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Review and Giveaway: Neato Botvac Robot Vacuum

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Dating a sci-fi nerd *and* raising a bona fide comic book geek means I am regularly told that robots will one day rise up and take over the world.

But the good news is that at least in that dark future, my floors will be lovely and clean.

Keeping a clean floor in a household like ours is a constant challenge. We have mostly wooden floors in our house – they’re very beautiful but unforgiving, showing every bit of dirt and dust. Our carpets, meanwhile, are no match for a small white puppy and a child who does not understand the English phrase, “Take your shoes off!” for some reason or other.

A robot vacuum cleaner basically cleans your floor without any human intervention. Turn the thing on, and it will scoot around your home, sucking up dirt and dust, before returning to its charging station.

We’ve been testing the Neato Botvac D85 in recent weeks – the latest model from robot vacuum specialists Neato. Even more exciting, we have a Neato Botvac to give away to one Who’s the Mummy reader – read on for more info!

Features

The D85 doesn’t look like a vacuum cleaner, as you might imagine one. It’s a dinner plate sized circle, about 20cm high. It sits against a wall, flush with its own charging station, which will need to be plugged in. Ideally, your Botvac D85 should be plugged in somewhere there’s plenty of space around it in three directions – this helps with its navigation. You can easily fit Botvac in a cupboard between cleans if you prefer.

The machine uses laser guided technology to scan and map your room or rooms, then plans and methodically cleans, automatically moving from room to room.

The Botvac D85 is an upgrade on previous Neato vacuums, and features a new combo brush that’s designed to work better on pet hair. It is also designed to work on both carpet and hard floors, so perfect for homes like ours.

The brush is bigger than on previous models, which means it picks up more dust. With that in mind, there’s a larger filter and dust bin, which means it should need emptying less often. You can schedule daily cleaning, or push a button for instant cleaning action.

How it Works

Setting up the Botvac is certainly easy enough. We unpacked the robot from its box, and simply slotted in the filter and bin, then turned on. The display screen prompts you to set the day and time, and you’re all set.

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To use the vacuum cleaner, you simply push the house icon on the top of the machine – it will then set off on a survey round of the house, checking out rooms, cleaning as it goes.

The machine is designed to be used daily, cleaning little and often, and setting a schedule on the menu is very simple and intuitive, I promise.

The quality of the cleaning is very good – and gets better over time. We found it picked up dog hairs without a problem on wood, lino and carpet. Check out our video at the bottom of the post to see our Neato Botvac D85 in action.

How Good is It?

We have been using the Neato Botvac D85 for a couple of weeks now, and I’m pretty sold. Our floors are cleaner than ever, and it’s funny how much you realise you HATE vacuuming when you don’t have to do it any more!

There are a couple of things to be aware of if you’re thinking of investing in a Neato vacuum, though. Firstly, at almost £400, they’re not inexpensive, although they’re comparable with a decent conventional vacuum cleaner – with some deals online, you can pick one up a little cheaper, though.

Second, the Neato isn’t that quiet. I was surprised by how noisy it is, actually, and as such I tend to schedule ours to run in the early hours of the morning, when it’s not going to disturb anyone. But then you do sort of miss the fun of watching Neato (who will become a bit like an extra pet in your household if you’re anything like us).

Third, the Neato doesn’t have the world’s best sense of self-preservation. On the first day we used it, the D85 took a suicide leap out of the back door and down a step – I found it upside down, wheels spinning, in the garden, making sad BEEP BEEP noises (the Neato makes a BEEP BEEP noise when it’s in trouble and needs manual intervention). Also, our Neato is convinced it fits under the sofa. It doesn’t, meaning I regularly hear the BEEP BEEP and have to go and rescue it, because it’s become wedged halfway under the furniture (if this happens during the scheduled clean, Neato beeps for a help a few times then turns itself off until you get around to finding it).

