What Do The Contents Of Your Bathroom Cabinet Reveal About You?
May 21, 2014 10:21
Who says bathroom mirrors are just for making it easier to brush your teeth in the morning? It can also be a convenient place to stash way stuff.
But if anyone decides to go snooping, the contents found within can actually reveal a lot about what you're really like when you think no one is watching:
You're a wannabee makeup artist who probably spends way too much time getting ready to go out.
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You love collecting skincare samples, but you're also too lazy to throw any of them out.
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You are a hypochondriac who thinks there's a magical pill to cure almost every illness.
You're a hoarder, and you probably haven't cleaned your store room since you moved into the house.
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You're an alcoholic who likes getting drunk in the shower. Or you're too cheap to buy a mini-fridge-bar.
You are disgusting, because you actually think it's okay to have snacks stashed in your bathroom.
You just bought the cabinet, and have yet to figure out how to open it up.
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