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Old 07-30-2012, 08:58 AM  
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Wow, you are so lucky! I can't be too surprised though. I am one of those people that have left a lot behind when I moved. I was going through a hard time about 3 years ago and decided to move. I left two beds behind meaning everything on it: mattresses and bed frames and comforter. I left a vanity, a maybe an couch. I was ready for a new beginning. Meaning leaving just about everything behind.


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I just recently moved out of my old room (I am renting a new house closer to my place of work), and it turns out that there was a huge closet of clothes in the attic I never got around to cleaning.

Too bad none of them fit me!


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What an awesome thread!

I've only found toys when I've moved into new places. Never anything of value, only kids stuff.
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I looked a house a while ago, the people bought a nice house with new hardwood floors and crown molding and new paint inside.
When they went to move in they found no furniture or pictures had been removed for painting and there was no hardwood under where the beds were.
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They just laid the floor around the bed?

That seems like more trouble than it's worth.
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The real estate people paid for the new floor, three bedrooms.
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They didn't just fill in the missing spots?

I would have liked to have seen a pic of the missing boards.
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It looked like they had water beds on a platform, the buyers weren't going to accept the house never mind a patched floor.
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Makes sense now. Waterbeds are a tough things to move around, let alone deconstruct then reconstruct.
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With my company, we get called to remove waterbeds and it's the little things that become a nuisance, i.e., draining the bed before you even get into removing it.


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