The Tenant Not Renewing Their Lease

So, you're leaving in a couple of months and I have to find someone to replace you. Would it kill you to make the place look good so I can have someone to rent out to when you leave?! When the place is a cluttered mess, potential tenants are turned off and will likely not take it. I've told you before I even brought the first person in to look at it to clean it up. All you did was wash a couple of counters and sweep and mop. I was so ashamed to bring people in this week. You had bags of books sitting in the hallway, empty boxes and reusable grocery bags in the corner of the kitchen, and the fridge was full of messy shit. Your bathroom was clean but you had hair and makeup products taking up the entire vanity. I don't want to hear your excuses—I don't give a fuck that the place is too small to store all your reusable bags and books and boxes you say you'll lose later. Don't bitch to me about there not being a decent closet. I don't care what you do, get rid of this shit... leave it at a friend's or something, whatever, just keep it outta here! I warned you of my dissatisfaction with the state you're keeping the place in, so fix it up. But hey, what the fuck do you care? It's not YOUR responsibility to get a replacement for yourself... it's someone else's. But you know what, judging by your lousy housekeeping abilities you won't be getting your damage deposit back! — Embarrassed Landlord Running Outta Patience

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