mmm depends if it wasnt creapy & it was warm the guest house
but if not the carAnswer 2
My car definately, I can lock my car doors and if someone comes near it i could blow the horn to alert of danger. Which is much safer than a windowless house.Answer 4
i would take the guest house... and i would paint windows inside =) I don't like small spaces so i could not sleep in my carAnswer 5
I honestly would pick the car. I'd
get too scared in that guest house,
what if someone came threw the windows
and kidnapped me or something, hehe.Answer 6
Car for one nightAnswer 7
I'd stay in my car. I can lock the doors, set the alarm, and have radio!
I also carry non-perishable food in my first aid kit. That should last me until the morning.Answer 8
I can always buy a lamp, right?
Build onto it maybe..
Why the heck would I choose a car over a house. even if it is small it's bigger than a car..Answer 9
house, with a gun with me so I can protect myself while I'm sleeping.Answer 10
Guest House some peps don't have an option like that and are forced to live in a car, make the best of wat you have!
Does the house have no windows or a big hole? u might want to clarify!Answer 11
It really depends if your neighborhood is safe or not, but I'd probably choose the car anyway, because at least you can set the alarm in their and it will go off if someone comes near. In the guest house, I might feel kind of scared cause there aren't even any windows.Answer 12
Guest house. I wouldn't be looking at anything while i sleep, so not having a window is not a problem. What's more, sleeping in the car with everything closed and the engine running might cause you to die in your sleep as the poisonous gas from the car fumes might seep in and cause you to die. As the guest room is styled according to what i like, i wouldn't feel uncomfortable in it. If it is too dark, i might just get a nice soothing lamp in it.