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"Part of my kitchen floor are thick with dust, grease, part of a broken mug, a few mummified oven-chips, a desiccated used teabag and a couple of pieces of cutlery", says Sandettie Light Vessel Automatic. To most people, that's filth. To some of us, that's dinner. Tell us about squalid homes or obsessive cleaners.

(, Thu 25 Mar 2010, 13:00)
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Not my house, a friends house.
I use the term friend loosely, because while we used to be 'best friends', these days she's a bit of a knob and only talks about Twilight, so I avoid her as much as humanly possibly to save my sanity. I used to go to her house at least once a week and I'm pretty sure that everytime I visited, the crap they have in every room had multiplied. I have never seen such a cluttered house.

She has a brother, he's about ten-ish now and he's the only boy and the youngest in the family, so he's basically a spoilt little shit and he obviously likes to make it known. Their living room is always covered in his DVDs and playstation games and he gets new ones at least once a week. It's at it's worst after Christmas, because he generally has all his presents that he can't be arsed to play with one at a time or take upstairs all lined up against one wall, which takes up about half of the room. They don't have the hugest house either, all of the rooms are kind of small and his shit everywhere just makes it even more cramped. You're permanantly stepping over piles of stuff.

When he gets in from school he just dumps his bags and books on the kitchen table and leaves it there until he decides to do homework (which I've never seen him do a lot of...) or when he needs it next for school. And God help you if you have to move it to sit down or use the table, because he will throw a tantrum if you touch his stuff, I've seen him batter his sister round the head with anything within reach on more than one occassion. It doesn't matter how much you have to step over or how cluttered and messy it makes the house, it is "my stuff and nobody is allowed to touch it, because it's FINE where it is!" I sort of want to smack him and shove everything in black bags.

I could tell you about the bedrooms, but I think you get the point.
(, Mon 29 Mar 2010, 22:09, closed)
Go on
give the spoilt brat a smack.
You'll enjoy it, and he'll thank you for it in the long run.
(, Tue 30 Mar 2010, 9:19, closed)
And shove him in a black bin bag

(, Tue 30 Mar 2010, 14:26, closed)
I would
but his Dad would probably give me one back.
(, Tue 30 Mar 2010, 16:40, closed)

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