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Woman disturbs TikTok users with 'horrifying' apartment tour: 'I would cry'

Morgan Greenwald
·2-min read

Straight men aren’t exactly known for being the cleanest bunch. On the contrary, any woman who’s dated a man intrinsically understands that when you sleep over at a guy’s house, you need to be prepared to step over fast food wrappers and fight for the last measly square of toilet paper. It’s a war zone.

Well, on TikTok, women have decided that they’ve had enough, and now they’re airing their grievances via hilarious and eye-opening video tours of their boyfriends’ apartments.

The now-viral trend all started on Oct. 7 when TikTok user Madelyn Krueger waved goodbye to her perfectly made bed — throw pillows and all — and, to the soundtrack of “It’s a Hard-Knock Life,” went to her boyfriend’s place to stay the night.

As you can see in the video, Krueger’s boyfriend’s place is littered with fast food wrappers. The bathroom looks like it hasn’t been cleaned since before the pandemic.

Both men and women expressed their disgust in the comments, noting that the apartment was “straight out of a horror movie.”

“That bathroom … I would cry,” one person said.

“Um that would simply be the end of the relationship for me,” another added.

“It’s embarrassing that [you’re] even dating this guy tbh,” a third commented.

However, other users could empathize with Krueger — and they decided to make videos of their own boyfriend’s places to show Krueger that she’s not alone.

One user named Kat Tolch took a video of her boyfriend’s apartment, which — I kid you not — had hair just SITTING on the sink. GROSS.

Another user named Madison Mercogliano posted a video of her boyfriend’s place, which appears to be a frat house. The bathroom counters are littered with so many used paper towels that Mercogliano might be better off just using Purell.

Sadly, anyone who so much as knows a straight man knows that these apartment tours are the norm. Quite frankly, that frat house tour gave me PTSD.

Men, do better.

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