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The best part about living with parents is the free food, free internet and zero rent. The bad part? The necessity to turn the direction of the laptop every time a nude scene pops on a TV show. We all wish that we could sign a roommate agreement with them before we had our limbs developed.
- There should be a minimum 48-hour notice given before any annoying relatives are coming to stay over.
- You should respect our way of folding clothes although they are not as perfect as yours. Not everyone can do that perfect lay tee front down – fold the sleeves across the middle of the back to the same measure – smooth the cloth as you work your way to reduce the wrinkles – then fold the collar and the one third of the remaining cloth.
- Watching TV shows should be respected and not rebuked as ‘waste of time’. Consider it as our lesson in understanding cultural cross-pollination.
- Do not mind our French, unless we sound like the foul-mouthed equivalent of Malcolm Tucker.
- Throwing tantrums is okay as long as it is followed by an almost bipolar type happy mood.
- Toilet paper refill is a must. The maximum time a toilet seat must witness lack of toilet paper should be less than 10 minutes.
- The house should be divided in equal measure for each member and an extra 100 cubic feet should be given to the member if she owns a musical instrument.
- If any member happens to be a pathological hoarder he should pay others 1K x an extra cubic footage his stuff occupies.
- Culinary experiments should be encouraged unless they don’t burn down the house.
- DIY aspirations should be welcomed as long as it does not involve bee keeping.
- Feign interest in viral videos of cats, pandas and babies. Fake it till you make it.
- Do not give out the endings of any movies, games, TV shows before we watch them on our laptop.
- Religious and political opinions should be voiced only if the other party asks for it.
- Pets should be banned only if a member is hyper-allergic to them to the point of death. If there is no imminent fear of death, then a pet should be welcomed with open arms.
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