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How You'll Know She's the "One"

I don't really have a reason for posting this aside from thinking it sweet:

“She’s the messiest person I’ve ever met in life,” Mr. Davoli said of the woman who never closes the kitchen cabinets and loses her keys regularly. “I have to pick up after her.”

But he also has obsessive-compulsive disorder, a common condition for those with Tourette’s, leading to excessive tidiness. “If I didn’t have to pick up her stuff, I’d still have the O.C.D. compulsion and I would end up reorganizing the kitchen cupboard. Her being messy is helpful, in a way, for preserving my sanity.”

Love is what we call it when our neuroses are compatible. Happy Monday.

By Ezra Klein  |  August 17, 2009; 8:03 AM ET
 
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Comments

thanks, that's sweet. Best of luck to them

Posted by: bdballard | August 17, 2009 10:12 AM | Report abuse

It's still sweet at the end of the day. I'd even go so far as saying that it goes well with jazz playing in the background of a routine, yet still somehow always enjoyable, tab dump.

Posted by: rmgregory | August 17, 2009 9:00 PM | Report abuse

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