So the date went pretty well and she obviously likes the amenities, especially the easy access and everything else lookin’ good, neat and in working order.
The swanky condo comes complete with three star coffee and breakfast right in bed. Or maybe it’s not the weekend and someone is waking up in horror of being late somewhere, or just wanting to leave real fast, whatever the case may be.
It’s all good until the elevator ride. The nosey neighbour, the concierge yelling “Good morning Mr. Smith!”, the Super, the property manager, the fix-it guy, the other neighbour just coming in from walking their two little annoying dogs: they all know you, and they want to know who is the guest you had over. It’s in their eyes. Both of you know. Moment of awkwardness.
There are no sunglasses big enough for the morning exit, and it’s not difficult for your neighbours to know what’s going on as it is 7am and she is wearing a little black dress and high heels.
So why all this? just to remind you that when you do live in a busy community, it’s always at everyones best interest to keep friendly with neighbours and management. Cause you never know.
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