I grew up in a confirmed by us haunted house.That, IMO, should be a deal breaker for everyone.
Hey, I have to say Brooklyn is a nice place to visit but a great place to live.I grew up in south philly and now living in Brooklyn, so I can't be too choosy
“It’s ironic that no matter where I go, I meet people from Brooklyn. I’m proud of that heritage. It’s where I’m from, who I am.”What is not to love about this awesome borough? It is diverse, with people of different cultures coming together to occupy a beautiful portion of a great city!
With all this energy and culture, no wonder Brooklyn has produced many top-level performers that have taken the world by storm. Beyond its performers and the art they produce, Brooklyn is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in New York City. Starting from the legendary Brooklyn Bridge to Coney Island, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and many more.
Brooklyn also has a lot of wisdom in its heart and many of its natives have shared that wisdom from time to time.
Yes, I agree. I think having one's own bathroom can help a marriage immensely. I know that was one of my deal breakers too. When we got engaged and started looking for a new home I said we each need our own bathroom. It is definitely a plus in my book.Oh I can think of a house dealbreaker I forgot to add - I agree with a lot of them that have been posted here, too, but one I haven’t seen yet - I need a bathroom for every bedroom in the house (preferably en-suite, but if not, at least a dedicated bathroom per bedroom). Or at most have one less bathroom per bedroom. I just hate having to manage multiple people through one toilet and shower.
I am glad it works for you Sally. I don't mind having more bathrooms to clean especially because Greg cleans his own bathroom so that works for me lol.I’m the opposite. I love having just one bathroom to clean. But there are only two of us.
Yes lying is right up there with one of the most unpleasant behaviors IMO. If you can be so generous and call it a behavior. Sometimes I think (with some people) it is a character flaw. I do not care for liars.Lying.
I’m sure I’ll come up with others but “don’t lie” encompasses a lot for me.
Oh and narcissistic people. Total dealbreaker.
I am right there with you @Rons WolfeIn a life partner? Dishonesty, arrogance, needless unkindness, negative attitude, smoker, controlling, doesn't like cats, can't have a decent conversation, doesn't bathe, drinks to excess, thinks women are second class citizens.
Not for me! I've almost always lived in hopping old houses
I don't know, I assume it would be a selling point for some. Or at least negotiable.
I grew up in a confirmed by us haunted house.
It was kewl.
Mine tiger wanted nothing to do with the basement however and would growl down the steps.
The house my friends mom owned however no one would want.
It is an empty lot to this day.
This covers a lot of my dealbreakers, except alter to “doesn’t like animals especially dogs”. Probably being vegan, tee-total and a Labour/Greens voter would also be a dealbreaker! It would be hard to reconcile that with my family and I’m very close to them.In a life partner? Dishonesty, arrogance, needless unkindness, negative attitude, smoker, controlling, doesn't like cats, can't have a decent conversation, doesn't bathe, drinks to excess, thinks women are second class citizens.