Udo moves out. Knarf moves in.
Knarf moved into our WG (shared apartment) joining Uli, Jule, Flo, Wolfgang and me. We hauled a lot of Knarf's stuff in our new living room. We got a living room with all the technical equipment you could imagine so. We now have a large TV, a D-box (digital TV!), Dreamcast and two cats. The living room is a media control station. We even have a second TV and can play synchronously on Dreamcast and Playstation 'Gran Turismo' and Snow Surfers. When someone walks through the picture he is shot with the gun from 'House of the Dead'. :-))) Especially Uli turns out to be a huge fan of this game.
I looked forward to spending more time in our apartment again (after spending some significant time in Germering) and get to know more what is going on in the other's lives - and I was happy about it. Jule however had a problem with that, because she wasn't thrilled sharing the apartment with 2 couples know (which was understandable - it sucked for me before, too, when I was the only single).
We all still complain how Knarf's move went down.
Here the story:
Knarf really had a whole townhouse full of stuff. There was a 7.5 ton truck full - and maybe even a few car loads? We, the complete WG - Flo, Uli, Jule, Tini, ... helped carry all his up the 4 floors! Especially the nasty, old and very heavy sofa.
And on top of that, Knarf was not around for his move, as he went to bring the truck back in time, which seems to take forever. Our mood got worse with every minute we realized we had eventually hauled all his things - without his help.
Eventually he came back, beaming with joy and all fresh and relaxed, while we were all tired and exhausted from the move and announced that we would have to hurry up, so we could still enter the Party Tram on time. I could barely move after his move and also can't remember if we still went to the party or if only Knarf went.
Furthermore, Stina came to visit.
And Flo brought Wolfgang to the hospital. 2 hours later his appendix got taken out. Wolfgang is angry!
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