If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know how much I love living in the heart of the Village. You know I sacrificed some things for this prime location. Like having a freezer. I don’t remember putting all that much in my freezer before, but when you don’t have one and it’s 100 degrees out? Man, you want a popsicle. Or at least some ice. But living in this 400-square-foot one-bedroom apartment in the neighborhood I adore the most in the whole world was more important than Quorn. Quorn, if you’re reading this, I just have to say that I am one vegetarian who desperately misses you. Sometimes I strategically plan to have Quorn for dinner by getting some at Whole Foods and immediately cooking it up when I get home.
But enough about my freezerless self. Let’s get to the guy who doesn’t even have a kitchen. Or a bathroom.
Meet Luke. He lives in midtown. His apartment is 78 square feet. He pays $800 a month. Welcome to the Manhattan real estate market! How’s everybody? Luke is badass organized. It’s hard to admit this but…I think he might even be more organized than I am. I know! Seriously, take a look:
And I thought my place was small. Hilarious! In an organization dork-off, I have to hand it to you, Luke: you’ve already won. TGIM, dude.