10 Things Found Only in Bachelor Pads
Empty beer cans aren't the only telltale sign of an all-male household, but they're a good start.
It shouldn't shock anyone that men and women might prefer to live in significantly different situations, but the truth is a lot of guys will clean up their lives (or at least their homes) when they get into at least a semi-serious relationship. You might think your boyfriend or husband leaves your home a dirty mess now, but just ask him about his place before he got together with you. Not every guy lives in a pigsty, but there are some things that can be found in most bachelor pads and generally not any other adult's home.
Here are 10 things that you probably won't see anywhere a woman's living.
10. Dirty socks
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Sure, a lot of women and guys in relationships might leave some dirty laundry on the floor or maybe even on a counter, but dirty socks are the one thing you'll virtually never see outside of a bachelor pad. Maybe it's because so many people hate feet, but somehow leaving the T-shirt you wore yesterday is borderline acceptable, whereas a pair of smelly socks could be a relationship-ender.
9. Video games
This isn't to say that women don't play video games, or that a man can't be in a relationship and play video games at the same time, it's just that they're a lot less likely to center their living spaces around a Playstation or XBox than a single guy is. Odds are, a guy with a girlfriend might have his old Nintendo 64 tucked away with a small TV in a spare bedroom, but the man who doesn't have to worry about his girlfriend coming over at any time is playing Mario Kart on the big screen in the living room.Next Page
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