This is so goddamn heartwarming aww
@Fantabulous Toaster, the time stamps on the posts though...he’s so overwhelmed with heartwarming stuff he’s posting almost every minute lol
@Diabolik, at this rate im going to need gaviscon this is too cuteee
I understand the gf’s perspective if you’ve been outside and done activities that you either sweat or been outside for an extended period. You should not get into the bed until you’ve showered and changed clothes.
@Ray213, I also know I’ll get the obligatory I’m tired after a long day comment. But still be tired in shower or would you rather bring all dirt, pollen, and etc. into your bed.
@Ray213, honestly my bed is pretty grim anyway because my dogs nap on my bed all day but I gotta change into pyjamas because I don't want to live in a world where I can't wear fluffy trousers for half of my lifetime
@Fantabulous Toaster, Since I got married, I now have ‘at home’ clothes. Literally an entire set of clothes to wear in the time between getting out of my work clothes and in to pyjamas.
@Nellybert , for me that literally is just pyjamas, I put them on straight away because, once again, fluffy trousers
@Fantabulous Toaster, These are like pyjamas, but I’m not allowed in bed in them. They’re basically pre-pyjama pyjamas.
@Nellybert , that sounds entirely redundant but also really comfortable so whilst I don't entirely understand having indoors clothes, I respect it lmao
@Fantabulous Toaster, I don’t fully get it either, but yeah, fluffy trousers for the win.
@Nellybert , what in the sweet mother of fvck, I hope she does all laundry if she wants you to change your clothes that many times a day
@Ray213, as soon as I get in the house I change my clothes and take off my shoes. It’s still difficult for me to keep clean, but doing those two things helps me feel better
I understand not doing some of these things, but not knowing at all seems really weird
I shower and clean myself at night rather than the morning just so I can keep my bedding clean longer
I didn’t know the sword of the morning was so into domesticity
My girl got my hip to the swag of the face rag. What on earth does this mean?
@RollingInD1ck, he's started using a flannel in the shower lol
@Fantabulous Toaster, I see so a face rag is a flannel, but I am still confused about what his hip getting to the swag of it is meant to mean lol
@RollingInD1ck, idk I guess it means getting him into the habit of it??
@Fantabulous Toaster, crazy how the English language can change so drastically from people to people
@RollingInD1ck, i know right? it's interesting how although we speak the same language, people can use it entirely differently
@RollingInD1ck, no. A face rag is a washcloth that you specifically use for your face. So you clean your body with one and your face with another so as to not get genital germs on your face. “Hip to” means turned him on to, “swag” means cool and “face rag” is face washcloth. So I guess the “translation,” for lack of better words, is “she turned me on to this cool idea of using a washcloth for my face”
@RollingInD1ck, I'm pretty sure he meant to say "got me hip to". And also what @zebrasombraro said
This is one long perfect example of somebody not being ready to be their own god damned adult self when they set out in the world alone. This idiot thinking these things are life-changing ideas was not prepared for life. At all
@Barry mcochener, Sorry we're not all up to your standards I guess
@Barry mcochener, agreed. It’s not just men either so many women carpet their floors with clothes and don’t know how to cook or clean for themselves.
@Barry mcochener, I mean, I'm fairly certain he could essentially survive as an adult without using a washcloth...
His mom must have been a ratchet ho. It’s called elegance. Find yourselves a girl that’s not a ratchet ho. It’s easy.
The little shjt, like killing bugs, fixing things and eating ass
Holy f*cking a$$crackers, is this ENTIRE generation of males completely incapable of doing anything even remotely resembling housework? And all the females are totally lost when it comes to anything mechanical?
F*ck your childhood right in the eyesocket, you lazy entitled b@stards. I knew how to do this stuff at a young age, and my brothers, my sister and I were all convinced our parents had kids for the free labor!
@Suicide Squad Sucks, I down voted you on the chance you are being serious, but I comment here to let you know that if satirical, well done
What is this, a meme for ants?
This thread is long, but it’s really cute. This guy is just learning to adult, and his GF is helping him...and he appreciates her for that...d’awww!
Also going to bed after a fresh hot shower is amazing....except for laying down with wet hair. That is like satanic level torture right there
I would enjoy this 5x more if there was some halfway descent grammar.
This is so old. I saw this when I was riding my pet dinosaur.
I actually have that rule as well... No outside clothes in bed. I told my husband I don't want the outside or work smell all over the bed lol. He thinks I'm a bit too much...
This guy is kind of dumb.
Lives alone...... ha now I’ll go cry in my shower so I can’t tell I’m crying
How does having a double curtain keep water from dripping on the floor? Are there people with a single curtain just hanging out of the tub not doing a damn thing?
@The real meowman, one curtain (usually fabric) goes on the outside for decoration and the other (water resistant material, usually plastic) goes on the inside of the tub so it hits the curtain and goes back in the tub.
@zerbrasombraro, I understand the concept of a double curtain, but I'm assuming this guy only had one when he was single. So how was he using the single? Did he have just a curtain on the outside of the tub? Did he have the liner outside of the tub? Or did he just have nothing?
@The real meowman, ohh...yeah I know some guys that have just one curtain that they leave on the inside and then it gets all moldy and gross because they don’t understand the concept that mold likes dark, warm, damp places. *shudders*