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Is this the right train of thought??
Posted 7/9/10 , edited 7/9/10
Messy rooms are better than clean rooms because they have more character.

Well that's my excuse.
Posted 7/9/10
Well, messy rooms do seem to have more character than others.... I guess.... Clean rooms do look.. kinda bland and boring. Too proper.
Posted 7/9/10 , edited 7/9/10
messy rooms are organized rooms IMHO

every time i clean something i loose it
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Posted 7/9/10
hmm, well the situation is different for me. I really hate messy rooms and they drive me mad so i do all i can to make it clean again. Clean rooms calm me down and I feel more organised when i can find them...in messy rooms, i can't find shit.
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I prefer my room messy, but under the law which is parent I must clean it
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Posted 7/9/10

crazyjayp wrote:

messy rooms are organized rooms IMHO

every time i clean something i loose it


YES! i loose important things all the time when cleaning it plus its only clean for like a day
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Posted 7/9/10
my ain't messy! it's just that it's in a different style why can't ppl understand that? =/
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Posted 7/9/10
I agree, messy rooms > clean rooms. They're too boring and gives you a taste of being a freak <.<
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Posted 7/9/10

crazyjayp wrote:

messy rooms are organized rooms IMHO

every time i clean something i loose it

Agreed! XD i absolutely dislike organized room..yea it's easy to walk on and stuff but i end up losing my things and start trashing the place especially when i am in a rush and then ta-dah it is the same before it used to be before i cleaned up

Posted 7/9/10
I just think it's an excuse to not clean your room. Messy rooms also attract unwanted guest, such as bugs or rodents, and you don't want that.
Posted 7/9/10
clean unimportant things,
leave the important ones lying around,so i can find 'em where i left 'em
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Posted 7/9/10
Messy rooms are good for the individual. But when you go into someone else's room, you like it clean. Or, at least I do. I definitely liked my brothers room 10x's better before he was in it.
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i prefer clutter clean rooms...
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Posted 7/9/10
Figures a guy would post this.
Ah, a cluttered room is fine. Gives more character than a boring dull room with barely anything in it.
But messy? No. That's just gross, pick up after yourself. Your room will smell.
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If I had my bedroom all to myself, I swear it would look much more organized and spacious than it it right now! I'm like the only one in my family who would care to clean up and organize stuff. I'm not a clean freak, but I want a comfortable living environment where I won't trip and fall just to reach for a shirt hanging in the closet, which is permanently open because of all the junk lying around on the floor on my sister's side of the room.

The kitchen was organized until my mom used all the cabinets and then half of the counter for food storage. I'm currently spending a few hours a day to organize things in the kitchen...

My brother's bedroom is like a health hazard in and of itself. Dirty bedsheets, always at least a couple empty soda cans, and various unidentified objects on the floor. I bought a few shelves a year ago and left one for him. It is still in its packaging, leaning on the wall. I have offered, many times, to help him put it together. But each time he would say not now, because he's always busy playing computer games. My advice for my parents is, throw him out on the streets, as he repeatedly refused to get a frigging part time job or go back to school.

Parents' bedroom is a little messy too. Neither of them was ever the type to clean up but a few magazines lying in the corner of the room isn't much problem, compared to the other parts of the house.

Half of our living room is used for storage. Mostly my sister's luggage from living on campus during the previous school semester. It's been 2 months since she came home, and they're still on the same spot except for the few things she took out for use. The amount of messiness in my house would drive any normal person insane!

People who say messy rooms show character, I agree, for an entirely different reason though. In the future, if you happen to see a news article on a person who murdered her family because she could no longer stand their cluttered house, it could be me.
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