Are you comfortable having your curtains open at night while your lights are on inside?
Many times during a night drive I see lights on inside a home with the curtains or shades wide open. I personally cannot stand having it lighter inside than it is outside with the windows not being covered by the curtains or shades. That works on my nerves. I wonder why or how people can feel comfortable doing that.
Never. But I'm the paranoid type. Matter of fact all my curtains are drawn during the day as well.
No way! I like my privacy and I don't want would-be robbers to see what I have in my home to steal.
I see what you mean, Allen. When it get dark, I have to close the curtain. I like my privacy!
Yeah, i dont mind. Nobody cares about whats going on inside, and if someone happens to glance in if im even near the window i dont mind them seeing me for a second or two.
Not really. I'm a pretty private person. Besides you never know who is looking in.
Personaly Im not comfortable with it eaither it makes me feel like someone is watching me
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