To avoid challenges, you can put down a magnetic tape that comes with the Neato Botvac and acts as a “no go” signal to the vacuum – we now use this across the back door if it’s open while Neato is cleaning, and across the front of the sofa. It’s easily picked up afterwards, and saves a lot of hassle. We also close the lounge door overnight so Neato isn’t allowed to vacuum in there unsupervised and get into sofa-related problems.

Teddy – our Westie puppy – isn’t at all fussed by the Neato, as you can see at around the 2.30 mark of our video below, where there’s some shameless video-bombing by the four-legged member of our household!

Overall

I have to say that the robot vacuum is one of those inventions I’d scoffed at – until I tried it for myself. It’s amazing how much easier life is when something cleans the floor for you every morning before you get up – and especially in a household with pets and kids, where little food items and bits of detritus are constantly being dropped. You’ll need to invest some time understanding your Neato Botvac’s quirks and where it can and can’t clean without assistance, but after that initial settling in, I’m confident you’ll love the Neato D85 as much as we do.

Win a Neato BotVac Worth £350!

Who’s the Mummy is giving away one Neato BotVac 80 to one lucky reader!

The Neato Botvac is the perfect cleaner for busy households. You can schedule your vacuum to clean when you’re out. The Botvac is also compact – leave it on display or pop it in a cupboard when it’s not in use. The Botvac is compact and light, so you can easily carry it upstairs to clean more than one floor in your home.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize is to leave a comment on this post answering the following question :

Who’s the messiest person in your household and why?

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Sally is a full-time blogger and founder of the Tots100, Trips100, Foodies100 and HIBS100 communities, along with the MAD Blog Awards. She spends a bit too much time on the Internet. She's also a very happy Mum to Flea, the world's coolest ten year old.

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Sally

Sally is a full-time blogger and founder of the Tots100, Trips100, Foodies100 and HIBS100 communities, along with the MAD Blog Awards. She spends a bit too much time on the Internet. She's also a very happy Mum to Flea, the world's coolest ten year old.

621 Comments

  1. karen cowley

    I should be saying my 2 house rabbits but actually its my husband , he is forever dropping crumbs and bits of paper x

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  2. Leanne kendrick

    Love to win this and just seen it’s from lytham I live 10 mins away in cleveleys 🙂

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  3. S Edwards

    my son endless going around after him cleaning up

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  4. Libby

    I think it’ll have to be a cross between monster one who likes cutting paper all over the place and monster two who has immense satisfaction from chucking things like rice all over the floor.

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  5. iain maciver

    its me I hate to admit

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  6. Carolynn Woodland

    Definitely my husband who is untidy, clumsy, exceedingly messy but brilliant at DIY and cooking so I still love him lots!

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  7. Steven Lane

    My wife is the messy one,

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  8. Jane Willis

    I’m the messiest person because I do so much cooking and crafting, so if I’m not covering the kitchen in flour and splattered gravy I’m scattering embossing powder and those tiny white squares off foam pads all over the rest of the house.

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  9. LynneH

    My husband never puts anything back where he found it – and then wonders why he can’t find it the next time he reeds it…

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  10. Tania Atfield

    That would be my teenage daughter who can’t seem to aim at her bin or put anything away.

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  11. Jim Kerr

    Its probably me, I put stuff down and it seems to collect other things around it, also I hate cleaning.

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  12. Joanne Beale

    May husband’s dad. He uses toilet roll to blow his nose and there are always little bits of toilet paper all over the house

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  13. Tracey Peach

    Me!, I’m always dropping crumbs around the house xxx

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  14. aj

    I think we all contribute to the mess, can’t nail it down to 1 person.

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  15. Hannah Brown

    Me but only because I am so clumsy! I always try to clean up after my self, but sometimes make more mess, to my house mates dismay :/

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  16. janet humphrey

    me, closely followed by the cat! Mucky paws (cat) Mucky feet (me)!

