We’re moving soon and our current apartment, which is 100% cursed and should be happy we’re leaving, is punishing us by breaking down in very specifically stupid ways before we go. For example, the kitchen faucet broke over the weekend, spraying water on everyone and everything in a 6-foot radius, and just yesterday we confirmed that the dishwasher is leaking into the living room, leaving a section of laminate flooring buckled and in need of replacement! What’s the horror-film-meaning behind constant plumbing issues? Like, specifically what type of evil entity have we been dealing with for the past 8 years and is there any sort of ritual I should be performing to ensure that it doesn’t follow us to our next home? All suggestions welcomed!
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