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Old 06-25-2019, 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by RickJay View Post
The teenager's room as a disaster zone has been a common thing for as long as there have been teenagers with their own rooms.
And little kids, and tweens, and...

My extended family included homes you could visit with little to no warning, others you could not. A time that we visited one of these impressed me mightily by having a collection of used toilet paper rolls living atop the washer in the bathroom; to this day I don't know whether they bred or simply hadn't been cleaned out in months. The only room which wasn't a disaster area was the kitchen. I took one look around and understood perfectly well why we always met those particular cousins anywhere but at their home.
Some people knew how to kill a conversation. Cura, on the other hand, could make it wish it had never been born.