10 Reasons Why Living With A Bunch Of Girls Is The Best Experience Ever
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10 Reasons Why Living With A Bunch Of Girls Is The Best Experience Ever

It's not all pillow fights and slumber parties.

10 Reasons Why Living With A Bunch Of Girls Is The Best Experience Ever
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Being in your 20's is the prime time to live, love, and experience the craziness of renting a house or an apartment with four other people.

When you're a 20-something female, living with roommates is one of the greatest experiences you could ever have. Roommates provide everything you need in a living situation, from trials and error to parties and fun. Nothing can beat the craziness that is in store:

1. Roommates are like in-home best friends

They're just one door down. Waiting for you to tell them everything.

Literally everything.

2. Lots of women = lots of other closets to dig through

Nothing is better than running into you roommate's bedroom 10 minutes before you're supposed to leave for a date because you know they have exactly what you need to complete your outfit.

3. Outfit opinions are endless

No need to fear about whether or not you look good because your roommates will most definitely let you know whether or not you look absolutely ridiculous or absolutely lovely.

4. You'll never go without shampoo or bathroom necessities

They will be here for you when you're in the shower and out of face was or mother nature comes knocking and you don't have the proper means to answer the door.

5. Their friends automatically become your friends

This is especially awesome when they compliment your sense of style or offer you baked goods.

6. The memories are unforgettable

You'll always remember that one time that you and your girls spent way too long in Target or went out on spontaneous breakfast dates after long nights of "work".

7. Parties

When you finally get to host a party in your house with your roommates, you basically feel like you're Gatsby and your house is a beautiful, delicate, magical mansion. Nothing compares to the responsibility of 40-380 people rampaging through your living room.

8. Dating becomes a household situation

Boys need to watch out when it comes to a house full of girls. Everyone knows everything there is to know about each significant other and if one of those significant others messes up, it's game over.

9. Break-ups and bad days are never spent alone

Endless amounts of pizza, wine, and ice-cream with your roomies will make life seem like rainbows and butterflies.

10. You'll always have a shoulder to cry on

Through thick in thin, you'll always have your roommates to rely on. Spending so much time together makes you more than just friends; it makes you family.

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