I should just bail, right?
August 7, 2012 10:27 PM Subscribe
Should I give notice one week after moving in?
posted by ablazingsaddle to home & garden (19 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
I just moved into a new place, and it's going horribly. There are a lot of things wrong with the apartment, and I'm keeping this vague on purpose, but it's not a good situation. The straw that is breaking my back, honestly, is that the landlady is extremely nosy and strict about my dog. We moved in less than a week ago, and every day there's another problem with my dog.
He smells bad! I should bathe him more. (He's a German Shepherd - you're not supposed to give them baths very often).
He barks sometimes. Maybe I should keep him tied up in the yard? (Hell no).
Etc., etc. I told her tonight that I thought that things were not working out, and that I more or less felt like she was asking me to leave. She replied that she's not asking me to leave, but . . . she's basically asking me to leave.
All my stuff is in boxes. It's just a huge pain in the ass to move after one month. Has anyone done this? Should I try to stay, or just suck it up and move?