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curlyarca 07-29-2012 04:51 PM

Hoarders...
 
This is my first time watching the show. These hoarders are ridiculous. The husband has his mistress there helping to clean. The wife was coerced into having sex with her too. Mistress had no idea that everyone else knew she was the husbands sidepiece. This is...sad. SMDH.

Mistress stormed out and left. Lord have mercy.

curlyarca 07-29-2012 04:52 PM

Not to mention how sadly filthy their home is. Just wow.

CurlyCanadian 07-29-2012 05:01 PM

That sounds like a whole other version of the ones of I've seen :lol:

curlyarca 07-29-2012 05:11 PM

Next episode (guess it's a marathon) is a woman whose husband got custody of their two kid pre-hoarding. She's showing us the rat poop and rat holes in her house. Sad.

xcptnl 07-29-2012 05:37 PM

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Originally Posted by CurlyCanadian (Post 2003976)
That sounds like a whole other version of the ones of I've seen :lol:


The ones I have seen did not have mistresses either :laughing5:

I just cannot watch a full episode of this show. It makes me soooo anxious.

curlyarca 07-29-2012 05:59 PM

This must be mistress hour because this other woman's husband cheated on her then moved her out of the house and the other woman in.

Lucky Charm 07-29-2012 06:24 PM

Watching Hoarders today ensures my house will be spotless tomorrow.

NetG 07-30-2012 08:01 AM

I have to admit taking great glee in disposing of things which cause clutter. It's hard when you're afraid others will be offended if you donate or dispose of the things they've given you... but I collect kachinas and leather bound books, so collections of other things, junk or not, makes unwanted clutter.

thelio 07-30-2012 08:14 AM

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Originally Posted by curlyarca (Post 2003970)
This is my first time watching the show. These hoarders are ridiculous. The husband has his mistress there helping to clean. The wife was coerced into having sex with her too. Mistress had no idea that everyone else knew she was the husbands sidepiece. This is...sad. SMDH.

Mistress stormed out and left. Lord have mercy.

I saw this episode. I felt both women were idiots for staying with that fool!! The passive wife just stood by quietly and let herself be treated like crap. And dillusional mistress thought they were one big happy family. He made both women look like fools, and they made themselves look even worse by staying with him. The mistress was the lucky one for getting away from the loons. now she can be delusional by herself.

There is two hording shows. The one on A&E is more like "intervention" just with hoarders. Its got its drama but no were nearly as so with the hording show on TLC (I think) thats the show curly is talking about. Those people are just trainwrecks and you can"t help but watch.

I remember the one episode where the house was so gross they had to have a biohazard team come in. The people were so lazy, the toilet was broke so they would throw used tolet paper and pads on the floor. The woman had diabets so her insulin needles littered the floor. They had jars full of roaches. The exterminators said it was the worst infestation they had ever seen.

spiderlashes5000 07-30-2012 11:37 AM

It doesn't nauseate you to see filth and garbage and excrement and animal carcasses, etc.?

NetG 07-30-2012 01:18 PM

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Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000 (Post 2004452)
It doesn't nauseate you to see filth and garbage and excrement and animal carcasses, etc.?

I can't imagine watching to the end of a show with that on it! Just.... eeew.

xcptnl 07-30-2012 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by NetG (Post 2004539)
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Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000 (Post 2004452)
It doesn't nauseate you to see filth and garbage and excrement and animal carcasses, etc.?

I can't imagine watching to the end of a show with that on it! Just.... eeew.

I just cannot!!

thelio 07-30-2012 01:35 PM

I usually listen to the grossness. I usually watch for the trainwreck to see the bodycount.

The one on A&E is usually not as gross. people would have alot of crap in their house but I dont know if any house has ever been as disgusting as that one. TLC's Horders, I have no clue when they find those people.

A&E's Horders, I have been in house's like thst. where rooms are filled with boxes of junk, but its not gross and cringe worthy. TLC's is Wow!

Lucky Charm 07-30-2012 02:07 PM

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Originally Posted by thelio (Post 2004290)
I remember the one episode where the house was so gross they had to have a biohazard team come in. The people were so lazy, the toilet was broke so they would throw used tolet paper and pads on the floor. The woman had diabets so her insulin needles littered the floor. They had jars full of roaches. The exterminators said it was the worst infestation they had ever seen.

Oh jeez I saw that one too - thats the only episode I had a hard time watching because it was just so unbelievably disgusting. I feel bad for the kids and animals that have to live in these situations.

Munchy 07-31-2012 07:50 AM

So, I just bought a house and about two weeks ago I was cleaning the fridge remarking on how they obviously cleaned it, but there was animal (cat?) hair in it. I remember saying "who has hair in their fridge?!"

Fast forward a week and Dennis, my new mailman, came by to say hi and welcome me to the neighborhood. He's apparently also a gossip. He let me know immediately that about three years ago the old lady who owned my house had a health problem and had to call an ambulance. Well, the ambulance had to call for the fire department so that they could get her out because she was a hoarder. They condemned the house until it was cleaned! :shock::shock::shock::shock:

Why did he tell me that? Why, why. Now I need to throw away this house...

iroc 07-31-2012 08:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 2005091)
So, I just bought a house and about two weeks ago I was cleaning the fridge remarking on how they obviously cleaned it, but there was animal (cat?) hair in it. I remember saying "who has hair in their fridge?!"

