Should you move in with your significant other?

It’s that time of year when all of your buddies are looking for places to live next year and they can’t figure out why you aren’t having a say in which house you want to live in. But only a very select few know why you aren’t fighting over which room is yours: you’re planning on moving in with your significant other next year.

“Are you crazy? Do you want to be married? How long have you guys been together? It’s never going to last, you guys will go crazy! You know dad won’t help you pay for school if you do that right,” are just some of the many fine warnings you may receive from your friends and family.

It seemed like a good idea at first but what if everyone is right? I mean, we’ve proved people wrong in the past, but what if they are actually right this time. And if they are then I’m SCREWED because I’m going to be stuck with them until the lease is up!

But who knows, maybe it could be nice. I mean, we’ve been in a steady relationship for a while, and we know each other pretty well. I’ve always loved waking up in the morning next to them and last time I checked it would be pretty awkward snuggling your roommate in the middle of the night. And just think, a place to our own means a lot of private time with each other.

Right, private time… When will I get the chance for my own private time if they are living in the same house as me? I swear if I learn things about them that I never knew before then I’m going to freak.

Like, they could be a maniac and this could be their evil plan to kill me; get involved in a serious relationship with someone then trap them in their own home where it’s just the two of you and no one can hear your screams or, even worse, they could really enjoy EDM.

Oh well, the lease has been signed. Lets hope they know how to do laundry!

Connor Allen

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