i'm weird with rooms; in uni my room was usually a complete tip, but at home everything is in an obsessively clean state. even textbooks are arranged in alphabetical order, although i probably shouldn't admit to that.
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How Dirty is your room watch
- 31-07-2004 23:27
(Original post by KOH)
- 31-07-2004 23:35
Does your mom breath down your neck " clean you room it looks like a pig*****" " "how did i give birth to such a pig?" blah blah balh?
A quick summary of some of the things (yes, there are lots of more, but I got bored after a while) littered in one corner of my bedroom at the moment:
-18 bags (interestingly enough, almost all were from the same (clothes) shop, I should really cut down on my shopping)
-4 computer monitors
-in excess of 100 books
-at least 5-10,000 pages of different sheets of paper (yes, they're everywhere)
-17 binders (probably more, there should at least be, they must be hidden somewhere)
-a large printer
-lots of CDs
-3 graphic calculators
-2 large, empty boxes
-an old radio
I could go on for quite a while, but I think you should be starting to get the point. I will be moving into a new appartment in a couple of weeks time, and I'll do my best to keep it tidy there. Basically, my bedroom is now just a place to put a lot of my things, and a place to sleep. I'm hardly ever in there at daytime, and when I am, it's just to fetch something, it's not a problem really.
(Original post by ovalorbit)
- 01-08-2004 01:29
All mums HAVE to moan about the state of the room. Even if its perfectly tidy or theres only a few specks on the carpet u get a lecture. It there job and our job to ignore it and keep living in unsantitary conditions hazardous to our health.
besides, i have an excuse now. what with going to work and sleeping, i dont have time to clean my room. and i want it decorated first...