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Experience the Hell of Finding an Apartment in San Francisco

Have you ever experienced the hell that is finding an apartment in San Francisco? Now you can share your pain with your friends.

David Cross

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237 articles, 24 comments

1. You think, “I’m going to live in the Mission, and it will be great!”

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2. But then you’re like, “Damn it! Everyone wants to live in the Mission!”

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3. So, you get on Craigslist, and see how much a crappy one room costs! What are you made of money?

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4. But you really want to live in San Fran, so you write a bio explaining how unique and wonderful you are. Everyone will love you.

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5. You send one email.

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6. No response!

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7. You get desperate, and expand your area, because you didn’t really want to live in the Mission. Maybe the Tenderloin. It’s not that scary.

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8. You send on average an email every five minutes.

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9. Ding! You got a reply! You dance!

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10. It’s a scam. Hysteria sets in.

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11. More emails!

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13. You wait!

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14. Rejection!

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15. Even more emails! At work! At home! All day! Every Day!

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16. Ding! It’s another scam. This guy’s “on a crusade,” so you can totally trust him.

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17. Another roommate interview!

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18. You love them!

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19. They hate you!

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20. Your lease is up in a week!

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21. So many emails your fingers hurt!

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22. Roommate interview! Hide your crazy!

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23. They like you.

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24. You got an apartment.

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posted on: July 29, 2013
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  1. Broderick Perkins

    Damn funny

    • David Cross in response to Broderick Perkins

      Thanks Broderick. This is exactly how I felt when I was looking for an apartment about two months back.

 

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