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Posted 1/30/13
My room is clean. It's coated with dust though. Lol.
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Posted 1/30/13

Naicisum wrote:

My room is clean. It's coated with dust though. Lol.


Same, I'm a bit OCD so I keep my room neat and clean.

The only problem is, I guess my skin layer regenerates like crazy because I also tend to get a dust buildup after only a few days.
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Posted 1/30/13

_Jurnee_ wrote:

Clean your own room, you weinie.


Just to clarify again...

I was in bed sick, I do usually clean my own room. Over time, things had built up and I was going to clean it again. My mother, being my mother and all, decided to get all the bottles and cans she could find and arrange them as shown, it was then my job to clean the room. Which I have done, subsequently
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Posted 1/30/13
I can be a bit lazy when it comes to cleaning my room. In my old room (where i barely had any walking room as is due to bed/desk taking up 3/4ths of the room) i'd have cans/bottle stack up to the point where you couldn't see my floor at which point I was essentially forced to clean it so i had room to walk.

I still only clean my current one once a month (or when my desk runs out of room to put empty bottles on)
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Posted 1/31/13
every year my paper works get checked by the prof and returned to me. i place them on the desk or hide some inside a drawer. or when i have an empty pen i just leave it lying on the desk (i throw it away sometimes though ). then when spring cleaning comes my mum gets so worked up about it because i dont clean my room. she goes, "every girl should learn how to clean"
Posted 1/31/13

PrincessLunza wrote:


_Jurnee_ wrote:

Clean your own room, you weinie.


Just to clarify again...

I was in bed sick, I do usually clean my own room. Over time, things had built up and I was going to clean it again. My mother, being my mother and all, decided to get all the bottles and cans she could find and arrange them as shown, it was then my job to clean the room. Which I have done, subsequently :)


Oh! Well that's just adorable then. (:
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Posted 1/31/13
When I was younger I tried to tell my mom that it was pointless to clean my room since the Second Law of Thermodynamics showed that my room would inevitably become more chaotic as time went on. She neither knew nor cared about the Second Law of Thermodynamics though, so I cleaned my room.
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Posted 1/31/13
I clean my room every once in awhile.
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Posted 1/31/13
When I was a teenager I was very messy and let bottles and clothes pile up in my room all the time like you. My parents were horrified when they came to visit my dorm room during finals week at college one year as i'd been too busy studying/sleeping to clean at all. I'm 22 now and now that I have my own apartment I'm actually becoming a bit of a neat freak. I get on my roommate abour not leaveing bottles and plates lying around and leaving crap on the floor so I guess I'm maturing .

Still my definiton of clean is not the same as my OCD clean freak mom or my incredibly messy father's. Having had one parent from each end of the spectrum has taught me the value of moderation and the pitfalls of being too clean(it drives you crazy unless you live alone) and being too messy(embarrassing, hard to get around, and not good for peace of mind).
Posted 2/8/13
I clean my own room everyday... I hate being messy because I always lose important stuff. Not to mention I'm sharing rooms with a sibling... Who is apparently older than me and can't seem to clean up her own mess, so I end up doing twice the work to make OUR room clean as possible.
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Posted 2/9/13
I like to organize things, but only things that are going to stay organized. If I find it's a futile battle, I will eventually retire. I found out that even if I spend two whole days tidying my room top to bottom, it'll look as bad as ever in a week. And I can't find most of my stuff for months after. So I mostly give up.

My truce is that the rest of the house has to be tidy. I'll keep the kitchen, living room, dining room organized to a pin. I just consider my bedroom to be my "nest", and as such it can be as messy as I want it.
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Posted 2/9/13
I just shove my stuff in my closet because no one goes in there. I can also find stuff easier because I know if I need something its in the closet. Now if someone was to open that closet....
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Posted 2/9/13
I usually organize but I don't like people touching things that are mine.
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Posted 2/9/13
My only Advice, throw away anything that had food or liquid in it. Mold can grow and you can get really sick. no joke
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Posted 2/9/13
Know how you feel. However, though, my room is still cluttered with empty Mountain Dew 12 oz. cans, 16 oz. cans, 20 oz. bottles, and 24 oz. cans. Talk about a drinking problem, lol.
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