Annie Stacie: YouTube’s Southern Sweetheart
#41
LOOOOOOL.

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#42
YAY <3
what a cutie!!!

https://youtu.be/fPK2Eves4ag?t=13
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#43
"5. This material from 2008 is the oldest known surviving footage of me because all other footage including the VHS tape of my 1990 birth died in a fire and yes that pisses me off"

Awwww man that sucks balls
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#44
Warning, such a Mom question ahead

How do your parents feel about you being out in the wild all alone?
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#45
(05-16-2019, 11:46 PM)thatguest Wrote: "5. This material from 2008 is the oldest known surviving footage of me because all other footage including the VHS tape of my 1990 birth died in a fire and yes that pisses me off"

Awwww man that sucks balls

It fucking does.

(05-17-2019, 12:17 AM)thatguest Wrote: Warning, such a Mom question ahead

How do your parents feel about you being out in the wild all alone?

They’re supportive...

Always have been, about everything, not just the traveling.

There’s some worry that is always gonna be there but that is just natural.

They know I’m not normal LMFAO. So I think they factor that in when they consider what I’m doing.
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#46
How's the yurt construction coming, Flo? I read an Instructable about building yurts today. I'm torn between building a yurt and buying a "tiny house" trailer like my friend's at this point. The builders seem not to have put much thought into maximizing the interior space, which is kind of critical when building a tiny house. I want to see if they'll let me pick my own fixtures and install them for me.


(05-16-2019, 02:58 AM)Dark Dick Wrote: Can I fap to this without the FBI knocking at my door?


What happens at Sectual stays at Sectual. ThumbsUp
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#47
(05-17-2019, 09:49 PM)Guest Wrote: How's the yurt construction coming, Flo? I read an Instructable about building yurts today. I'm torn between building a yurt and buying a "tiny house" trailer like my friend's at this point. The builders seem not to have put much thought into maximizing the interior space, which is kind of critical when building a tiny house. I want to see if they'll let me pick my own fixtures and install them for me.

Hi there babe.

Well I am gonna be continuing my outdoor living test period soon, the coming week should present some clear days and decent temperatures. Before I actually build anything I want to test living outdoors in a more temporary structure.

To be honest...

Long term, I would buy a shed, make sure it gets a metal roof, and deck out that small space. It may be a shed, but that doesn't mean it can't be surprisingly nice inside. And especially for just one person, a small amount of space is fine. Hey... if you can stand up in it, you're living large.
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#48
There are actually people who live in sheds in this neighborhood. There are no building codes in this county.


I'm going to need something a bit larger to hold of all of my electronics. I have a full recording studio, which will require some acoustic treatment on the walls and ceiling. That's the main reason I'm leaning more towards a trailer than a yurt. There's really no good way to keep out noise with canvas walls.


If I go with a yurt, I'd have to build a shed or get a storage container for the studio. The storage container would bring its own set of costly problems, as it would basically be an oven in the deep South without extensive treatment.
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#49
Sheds are the original (modern day) tiny house...

There's no need to reinvent the wheel...

All the uppity "tiny houses" they're offering for sale these days are gimmicks.

You get your shed, and then you work on making it as nice as possible over time.

Metal roof because you never wanna have any leaks or ever have to deal with changing that motherfucker.
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#50
Living in a shed that is mostly wood, well fuck I can't think of much better.
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#51
This one is really just a short mobile home. They do bill themselves as tiny house builders for marketing purposes.


While there are no building codes per se, it's in a POA neighborhood. The POA might have some say in what you build, but there doesn't appear to much enforcement. There's an abandoned house across the street with weeds in the yard taller than me. It hasn't been mowed in the last two years. And some of the other outfits around here are just godawful looking. I'm sure whatever I do will be an improvement.


I think I could do with very limited indoor space and make up for it with a large screened porch. The humidity and mosquitoes in east Texas are nowhere near as bad as in Louisiana. Of course it's only the middle of May, so too early to draw conclusions. I grew up in this area and don't recall it having ever been unpleasant though. I mainly need a bathroom, kitchenette, and some studio / man cave space to work on my projects. I'll have to see what the cost would be to fit out a large shed vs. getting a trailer that's already fitted out.
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#52
Hell yeah.

And ideally (in my mind) you'd live in the screened in porch and only go inside when you absolutely had to.

Ah, a perfect world.
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#53
I just keep my window open all the time , its the same as living outdoors . You guys can live in tents with nature

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTtcU2Lcqr4
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#54
Right on. The only reason I'm inside right now is because the electric outlet on the porch doesn't work, and I need to keep my laptop plugged in. This old computer doesn't have much battery life.


We hung two bird feeders on shepherd's hooks in the front yard. There's an amazing variety of wild birds in the area. A bunch of huge vultures occasionally congregate in a dead treetop across the street, which is a rather ominous sight.


A lot of folks around here hang iron stars on the front of their houses, as that's the seal of the State of Texas. They look suspiciously like pentagrams. My friend had 4 or 5 of them in various styles and sizes before she moved down here, even though she lived in Oklahoma her whole life until two years ago. She said she moved here because of how I used to talk about growing up in this area. LOL
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#55
https://www.amazon.com/Lillevilla-Escape-113-Allwood-Cabin/dp/B00O76AL5W/ref=sr_1_2?crid=A3Q18PEEEDNZ&keywords=pre+built+house&qid=1558151492&s=gateway&sprefix=house+pre+b%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-2

LOL there I go with amazon again

https://www.amazon.com/Little-Cottage-Portico-Mansion-Playhouse/dp/B002UQ328E/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=outdoor+playhouse&qid=1558151561&s=gateway&sr=8-1 (holy shit the price! but damn thats cute)
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#56
(05-17-2019, 10:54 PM)thatguest Wrote: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Cottage-Portico-Mansion-Playhouse/dp/B002UQ328E/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=outdoor+playhouse&qid=1558151561&s=gateway&sr=8-1 (holy shit the price! but damn thats cute)

Now that's cool as fuck.

So many cool things that can be done.

And there's something about miniature houses that is so... magical.
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#57
(05-17-2019, 10:54 PM)thatguest Wrote: holy shit the price!


And you'd still have to build a foundation, buy roofing material, and put in a chemical toilet on top of that. May as well build a large shed and trick it out.


They make these pre-fabricated bathroom modules that are fairly cheap. That's probably the way I'd go.


https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/all-in-one-complete-prefabricated-fabricated_60702530279.html?spm=a2700.7724857.normalList.6.463d6887Zpu48H&s=p
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#58
^^^ That bathroom is so cute!!!
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#59
Hm. I never thought about having a bathroom.
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#60
LOL honestly same!
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