You have to love the clothes you’re wearing when you leave the house or you’re just gonna have a questionable day. You can’t walk out with a half confidence. People say Its not in the clothes, its in you. True, but if you’re not in love with the gear you’re wearing when you leave your place, it could come back to haunt you. I hate when I walk out the house and I’m feeling myself and then someone says, “That’s what you’re wearing!!” Yeah…, what’s wrong with it? Then they say, “Oh, Nothing.” Now, for the rest of the day, I’m looking for problems in my own clothing because of another person. And this happens to me quite often. I tend to have a different type of style. At least, that’s what I call it. For now on, I’m insulting back. I can’t just let you ruin my morale. Someone ever insult your clothes?
How do you know when you’ve exhausted the time that you should stay with someone? You can’t always wait for people to kick you out. There’s a lot of people who won’t even kick you out, they’ll just begin to hate you more and more each day until you can feel it, and then you decide that you should probably go. Should how long you’re gonna stay be discussed the day you arrive? Should you just be like, “Oh well.” People are more likely not to mind you if you don’t disrupt they style of their living. Can they live as they did before you showed up? And more times than not, the answer is NO. If you have a guest and you like to walk around naked, you should share that info. Thats enough for me to not want to stay (if you’re a dude). If you have a killer pitbull, I’ll pass. If you keep loaded weapons in every room, I’ll pass. If you like robbing your past guests, I’ll pass. If the bathroom is your only available room, I’ll pass.