Fast forward a week and Dennis, my new mailman, came by to say hi and welcome me to the neighborhood. He's apparently also a gossip. He let me know immediately that about three years ago the old lady who owned my house had a health problem and had to call an ambulance. Well, the ambulance had to call for the fire department so that they could get her out because she was a hoarder. They condemned the house until it was cleaned! :shock::shock::shock::shock:

Why did he tell me that? Why, why. Now I need to throw away this house...


Ahaha - that sucks.

I know I cleaned an apartment (and cleaned and cleaned and cleaned) that I was moving into, and there was hair in the fridge. Like dog hair. I thought the same thing. How does that get in there?


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xcptnl 07-31-2012 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 2005091)
So, I just bought a house and about two weeks ago I was cleaning the fridge remarking on how they obviously cleaned it, but there was animal (cat?) hair in it. I remember saying "who has hair in their fridge?!"

Fast forward a week and Dennis, my new mailman, came by to say hi and welcome me to the neighborhood. He's apparently also a gossip. He let me know immediately that about three years ago the old lady who owned my house had a health problem and had to call an ambulance. Well, the ambulance had to call for the fire department so that they could get her out because she was a hoarder. They condemned the house until it was cleaned! :shock::shock::shock::shock:

Why did he tell me that? Why, why. Now I need to throw away this house...

I would have thought that would be something that would have had to have been disclosed (that it was condemned) when you were looking at it. I think some states have pretty stringent full disclosure requirements and I am sure they are all different.

sew and sew 07-31-2012 05:17 PM

Yesterday I helped an old woman sort papers. She paid me. I didn't realize what I was getting into. Sorting papers sounds pretty easy. Her house has always looked basically neat. Turns out she has papers hidden inside many areas, all unorganized.

I think she's on every mailing list that exists, and she prints stuff off the internet (quite often) rather than bookmarking anything.

Her guidelines about how to sort everything evolved during the process. I only got to about 30% of it. Did as much as I could before today, as now she has company staying at her house.

What most people wouldn't think twice about tossing out she wants to hold onto. You don't want to disrespect the person, especially an elderly person, and attempt reasoning with them, essentially suggesting a lifestyle change...and I was fighting going down that road. The worse part is that she's charitable and has upteen thousand organizations trying to get money out of her (mostly political causes) and you can just tell the organizations are self-serving businesses foremost. There are SO many of them out there.

So having to HOLD onto that stuff...let alone create folders for the organizations, was difficult. But not my call. She could have a massive bonfire with all the paper, not ignoring the fact that paper burns fast.

Would love to see the job finished (might actually do it for free since it slightly haunts me that the other 70% is soldiering on either unorganized or unshredded), but I think she'll be okay with it all again after company leaves :sad1:

Munchy 07-31-2012 06:29 PM

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Originally Posted by xcptnl (Post 2005552)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 2005091)
So, I just bought a house and about two weeks ago I was cleaning the fridge remarking on how they obviously cleaned it, but there was animal (cat?) hair in it. I remember saying "who has hair in their fridge?!"

Fast forward a week and Dennis, my new mailman, came by to say hi and welcome me to the neighborhood. He's apparently also a gossip. He let me know immediately that about three years ago the old lady who owned my house had a health problem and had to call an ambulance. Well, the ambulance had to call for the fire department so that they could get her out because she was a hoarder. They condemned the house until it was cleaned! :shock ::shock::shock::shock:

Why did he tell me that? Why, why. Now I need to throw away this house...

I would have thought that would be something that would have had to have been disclosed (that it was condemned) when you were looking at it. I think some states have pretty stringent full disclosure requirements and I am sure they are all different.

It was condemned three years ago until she cleaned, then she lived in it until January of this year. A flipper bought it, fixed ut up, and I bought it this past month. I'm sure it would have been disclosed if the issues weren't taken care of.

xcptnl 07-31-2012 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 2005655)
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Originally Posted by xcptnl (Post 2005552)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 2005091)
So, I just bought a house and about two weeks ago I was cleaning the fridge remarking on how they obviously cleaned it, but there was animal (cat?) hair in it. I remember saying "who has hair in their fridge?!"

Fast forward a week and Dennis, my new mailman, came by to say hi and welcome me to the neighborhood. He's apparently also a gossip. He let me know immediately that about three years ago the old lady who owned my house had a health problem and had to call an ambulance. Well, the ambulance had to call for the fire department so that they could get her out because she was a hoarder. They condemned the house until it was cleaned! :shock ::shock::shock::shock:

Why did he tell me that? Why, why. Now I need to throw away this house...

I would have thought that would be something that would have had to have been disclosed (that it was condemned) when you were looking at it. I think some states have pretty stringent full disclosure requirements and I am sure they are all different.

It was condemned three years ago until she cleaned, then she lived in it until January of this year. A flipper bought it, fixed ut up, and I bought it this past month. I'm sure it would have been disclosed if the issues weren't taken care of.

Ahh.. I see. I was thinking it had been condemned right before you bought it.


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