Plus each guest gets to answer the burning question of "What's the best and worst thing about your apartment?"
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One thing to note regarding Jets and Alts who take over after the
other teacher has left is that a lot of what you'll find in your apartment will be "inherited" from what the other teacher has either bought, found in the trash, or "inherited" from someone else - as this video attests to. Hand-be-downs definitely help with containing start-up costs. Savvy teachers might want to jump on the internet and look for "sayonara sales" to help in furnishing their apartments on the cheap.
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