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By OhLorrrddd - / Thursday 7 February 2019 08:00 / Australia
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By  ajh1800  |  24

First of all, why would you just keep your headboard broken for 2 years? Especially since you live with your parents and you're partaking in activities that cause it to make loud noises? Second of all, if you weren't gonna get it fixed, everyone knows you put a pillow behind the head board to stop the noise from happening, and Thirdly, I agree with the person who said LOCK THE DOOR. Especially since, once again, you live with your parents.

By  RichardPencil  |  26

I just can’t get past the pretentious and pointless use of “officially.”

Was there some government Headboard Inspector who declared the OP’s “bed head” as being inoperative, substandard or not “up to code?”

With this bugging me, I couldn’t concentrate on the rest of the story.

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  Kalua  |  6

I would've been allowed to lock the door, but nobody had any idea where the key was. Parents collected them all when my brother and I were little (to make sure that we wouldn't end up locking ourselves in and be unable to get back out), and some of them got lost.

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  platinum9  |  15

I’ve lived in a many houses and apartments and not a single one has had a lock on a bedroom door... I would find it unusual to see a bedroom with one...

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Parents don’t want locks ink little kids’ doors out of fear of them getting locked in. Parents don’t want locks on teenagers’ doors out of fear of them having sex. So a 17 year old could not be allowed to have a locked door. 17 is also the age of consent where I live, so not too young to have sex.

By  ajh1800  |  24

First of all, why would you just keep your headboard broken for 2 years? Especially since you live with your parents and you're partaking in activities that cause it to make loud noises? Second of all, if you weren't gonna get it fixed, everyone knows you put a pillow behind the head board to stop the noise from happening, and Thirdly, I agree with the person who said LOCK THE DOOR. Especially since, once again, you live with your parents.

By  Spartancjm  |  27

Maybe OP’s door didn’t have a lock. I had a girlfriend all of high school (and a year into college), and her parents full on just took off her doorknob sophomore year. She too lived in a very Christian household, and that was to make sure none of those kinds of things happened.

By  RichardPencil  |  26

I just can’t get past the pretentious and pointless use of “officially.”

Was there some government Headboard Inspector who declared the OP’s “bed head” as being inoperative, substandard or not “up to code?”

With this bugging me, I couldn’t concentrate on the rest of the story.

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