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on: September 22, 2008 05:23:48 AM 
Started by chimes, Message by chimes
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I recently moved out of the apartment I shared with my boyfriend to a different city to be closer to my workplace.  Thus, I've left the poor boy without any cleaning skills and a completely random roommate...who also happens to have a snake.

Anyway...the place has gotten so gross that I won't even spend the night there anymore. I've been hinting that he should clean and he's been hinting that they're waiting for the other guy's girlfriend to do it.  I expressed my distaste for that idea and told him he should learn to clean himself. Besides, he needs to learn so he can help out next time we move in together.  I'm not going to clean our place forever.  Also, I'm super picky about how stuff is cleaned, so I figured he should get trained at some point.

Anyway, I made him a quick little guide with help from pictures I found on Veer. I should have been studying for the GRE cuz I'm taking that on Saturday, but I decided to take a half hour and dump this in InDesign rather than e-mailing him a text file.

Not sure where this should be posted--kind of a home sweet home craft?  Not really a paper craft because it's most likely not going to get printed out.

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