We never have to worry about the front door being ajar; you’ve perfected a strong, powerful skill of ensuring that it is robustly secured.
Before you moved in, I had no idea that near-empty soap dispensers could simply be filled with water to extend their shelf life.
Still eating Ramen noodles for every meal is a radical dietary and lifestyle choice, we love the melting pot you’ve allowed our house to become.
I didn’t intend for the package of dryer sheets to be for everyone, but your laundry is important and I’m sure you’d leap at the chance to repay the favor.
The “house gift” of the little Buddha statue is lovely, but is best served to be displayed out of general sight.
You’ve greatly reduced our footprint by opting not to replenish our stock of paper towels and toilet tissue.
4:30 am on a Wednesday is a poor time to record your acoustic guitar version of “Hotline Bling” for Youtube, but you have an impeccable ear for melody.
I’m glad you showed me the video about how the Denver Airport is the secret headquarters of reptilian-humanoids.
Your dental health is important to me, and you’ve been courteous enough to return my toothpaste to roughly the same position in which I leave it.
The open exchange of ideas is essential to an organic new friendship and cohabitation; “I love that he’s not a politician” has broadened our worldview in terms of the upcoming election.