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Why Ru Paul’s Drag Race is Good for our Home

Every March, our house becomes nearly spotless. If you think this is the work of spring cleaning, you’re wrong.

 

 

March brings us the bounty that is RuPaul’s Drag Race and, frankly, I’m addicted. Being addicted, however, does nothing to combat my inability to sit still and watch TV. Thus, every Tuesday and Wednesday, I clean while catching up with both the main show and Untucked. Suddenly the kitchen is clean, the laundry is washed and put away, and the floors are vacuumed. It’s like magic.

Thanks, Ru!

 
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