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    if you live with people and they work and you dont are you expected to clean or should they help you out?
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    I'd say it's better if you clean the flat more often, but it's okay to ask for help too. Chores should be shared among the household members. Well since they are busier, I think it's natural to have you do a bit more.
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    anyone else?
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    I think if you all pay the same rent the cleaning should be split evenly.
    I'm sure the person who doesn't work still has things to do other than clean all day.
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    If rent/bills and everything else are equally split so should the cleaning. If others are contribution more in bills and stuff then you should do more.
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    Just don't make mess!
    And each of u wash up your own dinner plate!
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    i think if you have spare time you shouldn't leave the house in a mess but if your paying the same amount of rent i think its cool to ask for help.
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    if i was in their situation i certainly wouldn't expect you to clean up after me, just yourself!
 
 
 
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