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Maolcolm
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27 Oct 2010, 2:45 pm

ediself wrote:
i'm a proper slob. but I have the same problem about things being straight. sometimes i will clean my house so perfectly that i notice anything out of place, but if the house is a mess, i don't notice it anymore, it stops bothering me.. one object out of place=chaos, everything out of place=order. i'm weird.


No, makes perfect sense to me.



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27 Oct 2010, 2:45 pm

I am not at all tidy, however I know where everything is. Well, sort of since I moved I still look for things in the wrong places. The only time I am clean and tidy is when I am working on a project.



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27 Oct 2010, 11:03 pm

As a wee girly, apparently I was EXTREMELY tidy, and upset if things out of place. Now, I like to be tidy in someplaces...schoolwork, kitchen, lounge, garden...

But my bedroom?
Is tidiness even a word in there?
It is probably tidy 10 days a year-literally, I only tidy it once a month, if I'm lucky. Funny enough I still know where everything is! :roll:



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27 Oct 2010, 11:09 pm

I can be both tidy and messy. After I clean my room two weeks later it will look like a bomb hit it. I've already started to leave piles of stuff all around.


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28 Oct 2010, 12:28 am

I can sit in my living room that is a complete mess, yet spend a stupid amount of time trying to correct the position of pointless things like icons on the computer desktop.

It's... Selective tidyness. The arrangement of some things seems overly important, while the arrangement of certain other things which normal people take for granted, seems insignificant.

I'll leave empty bottles and envelopes in my wake everywhere, but won't be able to rest until the desk is in the right position.