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07 Ways to Make Your FuraMale Apartment Feel Like Home

According the recent statistics, Male' population is 62,000 people but there are more than 150,000 people living in FuraMale. It basically means that 2/3 of FuraMale residents are living in rented apartments and we do not have to tell anything about the rent because the tenants know it better.

1. Clean it
In a perfect world, your landlord or the previous tenant will make sure it’s sparkling, but we all know it’s not a perfect world. So be ready to do a little dusting.

2. Get the bathroom setup
Nothing says “new apartment” like a curtain-less shower, so hang one up ASAP. Then stock the bathroom with towels, a bath mat, hand soap, body wash, and toilet paper.

3. Plug in a few lamps / lights
Because overhead lighting rarely sets the right mood.

4. Get your Internet setup
Is there anything that makes you feel more relieved once you’ve moved into a new place? No. No, there is not.

5. Go to the nearest grocery store and get the essentials
Having staples like ketchup, mustard, peanut butter, milk, cereal, and salt and pepper will help you shake off that sad empty-fridge feeling. (And it’ll make all the takeout you’re ordering taste that much better!)

6. Take a stroll around your neighborhood
Now is the time to see if it really is as charming as the rental listing made it sound.

7. Introduce yourself to your neighbors 
Not only is it nice, but it helps relieve those “But what if I die alone in my apartment and no one finds me so my cat ends up eating me?” fears. 
But, FuraMale lifestyle has made people distant from human values and no one cares about the rest of the people irrespective of whether one is your neighbor or not.

But there is an economic factor that will always tell you that you are still a tenant and hence can not make your FuraMale apartment feel like your Home.

Governments, made up of Capitalists and Landlords, build FuraMale from all taxpayers' money and make you Pay Rent. 

Can you still make your FuraMale apartment feel like Home?

This is not the time to make FuraMale your Home. Instead, this is the best time for the people from emerging Towns such as Addu (City), Fuvahmulah (City), GDh. Thinadhoo, L. GanFonadhoo, L. Isdhoo and Kalaidhoo, Th. Vilufushi, Dh. Kudahuvadhoo, Lh. Naifaru, Lh. Hinnavaru, B. Eydhafushi, R. Hulhudhuffaaru, HDh. Kulhudhuffushi, HA. Kela and people from islands with direct access to airports to leave Capital FuraMale. 

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