On Couples And Cleanliness: A Former Bachelor Reflects

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A guy who hasn't lived with roommates for 10 years moves in with his tidy girlfriend.

A guy who hasn't lived with roommates for 10 years moves in with his tidy girlfriend.
Following several years of barely-restrained, insouciant bachelorhood, I'm finally preparing my first move-in with a girlfriend. I've lived alone for years, roommate- and drama-free just as I like it. I haven't had a roommate since my sophomore year of college over 10 years ago, and the only beef either of us ever had with one another was when he woke up from a nap to find I killed his bag of Better Made Red Hot potato chips.

Following several years of barely-restrained, insouciant bachelorhood, I'm finally preparing my first move-in with a girlfriend.

I've lived alone for years, roommate- and drama-free just as I like it. I haven't had a roommate since my sophomore year of college over 10 years ago, and the only beef either of us ever had with one another was when he woke up from a nap to find I killed his bag of Better Made Red Hot potato chips.

Following several years of barely-restrained, insouciant bachelorhood, I'm finally preparing my first move-in with a girlfriend.

I've lived alone for years, roommate—and drama-free just as I like it. I haven't had a roommate since my sophomore year of college over 10 years ago, and the only beef either of us ever had with one another was when he woke up from a nap to find I killed his bag of Better Made Red Hot potato chips. Read more...

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