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We were two friends forever. We were bored alone in our small flats. We knew each other so well that we wanted to try flat-share. It was a great way of finding a nice and spacious accommodation that we could not afford to pay. It would enable us to share costs.
Those who have shared a flat will tell you that rules are necessary to keep things running smoothly. We needed to be clear about what was expected and be committed to ensuring that the house function in a fair way. We agreed on all the questions of everyday life: rent, food, household chores and bills. However we basically had no similar ideas about cleanliness and domestic arrangements. She made a noise late at night and I woke up early in the morning. The fridge was always empty. The clothes were hanging on the chairs or the armchairs. The differences were too big and it became difficult to continue to live together.
Since this adventure, I have met John. He makes a lot of noise late at night, he empties the fridge and forgets to fill it, his pants and socks are dragging everywhere but I find all this so sexy and so adorable. I hope we will continue to live together despite our differences.That's the difference between Love and Friendship!
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