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  17. Max yorke

    My daughters love playing with playdough and I seem to spend most of my day trying to get it out of the carpets.

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  18. Gwyn Sharps

    I’m the messiest because I’m quite forgetful and a bit clumsy

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  19. samantha scivier

    My husband. He forgets to take his shoes off when he gets home from work. Leaving nice trails for me to clean up

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  20. Nicki Evans

    My husband is the messiest in our house as he uses any surface as an impromptu bin.

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  21. Tracy Nixon

    The messiest is my youngest son! He goes out clean an comes home covered in grass or paint! Even when I bake with my four children, he is always the one to end up covered in flour or icing sugar!

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  22. Kevin Honey

    Me, because I’m very lazy

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  23. Alison Reid

    ME. There, I’ve admitted it.

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  24. winnie

    i am… i have got loads of stuff and our house is too small!

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  25. Simon G

    My 6 y/o daughter, you name it, she leaves it where it is

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  26. Graham McClure

    Messiest person is my daughter , leaves everything at her feet and spills everything she holds lol

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  27. BERNIE

    My partner, I go to the at 6 in the morning and the house is spotless, when I get back it looks like the place has been hit by a tornado. Wet towels on the bedroom floor, pyjamas, the tops off all his toiletries and half drunk cups of coffee littering the place. So I guess it’s definitely him!!

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  28. Louise Gazeley

    I would like to think it was my sons but I think it’s my spoilt dogs, but on the other hand they do lead each other on !!

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  29. Richard Moore

    My partner, they are a nightmare when it comes to cleanliness, as they will never put anything away. Even after we had been on holiday I think the suitcase was still in the living roo for about two months afterwards! I am forever picking up after them.

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  30. Jennifer Haden

    Probably me lol, but it’s mostly because I’m disabled and have a hard time standing/walking, in alot of pain, so it’s hard to clean up all the time. Something like this would really, REALLY be a lifesaver for me.

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  31. Guy Plater

    For political reasons I’m going to have to say me! 😉

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  32. Jill Osborne

    Definitely my labrador. She leaves doghair and pawprints everywhere she goes and when she has a drink, she trails water all over the kitchen. She does make up for it though, by hoovering up every crumb from the floor!

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  33. Tara

    My two-year-old is definitely the messiest. He hates leaving food on his plate after he’s finished, so unless you spot the moment he’s done eating in time, it always ends up on the floor. Same goes for crumbs from a biscuit, peel from a banana etc. Very frustrating!

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  34. Jaelin Farrow

    I think my partner and I are equally messy. We do tidy up though…it just sometimes takes a while!

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  35. graham foy

    our three teenagers need one because they drop there wheetos so we could do with a neato

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  36. Hazel Rea

    My husband is the messiest because I put things away, not down.

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  37. Richard Sober

    4 cats could no end of mess!!!

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  38. andrea tinkler

    MMMM…3 males in the house so who shall i coose. Would have to be husband Simon cos he just drops stuff where it falls, and although he usually picks it up later its still a mess until he does. Good job i love him xx

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  39. Mary Heald

    STANLEY, my dog as he is long haired and brings in all sorts attached to his coat.

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  40. Pauline Simpson

    The messies room in our house is my teenage daughters
    There are clothes every where never hangs them up every surface is covered with make up electical goods books dvd & cd’s

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  41. Phil

    It’s probably me………I have a problem remembering to put things away after use.

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  42. Rachel ¦¦ A Nesting Nomad

    It’s the mess fairies who fly around at night leaving out piles of Stuff, rearranging all my neatly organised laundry, and creating sinks-full of washing up. It’s definitely nothing to do with me.

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  43. Claire Park

    This is a toss up between the dogs and the boys, but I think the dogs win, two yellow labradors that shed hair most of the year so I am constantly vacuuming!

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  44. Dawn Brodribb

    If I’m honest it’s probably me! I always intend to put things away but don’t often get around to it!

