"It's not spiders I dislike, just people." -Petra
Question #88966 posted on 02/13/2017 11:44 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I'm graduating in December. Hallelujah. However, my housing contract expires in August, so i'll need to find a new place to live come fall semester. Which brings me to my question.

I'm looking for the sketchiest, most run down, oldest apartment complex in Provo. I'm one who believes that the sketchier the situation (whether living situation or whatnot), the better the story. And you bet I'm going to make the most of my few months left in Provo (again...hallelujah). So, where's the sketchiest place to live?

Sincerely,
I'd live in a meth lab trailer court if I could just for the crazy stories

A:

Dear person,

I lived at Sparks II five years ago and it was hilariously old (but not that sketchy, admittedly). Unfortunately, the Goose Girl informs me that the bathrooms have been remodeled since, so my recommendation is a bit outdated. She informed me that Arcadia, right next door to Sparks, seems like it's "been through a lot", so that could be a good lead.

-Sheebs

A:

Dear Meth Lab Enthusiast,

The weirdest place I've ever seen is a very small house that's in the middle of my block. The only way to access it is to drive down this dirt alley that stems off of our driveway. It has a very low roof, which leads me to believe the ground floor is below ground level.

Sadly (for you), I believe this little shack is married housing.

-Frère Rubik

posted on 02/13/2017 7:35 p.m.
The sketchiest place that has approved housing has got to be the duplexes near the former 24 hour fitness.

When I lived there we had a witch burn a Star of David into the road to get her son out of jail. Cops called at least twice a semester. A random guy choke his girlfriend in the street and then punch a hole in our garage door and a drug rehab graduate poo outside his window and crack eggs into the floor.

Look for the house with big letters that says the ranch and go for place around there