My aspie fionce's apartment just came under new management, and they informed him last night that he is being inspected on Thursday, and his apartment had better be imaculate. The new management want to get rid of all long-timers in the building so as to make sure they have a loyal following. The problem is that my fionce`'s apartment looks like an explosion hit it and that's on a good day. On a bad day it looks like the land fill decided to clear out its overload problem by dumping the excess in his apartment. In other words, it will take a miracle for him to pass this inspection. I gave him the number for Merry maids in his area, but I'm really concerned because he doesn't like strangers in his apartment. Hopefully he'll realize that passing inspection is more important than his feelings on this because he can't afford to lose his home, and they're not kidding. They will throw him out.
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