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  45. Steven Appleton

    I think it’s my kids, they are always in and out, especially during the school holidays, with their friends after playing on the field at the back of our house. I’m surprised there’s any grass left on it.

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  46. Helen B

    I don’t even have to think about that question…My husband is the messiest person i know as he leaves things everywhere and says he will put them away later but he never gets around to it so i cave in and do it myself otherwise the house would be in a right state.

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  47. Georgina Jacobs

    My husband, need I say more???? I don’t think he believes in tidying up after himself, sometimes I look over and I just walk out the room!

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  48. Julie D

    My Husband! He doesn’t mean to but i can follow a trail of biscuit crumbs everywhere!!
    What are they like? hehe

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  49. S Bufton

    Probably me, because I am forever placing stuff everywhere.

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  50. pete c

    I`m the messiest as i`m guilty of leaving clothes round the house once i`ve taken them off

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  51. samj

    my 22 month old. Breakfast lunch and dinner are unbelievably messy times.

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  52. Claire D

    My son, he is like a whirlwind leaving mess wherever he goes

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  53. CAROL PATRICK

    The lounge/diner. it’s a large room and everthing happens there. The parrot has a cage at one end – so
    plenty of dust, bird food and feathers get scattered, the dog has his basket there too at the other end, so we get dog hairs and muddy feet. Also family and visitors are always coming and going.. A heavy traffic area.

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  54. Sarah Pybus

    With a Husband and 3 children its difficult to know who to blame but there is always plenty to do!

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  55. laura stewart

    my daughter she makes a mess everywhere she goes xx

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  56. janine atkin

    my partner is worse than a child. he leaves his mess all over the house and never wonders who cleans it all up after him

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  57. Karen Laing

    It’s not who,it’s what,I have three dogs who trot in and out of the house throughout the day I. have wooden floors,for obvious reasons as they have muddy,graassy paws.It’s seems to be never ending and I have to vacuum up to three times a day,every day,to say I now dislike this chore as it’s never ending.My daughter and grand-daughter also live with us and it’s like having a teenager again.in saying that I wouldn’t have it any other way x

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  58. kim neville

    My daughter is always leaving things around the house and then can’t find things

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  59. Jade H

    Probably me, I usually drop crumbs and then just leave them until I next Hoover.

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  60. sharon martin

    my kids as all to lazy to pick p after themselves

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  61. ashleigh allan

    My husband – he never tidies up behind himself!

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  62. tracey bowden

    As there is only 2 of us in my house I will say the daughter she will say me but in all honestly I taught her all she knows! #badexample! If this can navigate itself around 300+ barbie/monster high/mlp etc dolls then I will gladly fork out for this!

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  63. Catherine McAlinden

    My 4yo son. He is just a dirt magnet!

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  64. Phil Oneill

    My daughter or the dog always dropping crisps etc. or knocking his dog food all over the place.

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  65. Samantha Loughlin

    My daughter is so messy drives me mad

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  66. Darrell

    Certainly my wife. She would say me, but that wouldn’t be true;o)

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  67. Carolin

    Definitely my little girl. It’s either sand and mud from the playground, cookie crumble or something else, but there always is something.
    Carolin recently posted..Teach your child to play on their ownMy Profile

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  68. laura banks

    i would have to say my husband he seems to think our living room is a fishing tackle shop

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  69. Adesimisola Owodunni

    Me. Because I’m lazy and it drives my other half crazy.

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  70. Leanne Lunn

    My 2 year old she is always leaving crumbs and spilling things.

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  71. Neil Firth

    My wife – when she’s away the house stays really clean

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  72. Pam Hubbard

    Me because I am the only one living in the house xx

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  73. Lugworm

    Daughter, because she thinks her mom is natures cleaner!

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  74. Alix Smith

    I am – it drives my husband crazy! i’m trying to change my ways after reading The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kon but I think I might be too lazy to actually put it into practice!!

