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- n. Plural form of sharehouse.
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It's just that the majority of people in sharehouses AREN'T that kind of person.
I’ve been out of sharehouses for a couple of years now (and much better for it – I’m too much of an only child to cope well with the lack of personal space I often got in sharehouses), and I don’t know if I could cope living with privileged asshats again.
He said she turned to drugs, refused to live with either parent, fell in with the wrong crowd and began squatting in several sharehouses.
"There are no safety checks in these places, no inspections by authorities, no guidelines to ensure the safety of people living there." fire inspectors had recently inspected six illegal sharehouses in Tully and Cairns.
There is no doubt about it someone or even many people will die due to overcrowding, even people living in these sharehouses are complaining about terrible conditions.
The Sunday Mail fire inspectors had recently inspected six illegal sharehouses in Tully and Cairns.