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People Who Live Alone Share 54 Underrated Advantages Of Doing So



It’s finally time to make it “even Steven” after all these times we’ve looked at the wholesome couples, best friends, partners in crime, and whatnot messing around together under one roof and wondered what on earth we’ve done to deserve living alone. We all know how much easier it is to survive the autumn blues, breakups, hard days at work and whatever challenges life throws at you when you have a spare shoulder to cry onto. We know that, okay?


So when someone asked a much-anticipated question “What is a highly underrated advantage of living alone?” on r/AskReddit the loners who don’t share their postcode with anyone saw it as a perfect moment to celebrate just that. The answers started flooding in one by one, showing the joy of simple things like never having to wait for a bathroom and total control over heat and air conditioning.

I mean, you can freely talk to yourself out loud, forget manners and quit politeness, put the responsibilities aside and indulge in the sweetness of doing nothing… Isn’t this basically the closest we’ll get to the ultimate freedom in a society where no one feels free anymore?



Every single item in your house is exactly where you left it the last time you used it.


Everything is your own mess. I don’t want to clean up after someone, and I don’t want to nag someone to clean. Those are all my dishes in the sink to do, or to let sit there for a week. Feels good.

Also, ripping a fart you feel super proud of with no shame or holding back.


Never having to wait for the bathroom


There are a lot of advantages but my top is not having to deal with people and their damn problems


If I want to eat blueberry Eggos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, no one judges


You can talk out loud to yourself (something I do often as I work from home) and nobody is around to think it’s


When I lived alone I would clean my place and it would stay clean. Now I clean my place and it is messy again in about 10 minutes, it feels like.




I’m an introvert so when I come home, I want to be by myself. Social situations are draining and I can only re-energize by having alone time. I am not antisocial, but I have hidden in my room for hours for my roommate to leave because I don’t want to answer ‘How was your day?’ for the millionth time


When you get home, that food you been thinkin about all day long will be there.


Being able to do whatever you want without consulting someone else first


Total control over heat/air conditioning. Highly underrated. You can have control over your costs and/or your.


You dont have to tiptoe around the house worried you’ll wake up roommates/family members.


You can walk around with no pants and go to the bathroom with the door open


You don’t have to politely tell someone you will be out late


Dieting is like 400x easier. I know it’s a bad excuse, but hear me out. When I’m dieting I won’t buy a single junk food item, and I won’t eat it since I won’t have it. Live with someone who buys tons of junk, especially someone who buys food and doesn’t expect you to not eat it, like your parents, and it makes it a lot harder.


Yeah I know it’s a bad excuse for breaking diet but it’s super easy for me to just never buy junk food and never have it around but it’s hard for me to avoid it when I’m living with it


You know exactly what state your home is going to be in when you arrive back at it


You can walk around naked 24/7


Not coming home to someone else’s dirty dishes in the sink


You never have to watch terrible movies, wait to use the bathroom or take a shower, you can eat what you want, and you can decorate however you like.


Learning life skills. Paying your bills, cleaning, time management, etc.. You just end up learning these based on.


Closet space, man. I never appreciated this until my girlfriend moved in. Now my closet is literally jammed packed with her clothes and I basically have a couple drawers for all of my stuff. There’s no end to it either. Every time we do laundry, she materializes more and more clothing. I think to myself «the closet is completely full; all the hangers are used. We’ve put everything away. There’s no way she could possibly have more clothes» more stuff just appears out .


For many years I lived in a full size (3br 2ba)family house all by myself. Freaking LOVED it. My brother lives with me now but that’s still super cool. Really the best part is simply not having to deal with people.


Being able to nap at the drop of a hat and having the peace and quiet to do so


Knowing exactly where everything is. There’s no compromising. All my belongings are in the perfect place



Every second is yours. No waste. No waiting on someone else ever. No cleaning up after anyone else. No doing something someone else wants. It’s incredibly efficient, unless you’re dying.


Being able to come and go as you please. Doing stuff at any hour and not worrying.

I like to cook and clean during my productive hours (2-5am), and I like to shop at midnight when noone is about to bug me.

Now living with my husbands family I have to keep to their schedule of up at 8am and asleep at 11pm. I also listen to them argue all day every day, get yelled at in crossfire and have to take care of a three year old.


I much preferred being alone. I am only still here because I love my husband too much to leave, but this is year 5


Coming home and relaxing on the couch. Different with a spouse but I went from a single bedroom to a 4 bedroom. I would come home at midnight to 6 people drinking outside my bedroom door. Or I would be watching a movie and 5 people would walk in. Or I want to sit down and chill after a long day and theres my roommate in my house who wants to catch up.


