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What room do you spend the most time in at home?

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I'd say it's a tie between my room and my brother's room. 

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My room. It's the ONLY place in the house where I can get some privacy...and I can chat to my MLP buddies in peace + I've got my MLP merch in there :huh:

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Once upon a time, my room. But now that my computer doesn't work and I depend on my dad's computer now, the living room (it's hooked up to a flat screen TV). 

 

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Mostly my bedroom or my kitchen.  I moved my pc to my bedroom because where it was before, it was facing a window and that tends to trigger my paranoia something fierce.

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I spend the vast majority in my bedroom. I do like to watch movies in the living room and enjoy the wider spaces there, but my bedroom has my desk and that's where I focus on my work and hobbies. 

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Every house has rooms. Some people choose many different rooms as their favourite. But for me, from all the rooms I have at my home, I choose my bedroom as my favourite. There are 3 reasons why I like my bedroom the most.

First of all, my bedroom is cool and fresh. With an air conditioner and a small window, my room is probably the coolest room at my home. The air in there is also fresher than my parents' room.

Another reason, my room is very comfortable. My comfy bed is in this room. I spent most of the rest of my weekdays at my bed because I'm very tired after learning at school for more than 10 hours a day.

Last but not least, the desk where I put my laptop is in my room. I can play with a comfortable atmosphere in here all day long on the weekend. With an electric socket near the desk, charging either my phone or my laptop isn't an issue at all.

All in all, my bedroom is a great room with a great atmosphere. With all the advantages it has, I believe that my bedroom is the best room in my house.

(I can't believe that I actually make an essay. :blink:)

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My own room for many reasons. It has a pleasant amount of space, a lock on the door and it feels the most peaceful. Everything else mostly happens upstairs so I get to have a lot of alone time and much-needed silence. And most of all, it's mine. :muffins:

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My PC room. Even though technically, the whole house is mine, that room actually feels like it's mine and mine alone. It's something I really need, and that's why I spend most of my time at home there.

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Bedroom during the evening hours on most days and the front room every day except Sunday.

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I do almost everything in my room: sleeping, eating, drinking, computing, getting dressed, even exercising!  

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My bedroom. I have almost lived my whole life in there.

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My bedroom, and sometimes, though, the Entertainment Room in where I watch my downloaded movies and such. :ticking:

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My living room,  I read and my pc is there! 

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My bedroom. All my stuff is in there, after all.

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At the mo, the dining room (and which is next door to the kitchen), because it's easier to keep warm. The lounge at the front is two rooms knocked into one and difficult to heat when the weather is really cold.

 

 

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Living Room. It is where I have my desk and computer, along with all my game consoles.

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I have once again taken residence in my room. I spend at least 3/4 of any given day there now, and I'm better for it.

Having to use my dad's computer in the living room made me consistently anxious about other people being around. Now I have a space to myself again, which I kind of need.

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I spend most of my time in my bedroom. It's where I work, eat and sleep. Silly though considering that I've got other rooms at my disposal.

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4 minutes ago, Treeglow Flicker said:

I spend most of my time in my bedroom. It's where I work, eat and sleep. Silly though considering that I've got other rooms at my disposal.

Mostly bedroom too - its comfortable, my laptop I use for MLPF (and video playback) is here, and it has an ensuite. When I work from home I use the main room (as the computer desk, monitor and so forth is there) but I don't work from home very often.

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My bedroom, of course. I'm always on my computer doing stuff or pretending to sleep while cuddling tightly with my three pony plushies.

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Now it mostly depends on where my computer chair is, my drawing laptop and my gaming pc are in different rooms.  I'm sitting in my living room right now, taking a break from drawing.

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LOL i stay mostly in the living room cause that’s where the TV is... also its close to the kitchen which is the other room I stay closet too... 

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I soend most of my time at home in my bedroom. I feel the most comfortable and safest there.

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