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I'd insist on the most detailed of tours.
I love well-built tiny houses and learning about the clever design tricks that go into such a small space.
If my friend is happy, I'm happy. If they're showing me their home, I'm happy to celebrate their successes.0
I used to live in a tiny home like that. Don't knock it 'til you've tried it.
In the summer, you're never indoors anyway - you cook, eat and do everything else outdoors (so much better than a city apartment with no outdoor space).
In the winter, or when the weather's not so good, all it takes is a small woodburner to make the whole place super warm and cosy.
Most people generally spend the vast majority of their time in just one or two areas of the home anyway, and also accumulate far more clutter than they need.0
I'm a tiny house fan. So I definitely would say "oh my god, I love this". But I don't know about others. My friends would totally understand if I had something like this. So they would say. "Wow you've got what you always wanted. Good job man. This has everything you wanted." with a cheerful ton.0
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I remember the old saying better a cottage of my own than the mansion of another.31
Ah! Quiet the social conundrum. Speaking from personal experience I suggest the following: First, Set their car on fire. Then while their distracted, sneak into their funny looking shed and randomly hide jars of mayonnaise every where. As you can see, this course of action is rational, polite and cultured. The ideal response to this situation!0
You must be able to find something you like. The color? The window trim? The decor? The property? The idea that they won't have a huge electric bill? Something. Then ask questions and try to get their perspective so you can genuinely be happy for their happiness.0
I would say:
"Why in the fuck are you living off grid? Do you really want this hard life? How do you generate power? What's your water source? Do you have a septic tank? Do you have Internet service? Do you have cell service? Where do you shop? What happens in an emergency? It's a very cute house, and I love it, but come move next door to me in a studio apartment. You come home after work, turn the key, and that's it."3
I don't know what kind of palaces they live in where you're from, princess; but over here most average people live in 1200 square foot houses and 500-600 square foot apartments. That shack in your picture is far from 500 square feet, more like less than 100.0
I am really starting to feel the whole minimalist movement. I have a three bedroom.
I spend all my time in the bedroom at home.
Why pay for all this stupid space?0
I had a friend that lived in a small house.
When I first went over to hangout at his house i Told him that I feel bad for him that he has to live like that.
He replied are you kidding I love this house 🏠0
Maybe the person itself is also tiny? 😉0
I’d ask where can I get one myself cause seriously I’m tired of a lot of people on the face of this planet right now. I’d like to live in one on a little private lake. Fish! Play w my dogs. Shoot my guns w no one bothering me.0
I would just ask them questions about the functionality and how this has changed their lifestyle vs a regular sized home0
It’s their life, so it’s up to them to decide how they want to live. I’m not going yo be negative about it.0
Who am I to judge? I’m basically building a garage/shop to live in until housing prices come back to earth.10
I like judging and mocking people who consider me a friend for their lack of means and creative thinking too.
It's fun trying to pull people back into the crab bucket 🦀 👍0
I wouldn't mind owning a tiny home or cabin in the woods myself. mostly because I'm a loner who doesn't socialize that much.0
You need to get more solar panels, that's like 200-300 watts... You can't even run an AC on that.0
I think these things are neat. I've watched videos on them on YouTube0
No, I would ask to stay. I like small places.0
Id be amazed. Impressed, and extra respect from me. Id be asking 100 questions. Id love a ton of land a a smallish house.10
I think it's cool until you're trying to have a big party in Winter.0
He hasn't spent enough on bathroom ventilation, but usually it would be appropriate to say Congratulations!0
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I would say that it really doesn't matter the size of the home. Its not like they're asking you to live in it. The saying goes, that home, is where the heart is. It is where family meets and has fun together so as long as that is what the house is being used for then it doesn't matter the size. Also if they really are your friend I wouldn't advice you to ask, "Really, you expect to entertain me in this little thing?" Unless you want that person to be very offended and probably not talk to you. Just remember, size doesn't matter that much, as long as it brings family together. :)