So i’ve been living alone for the last couple of years and to be honest i feel like i want it to stay that way for the rest of my life for the following reasons:

I can make any food i like and if i feel lazy i can eat outside i don’t have to answer to anyone or cater to anyone’s needs

I just clean the house once per week and it stay squeaky clean for the rest of the week.


I can do whatever i want in my free time sometimes i want to go out and do something interesting other times i want to be a couch potato i do not have to cater to anyone’s needs.

Budgeting becomes super easy i manage to save a lot of money and at the same time buy whatever i need.

I have a king size super comfy bed all for me if its too hot i can remove the covers, if it’s too cold i can put on as much covers as i need no need to ask someone for their permission.


I can invite any of my friends anytime i want and we can do whatever we want anytime we want.

I work in a stressful career and nothing beats coming home to a nice quiet house and just relaxing and recovering from a stressful work day without having to answer silly questions like how was my day or having to listen to how another persons day went.

These are just a few reasons i thought of the top of my head i am sure i could have come up with more reasons but suffice to say that no matter how much i think about it when i compare my single days to the days i was in a relationship the single days always end up being much better.


If there’s a mess and no one else sees it, is there even a mess?



You can basically do whatever whenever without bothering anyone. When I lived with my parents if I showered after like 9pm, you’d think I’d been running around the house playing a keytar or something with how much they complained about the noise the next morning. Plus I don’t wake up to anyone else’s noise, either.

Sometimes if I wake up while dreaming and I’m super disoriented I think I’m back home and worry that I’m going to hear people walking around, slamming doors, yelling at each other, etc. at some point, then I remember that I’m in my own house, in my own bed, alone with my dogs so I can rest in peace. (Not dead, though, hopefully.)

I think I value living alone a lot more because I grew up with parents that thought screaming at each other every other night was the best way to work out their conflicts. Silence in my house is absolutely golden.



Not having to be quiet coming home because somebody might be sleeping.


Not having to contain your weirdness in just the bathroom into the mirror


Décor – one of the best things about having your own place.

Not having to answer to anyone inside those four walls.


You never have to worry about someone else paying their share of the rent on time


Got the whole bed to myself.



Nobody steals the blankets.


No one will see or hear you cry


You can leave those clothes in the dryer as long as you like.


The whole house is your bed. Fall asleep on the couch. Turn over and pass out on the office futon. You might even want to make it to your actual bed if it’s worth the effort… But no matter what, there’s nothing forcing you to an arbitrary sleep station. I don’t even know why I have a bedroom anymore, the couch is so much more comfortable.



No one judges you when you drink alone until 4am to play Fortnite and watch The Office


No judgment about anything from anyone. Insert your preference – no judgment


Never having to close the bathroom door



living alone is the best arrangement. You can do whatever the hell you want. The better question is what’s the advantage of living with someone.


Don’t have to share your washer/dryer


Here are a few I can list off the top of my head…
* Complete and utter quiet, solitude, and peace upon waking up
* Everything is yours and you don’t have to share anything, everything is the way you want it and nobody will ever complain – ever.
* You get to watch whatever you want, play video games whenever you want, and nobody is going to bother you
* You can talk out loud to yourself (something I do often as I work from home) and nobody is around to think it’s weird
* Get day drunk, eat pizza like a slob, and fall asleep on the couch and nobody gives you that «look»
* Fart as loud as you want or take huge, gurgling diarrhea sh*ts with the door open because who gives a f*ck
* Watch porn on your big 4K TV and masurbate right there in the living room – no need to keep it on your tiny phone, masturbating in dark corners like a shameful ninja
* Take up the ENTIRE bed – it’s all yours baby
* Inviting anyone you want over, anytime you want, because nobody is there to tell you otherwise. F*ck it – have a party with a bunch of strippers.


That’s all I got for now.


Not getting stuck with a long-ass Netflix list you can’t watch because she «wants to watch it, but don’t want to watch it right now»

So you end up re-watching sh*t you’ve already seen because it’s a nice easy watch.



You can be a total hedonistic layabout whenever you’re home and no one will be there to make you feel sh*tty about it. Not that one should feel sh*tty about anything they choose to do with their off time, but it definitely bums me out when I’m having a nice lazy day of binge watching/eating/drinking and someone who’s actually accomplishing things is anywhere in my vicinity.