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  75. Alison

    I have to confess I am! I am terrible for putting things away and always leave a mess

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  76. Isabel O'Brien

    Definitely me!

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  77. Tina M Holmes

    The other half its like having a 3rd child. lol

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  78. Jayne T

    I think it would have to be me, I’m not sure why but I’ve always been good at making a mess.

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  79. sara davis

    My partner! constantly leaving crumbs everywhere! 😮

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  80. Marge

    According to my husband, it’s me. According to me, ok, it’s me. No matter how hard I try to be a ‘putter’, I am a ‘leaver’.


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  81. Sarah Parkin

    My son because he never looks where he’s going and spills everything. Bowls of cereal are his speciality!

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  82. Prerna Gupta

    My little girl..she drops half of what she eats on floor!

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  83. Anthony Harrington

    I admit it is me! I never put towels back in the right place and my clothes don’t seem to make it to the washing basket, but other than that I think that is the messiest we get.

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  84. Kali filsell

    My 8 year old daughter is the messiest person I know ! She leaves a trail of destruction wherever she goes lol. Her idea of tidying up is to just shove everything in a bag, or cupboard. When she gets undressed there is a trail of clothes just left , she leaves rubbish everywhere she leaves shoes in the middle of the floor, cupboards and drawers open its never ending

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  85. Fiona Paley

    Definately me because I seem to be oblivious to mess. Unless it gets pointed out to me I don’t realise it’s there.

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  86. William Gould

    My wife says it’s me! And I have absolutely no idea why she thinks that……..

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  87. Kelly L

    Probably me!

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  88. barbara daniels

    that would be me.

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  89. Karin Mortensen

    Afraid to say it’s me 🙁 I tend to leave my stuff everywhere.

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  90. Lindsey Morris

    My little boy, he can not rest until the contents of any boxes are scattered onto the floor. I now make him do the clearing up of said items, and it is a battle of wills; wanting me to help. However when he finally does clear up he is so proud, ” come look mummy” and we are all friends again 🙂

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  91. nicholas bootle

    left to my own devices, I rarely clean up after myself, though do minimal

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  92. Sarah Fawcett

    Definitely our Golden Retriever, she sheds that much hair every day that I could knit another!!

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  93. claire blaney

    My teenage daughter she just leaves everything everywhere & never cleans up after her elf

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  94. Kelly glen

    My dad, he is so messy.

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  95. Fiona K

    I can be messy

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  96. Paula Barker

    My husband, he never puts anything away, shoes, clothes, paperwork,chargers the list goes on!

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  97. suzannejean

    my two grandsons but I love them.

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  98. Caroline Clarke

    My son because he’s 3 and doesn’t like to clean up after himself!

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  99. Caroline smith

    Probably me cos I hate tidying up and hoovering!

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  100. caroline walliss

    My husband because he thinks i’m llike Mary Poppins that can magically make everything tidy!x

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  101. Emily Knight

    Erm…probably me. I’m one of those people who uses everything in the kitchen when they cook, and I’m not very good at cleaning up after myself! 😀
    Emily Knight recently posted..How to make the perfect roast chickenMy Profile

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  102. Iris W

    That’s a difficult one as all my three daughters seem to leave a trail of mess behind but the messiest is probably my oldest daughter. Her bedroom is an absolute pigsty this poor vacuum cleaner would have a lot of beeping to do in there!
    Great giveaway

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  103. clair downham

    my son who cant keep still

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  104. Jen Schofield

    My little cousin when she comes to stay – otherwise we’re all quite tidy

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  105. Carrie

    The rabbit, Jasper… hay and poop everywhere!

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  106. Louise Smith

    It’s a clise one between our 6 year old daughter and the cat! I think the cat just wins due to the amount of fur

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  107. Lisa Evans

    My eldest daughter there’s always a trail of crumbs behind her!!

