There are two types of people in the world: grubs and grub-shamers. So, which one are you?
1. Your understanding of a bin is more conceptual, rather than literal.
So, you throw a tissue into the bin, basketball-style, and you miss. But that’s okay, because the floor around the bin is also considered the bin. You’re postmodern like that.
2. If you have to do it manually – forget it.
Feather dusters and brooms are for amateurs which is why you vacuum your bookshelves and use a hairdryer or leaf-blower on your floors. They invented electricity for a reason, right? Dusting and sweeping by hand should be left back in the dark ages, thank you very much.
Instead of doing the dusting, why not get your nails done in a fun, spring style? Post continues after video.
3. Every place you’ve ever lived in has ants and cockroaches.
Is it a coincidence? Or is it because there are always dirty dishes and crumbs everywhere?
4. You put dirty dishes in interesting places.
Such as the fridge, oven and cupboards. Pretty much anywhere except for the dishwasher or a sink full of water and detergent. Washing up is boring.
5. A pizza box is forever.
For some reason, you just cannot throw out pizza boxes. They're too big to fit in the bin, and the edges rip into garbage bags. So, they just sit in the fridge for eternity.
6. Clean sheets? What?
When Martha Stewart was asked on Reddit, "Is it true you change your sheets everyday?" she responded with, "Yes. It's a luxury." For a grub, this "luxury" is one that is often forgotten in preference for doing more interesting things.
7. You rarely wash your makeup brushes.
Even if you're a beauty editor.
8. Clothes aren't dirty until you've worn them at least three times.
This is how some of the "clean" clothes in your wardrobe got food stains on them... and you don't remember how or when.
9. You are convinced that some items of clothing never need to be washed.
Scarves and bras, we're talking to you.
10. You have no idea when "bin day" is.
Sure, you've lived in the same place for ages, but you still have no idea when "bin day" is. Isn't that what housemates and spouses are for? On the other hand, council cleanup isn't an occasional thing for you. At your place, stuff can be left on the kerb year-round, because council clean-up is always soon, right?