You get to hang with the ghosts without someone making them go away cause they don’t believe


The mundane way of living life with no responsibility to anyone else. I miss waking up in the mornings, reading a book and just watching the city light up from hundreds of miles away while eating breakfast. Then coming home, shaking off the day’s work before making a light dinner, finishing a project and then cuddling in bed with a movie or book after a warm bath. Just to wake up the next day and repeat it. I love my life but I’m always busy with work and it has become unpredictable. I’m never alone. Sometimes I miss the solitude of a quiet home. Sometimes.


that last soda in the fridge is still there.,..and so is your left over chinese take out that you have to specially order because of a soy allergy you have…



Never discovering all the hot water is gone when you get in the shower.


I live alone and [poop] at work; a six pack of toilet paper is a year’s supply.


Nobody will know that 35 years old man with beard watching anime



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Bomba de inteligencia artificial




Bomba de inteligencia artificial es una canción de estilo chiptune hecha por Naruto en 2003. Se convirtió en un recurso de videos musicales de YouTube Poops (YTPMVs) en 2011.


La canción «Bomba de inteligencia artificial» fue lanzada como una entrada para el primer concurso en línea NSF (NES Sound Format) generado por usuarios Famicompo que se llevó a cabo de mayo a julio de 2003, y fue escrito por el compositor japonés Naruto, también conocido como Naruto2413. La canción ocupó el segundo lugar en el concurso y fue el rango más alto entre las canciones originales. Naruto subió la canción a YouTube el 14 de noviembre de 2010, donde recibió más de 1.7 millones de visitas en más de 11 años (como se muestra a continuación).


La canción fue relanzada más tarde en Bandcamp por Naruto2413 como un álbum sencillo el 23 de junio de 2020.



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Netflix tiene la mejor respuesta al disfraz de «Squid Game» de BTS V



Todo el mundo ama BTS V‘s Calamares disfraz … incluyendo Netflix!

V de BTS | @ BTS_twt / Twitter

Durante el tercer show de los cuatro PERMISO PARA BAILAR EN EL ESCENARIO conciertos en Los Ángeles, V sorprendió a ARMY al vestirse como un guardia del éxito K-Drama de Netflix Calamares.


| @ kthseoulove / Twitter

Estaba vestido con el traje completo, incluida una máscara con un cuadrado, como en el K-Drama.

| @ jtoni_n / Twitter

Aunque siempre es divertido verlo en el escenario, ¡V estaba en un nivel completamente nuevo con su disfraz! Encantó a los ARMY con sus movimientos de baile exagerados, movimientos de micrófono y energía adorablemente caótica.

| @ btschanels / Twitter

V’s Calamares El disfraz fue un éxito tal que los términos «Squid Game» y «Taehyung» fueron tendencia en todo el mundo durante y después del concierto, y las fotos y videos de él con el disfraz se han compartido en todas las redes sociales.

| @ VTeamBase / Twitter

¡Por supuesto, las noticias del aspecto icónico de V llegaron a Netflix! El servicio de transmisión tuiteó sobre su disfraz e incluso retuitearon fotos de sus fans.

Netflix tuiteó que estaban «viviendo» para BTS y Calamares mashup, ¡a pesar de que piensan que V es demasiado guapo para cubrirse la cara con una máscara!

Teniendo en cuenta las imágenes alucinantes de V, ¡definitivamente estamos de acuerdo!


| @ whiteee2009 / Twitter



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Amigos, vengan a ver el controlador de Gamecube ‘Dick And Balls’ de Ludwig Ahgren



Ludwig Ahgren, quien recientemente se cambió a YouTube Gaming como su plataforma de elección, decidió usar parte de ese dinero para pedir un controlador de Gamecube personalizado.

Si aún no lo ha visto, hagamos un prólogo diciendo que está inspirado visualmente por una polla y unas bolas.


Mel Magazine informó que el controlador «Dick And Balls» es obra de un diseñador conocido como «Michael», que recibió el encargo de diseñar la monstruosidad después de prometer un controlador Gamecube personalizado al ganador de un Entre nosotros torneo, que resultó ser Ludwig.

Cuando se le preguntó acerca de cómo quería su premio, Ludwig respondió: «Oh, quiero una polla y pelotas». Sus compañeros de cuarto luego dijeron: «Sí, solo hazlo».


«Todos los que lo han visto hasta ahora tienen la misma reacción», dijo Michael. «Al principio, su reacción instintiva es que simplemente no debería existir, pero luego se sienten extrañamente felices de que así sea».

Michael tuvo que recurrir a Design Out Of Shield, también conocido como Isaac Caplan Wilson, para hacer el trabajo. Después de un poco de ida y vuelta, Michel y Wilson decidieron que las bolas se unieran al controlador, el cable actuando como eje y el enchufe como punta.

No hace falta decir que Ludwig está muy entusiasmado con su controlador fálico.


Y así es como se hacen los monstruos: por los caprichos de jugadores poderosos.



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