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  108. Susan Murray

    My youngest you know where he’s been by wrappers and empty glasses and bottles

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  109. sue hodges

    my partner – constantly uses things without putting them away afterwards

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  110. Zoe G

    My son, he drives me mad, he is so messy with his clothes and when he does anything in the kitchen

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  111. Jo m welsh

    My youngest because she just leaves things any where and doesn’t care where she puts it

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  112. Soph H

    My friends because they come round, eat my food and leave their mess! Although they do bring wine!

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  113. Kelly Wiffin

    I think we are as bad as each other. The kids are messy, I am a hoarder, my other half leaves things in places..and regularly loses them. So yes we are all as bad as each other!
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  114. Tammy westrup

    I would say hubby in my house!

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  115. Andrew Petrie

    I’m the messiest person in my household because I’m the only one in it.

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  116. mark

    my missis and our little girl are the messy ones.

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  117. diana jones

    me

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  118. Tom Hawes

    The wife is messiest, she seems to have an aversion to putting things in bins and will just leave rubbish where ever she happens to be! Also there’s make up everywhere! We have a 6 week old though so I reckon he’ll take over top spot soon enough! Ha ha

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  119. sharon mead

    we are all messy, the animals and work take priority, not sure what the cat will make of this!

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  120. Paul Wilson

    I have to confess it’s me – food fights desperately to avoid my mouth!

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  121. Kate Loader

    Me as I can tend to be a bit lazy!

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  122. Kamara H

    Embarrassingly, it might just be me!

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  123. Rhi P

    Oh gosh, your really review made me giggle! Your hoover sounds a bit like my son actually- convinced he can fit under the furniture he’s got himself wedged a few times and lays there making pathetic whimpering noises until I free him!
    If I won this I’m pretty sure I’d end up talking to the thing (not my fault I really want a pet but live in pet-free rented accommodation, curses).

    I’d like to think I didn’t need this in my life, but as I don’t yet have a butler and I’m forced to admit that I AM THE MESSY ONE in the house, I really do.

    If I won it, would it be bad to not tell my other half and just let him believe I’d suddenly become a domestic goddess? 😉

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  124. Rudy

    My partner, need to constantly be behind picking things up

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  125. Justin

    Amazing could do with this in my life and it could also give the cat excise by chasing her around (in a nice way).

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  126. Matthew G

    Definitely me!

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  127. C Kennedy

    It’s actually me! I don’t mean to do it, but I’m terrible for putting stuff down and forgetting about it. But then again it’s me that does the cleaning so I’m allowed to be messy!

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  128. Holly Gibson

    Me! Because I’m always cooking

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  129. Philip Darling

    My son – he has yet to see the wisdom in the old saying ‘A place for everything and everything in its place’

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  130. Laura Nice

    My partner… its impossible for him to clean up after himself!

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  131. Helen Yeomans

    It’s a draw, between my partner and our son. They are both the same, can’t close drawers, can’t put milk or butter back in the fridge… And socks everywhere!

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  132. Ruth Harwood

    It’s me – I seem to accumulate paper and books in piles all over the house!!

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  133. Helen Adams

    My hubby – he just seems oblivious to mess!

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  134. Kerry Charlesworth

    Definitely my kids!!!!

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  135. Victoria Wale

    I am absolutely the messiest person in my household… and bearing in mind I have a 9-month old that’s really saying something! No idea where I get it from but if something can be spilled then no matter how hard I try it’ll end up spilling. Hopefully my baby won’t inherit this from me! x

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  136. Sarah P-J

    Me I’m afraid, always getting told off by the BF 🙁

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  137. Ian B

    Me…. cause I’m the only one here

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  138. jayne hall

    my husband and my daughters

    they never empty the bins
    leave pots rubbish all over plus dirty washing

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  139. Carol M

    It has to be my husband. He dumps things where he wants, leaves empty wrappers everywhere and is generally untidy in all things.
    Carol M recently posted..A positive frame of mindMy Profile

