24 Tweets About Moving In Together That Show Domestic Bliss Can Take On Many Forms
If you've never had a roommate, let me tell you: Sharing space with another person is not always easy. From hearing each other's sounds to eating each other's food, living with someone you're dating can mean a lot of communication and compromise and, of course, a lot of gooey snuggling and being in love. When it comes to summing up the highs and lows of shacking up with your boo, these tweets about moving in together do a pretty stellar job. What you can't say, someone else probably can — in 280 characters or less, no less.
There is no one right way to navigate your romantic relationship, just as there's no timeline you're supposed to keep to. Still, no matter how long you've dating, moving in together can be a pretty big step in your relationship. But you know what? If you're committed to sharing a kitchen and picking out a bedspread you both like, you're probably pretty committed. Moving in together can be a big transition, and it's completely natural to have a couple of bumps along the road to finding harmony in your joint home.
Here are 24 tweets about moving in with your partner that truly show how domestic bliss can take on many forms.
Honestly, the Fembots are style icons and I would literally wear their feathery pink things out.
2Singing In The Rain
This one was literally so cute, I sent it to lots of my friends that live with their cute girlfriends.
This literally sounds lit no matter who you live with or even live alone. If you didn't know, there's a brand of sparkling wine called Cosmopolitan Diva that's like $8 and literally amazing and sparkly. Just so you know.
7Home Sweet Home
This is literally my best friend who habitually tweets literal gold about living with her boo. She has another tweet about ordering matching tongue scrapers to scrape each other's tongues that killed me.
Your girlfriend, as all women and femmes, is a faultless angel and you are lucky to share space with them.
10Mario & Luigi
The last time a group of boys made me play video games I had to play with "Little Cousin Rules," which meant they got to take my controller when I was doing well. So.
I would empty your hairbrush on his side of the bed. Is that too mean? No, do it.
12No Sleep Till Brooklyn
The only thing I know about the Beastie Boys is that Kathleen Hanna married one.
My roommate Amy buys fancy hand soap for our downstairs bathroom we never use and whenever I do use it I send her this exact text.
OK unpopular opinion: The low-budget 2002 slasher film, Ghost Ship may be a better boats-gone-awry movie than Titanic?
Honestly, maybe it's March and you're driving to get a Shamrock Shake and that's #relatable.
Honestly, Shark's Tale is an obscure choice for a late night movie after being out all night, even in terms of ironic kid's movies you watch as adults, and I'm kind of here for it?
17Netflix & Not Chill
Honestly, just watch whatever the hell you want whenever the hell you want and then bring up the gender wage-gap if he says anything,
I would love to see "Our dog pooped outside in a thunderstorm quickly!" on a cake or a Hallmark card about improving your credit score.
22The Little Things
I once had an ex text me complaining about their new partner being "too domestic" in the apartment they shared, and I was like, is she really super jazzed to cook and clean all the time or do you just never contribute to the domestic labor needed to make a house run and leave her with all the chores?
24Ice, Ice, Baby
This one literally made scream aloud because I swear people who don't fill the ice trays back up are so incredibly selfish and shortsighted and I can't.
If you live with your boo, you probably have an arsenal of your own stories. From happy moments to the days you say "I cannot believe you just did that" more than once, sharing space with a partner can come with a range of emotions, sometimes all at once.