room is not functional so you will have to do laundry elsewhere. We are very supportive of the hoarder lifestyle and make no judgments. If you have been evicted we can be your new place. We have all ben evicted for hoarding and thats how we found each other. We need photos of your current hoard to prove you are legitimate, We will meet offsite initially to see if we click and then we can show you the apartment, No cameras or media are permitted. First and last plus $500 security. [Source]
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