Slippers under pillow, shoes on the table, socks in microwave, underwear in the kitchen and headphones in fridge are some of the most drastic, unbelievable, worst and stupid things possible in a messy room. It’s never been a ‘baayien haath ka khel’ when it comes to cleaning up the disorganised and muddled room which the ‘mess creators’ love and here are no tips either! Many of them love being in such an environment is what they say. A handheld vacuum could help to tackle the mess in a room like this – full information to handheld vacuums. Some more reasons or excuses in this defence:
I live alone, it doesn’t bother me
Yes, it doesn’t. Unless there’s an hour left for my family to arrive….agree?
I prefer cleaning ‘Tomorrow’ than ‘Today’
Because tomorrow would be another day, you procrastinator!
I love things scattered around
I can get anything I want, on the floor or somewhere near my bed. Simple, quick and easy!
Busy sorting life issues
Can’t you see how busy I’m? I’ve to sleep at least for 10 hours and moreover cleaning needs time.
My Mom cleans better than me
Yes, it’s better to be scolded rather than try my hand at something that’s next to impossible.
A messy room is just MY room
My untidy room might be untidy for you, but is an inspiration to me. I love it the way it is!
I love sleeping with socks around me
With this at least I would be able to find my socks in the morning, what say?
Too dirty to be cleaned
My theory of work: When something is out of reach, try not to look for it!
I’m a ‘Mess-creator’ not ‘Cleaner’…
I got my own rules…dare you mess with me in my messy room.
That’s the way I love my room!
No, I don’t like things in order, at their respective place or a neat and tidy room. You can call me lazy but for God’s sake, don’t tell me to clean my freaking room!