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Anyone have a small apartment with a machine in it?


By sixsixtie

8 years ago



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    #44 4 months ago
    Quoted from sixsixtie:

    Obviously not a washing machine. My place is 600sqf. Now I know I could shoe horn a machine in here. But I live with my fiancée and she's one tough nut to crack. Granted our place is beautiful and it's her project she's made it a very, very nice apartment. She doesn't want a giant machine making an already small place seem even smaller. So right now my machine is at a friend's house. But as this hobby goes I already have another one lined up (POTO for a six pack can you believe that?) I have yet to see the other machine but I imagine it's going to be a fixer upper. I don't mind travelling to play but when I have to travel to put in a bunch of work it kind of sucks. I mean I enjoy working on them but if I'm gonna be driving a half hour I'd rather be playing you know. Any who was just asking if anyone had a machine in a small place and if so any pictures?
    I believe these badboys are art and they are. But with a bed, a desk, a table, couches, and a tv 600sqf gets used up pretty fast and I definitely see her point.

    I have a decent sized apartment and I have nice leather furniture set, dining room set, tv entertainment center, nice bedroom set and my apartment is pretty much a normal sized apartment. I managed to put 6 commerical sized pinball machines( Xenon, Star Wars Stern premium, guardians of galaxy, star wars Episode1, NBA Fastbreak, Congo), 6 arcade1ups cabinets, a1up cocktail gaming table and even a displayed massive vintage star wars , transformers and gobots collection. And after all this it doesnt feel any less spacious than before i had any of this. It's all about managing space properly with a good eye for detail. I managed to do thus while at the same time keeping it looking like a home. I love my apartment and I'm glad I turned it into a living in arcade and still find it to be very comfortable and plenty of space to move around. No problem. LOL

    Quoted from sixsixtie:

    Obviously not a washing machine. My place is 600sqf. Now I know I could shoe horn a machine in here. But I live with my fiancée and she's one tough nut to crack. Granted our place is beautiful and it's her project she's made it a very, very nice apartment. She doesn't want a giant machine making an already small place seem even smaller. So right now my machine is at a friend's house. But as this hobby goes I already have another one lined up (POTO for a six pack can you believe that?) I have yet to see the other machine but I imagine it's going to be a fixer upper. I don't mind travelling to play but when I have to travel to put in a bunch of work it kind of sucks. I mean I enjoy working on them but if I'm gonna be driving a half hour I'd rather be playing you know. Any who was just asking if anyone had a machine in a small place and if so any pictures?
    I believe these badboys are art and they are. But with a bed, a desk, a table, couches, and a tv 600sqf gets used up pretty fast and I definitely see her point.

    I have No problem at all. LoL

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