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Girl, Your Toilets Don’t Have to Be Clean All The Time

Get used to being dirty.

Photo by Gabor Monori on Unsplash

Her ex-husband always has a complaint.

This time it was the toilets.

He disappeared on my friend almost a year ago, leaving her with two young children to take care of. Since then, he only comes around when he wants to spend time with them — which isn’t often.

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