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The 10 Best Things About Living Alone (GIFS)

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Happy National Singles Week! (Aka Unmarried and Single Americans Week). Yes, this actually does exist and no, we're not joking. While most of the year people who fly solo have to deal with annoying couples and friends who are constantly trying to set you up, this week we're celebrating the good life and all it has to offer. Take for example the glories of not having a roommate. No, it's not scary, it's actually pretty awesome, right? We think so. That's why we rounded up the 10 best things about living alone.

Being able to walk around half (or fully) naked.

You never have to label your groceries because all the food is your food.

And therefore, you can eat and drink out of the container and never be judged for doing so.
lets make some NOISE!

You never have to hide your good shampoo, conditioner or soap.

Speaking of, you can do whatever you want, for as long as you want, in the bathroom.

You probably get a better night's rest than the rest of the world.

You get to watch whatever you want on television.

You can decorate to your heart's desire.
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Instead of cleaning, you can totally just do this.

You never have to deal with a roommate's annoying friend.

Let's hear it for all the single ladies (and fellas!)

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