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In a city as beautiful and expensive as San Francisco, if there’s not a stove or a toilet in it, any room can be a bedroom. Where you see a pantry, San Franciscans see a cozy opportunity to cram in another rent-payer.
And with every roommate comes a network of friends looking for a place to crash when visiting. Most people are awesome; but in an already overcrowded apartment, "crashing" becomes especially prone to pet-peeves and heightened irritations. Basic protocol that you would assume is so obviously common-sense just...isn’t for so many people. That's why we've taken the good and the bad and put together a rent-payer’s guide to crashing etiquette.