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  140. Lisa Everaert

    This is a tough one but taking everything into account i would have to say my partner. In General he`s very good but when it comes to his workspace in the house it honestly looks like a bombs hit it. I tidy it from time to time but have to be incredibly careful as theres masses of notes everywhere and each note is important information. Busy household, messy household but a loving one xx

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  141. glenn hutton

    Daughter, just complete and utter chaos wherever she goes…

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  142. Jane Barrett

    My oldest daughter. To be fair she studies hard but just leaves mess everywhere. Clothes on the floor, wey towels on the floor, make up everywhere, shoes all over the house, books dumped all around the place I could go on all day. She’s in for a shock when she gets her own place and realises there is no magic tidy up fairy.

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  143. Elizabeth Hinds

    I have a husband, and 8 year old and a 1 year old. But I have to say, I am, by far, the messiest person in the house! I hate dirt so I’m always cleaning but I’m terrible for leaving things lying around!

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  144. PAULINE HILL

    MY DOG AND MY HUSBAND (EQUALLY)

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  145. Heather Haigh

    My hubby, when he cooks anything he wrecks the whole kitchen. He even managed to get loads of crumbs on every work surface and in the sink from making himself some toast!
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  146. Rosalind Sargent

    My eldest son who is 15 is the laziest in our house cant expect any thing more from a teenager

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  147. Milly Y

    My boyfriend – he never washes up!

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  148. Laura Jeffs

    Definitely my hubby!! He’s terribly untidy, can never find anything!

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  149. Rob Griffiths

    Me. But then I live alone.

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  150. Harry Baker-Farmer

    Me! I just can’t be bothered to put things away when I know I’ll need them again soon!

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  151. Alana Walker

    My partner as I am always having to clear up after him. I’ve even stopped letting him cook as he makes such a mess.x

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  152. Roger Bufton

    My Sister

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  153. Sarah N

    My 12 year old son. He’s not mastered the art of using a bin yet

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  154. Alexander Winton

    Me because I live alone

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  155. sarah rees

    definitely both the kids, forever telling them to tidy up after themselves

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  156. Louise A

    I should say my husband as he leaves crumbs everywhere! but truthfully with 4 animals in the house I am always clearing up after them

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  157. Penni

    Oh dear, I’m the messiest one 🙁 My excuse is that I’m disabled so it’s hard to get around to put things away… but that is, basically, an excuse. I always have been messy. The disability is for the last 20 years, the messiness is lifelong…!

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  158. Nicki Tayler

    I think we are all bad as one another! We are a family of five with a dog and a cat and I am a childminder so it’s permanently messy in my house!

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  159. Jodie Cook

    Me! But I prefer to think of it as organised chaos!

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  160. jen louise jackson

    My son – he must think cleaning fairys come in the night!

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  161. Jodie Holyoake

    Probably Me, I leave stuff everywhere sometimes!

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  162. Tammy Tudor

    The pets!

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  163. Laura Walker

    Erm unfortunately that would be me 🙁

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  164. Siobhan Davis

    My Pug Ollie, Leaves Dog hairs everywhere this would be great as also my 1 year old is terrified of our large hoover literally screams and shakes hes that frightened so this could be discreet and clean up the hairs without him knowing x Would love to be considered xx

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  165. Laura S

    Myself 🙂 But I also do all the tidying sooo….

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  166. Louise Comb

    OMG, where to start! Well, I’ll be kind and just say it’s the Hubster. He’s lovely in sooooo many ways, just not necessarily in that particular way 😀

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  167. Rachel Butterworth

    My dad comes home from work and just takes his sweaty socks off. I find them all over the house.

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  168. KT Alderson

    My teenage son without a doubt. He just cannot seem to make it to the washing machine with dirty clothes, or to the sink with used plates, or to the bin with his rubbish! He is also fond of leaving crumbs throughout the house, and don’t even get me started on his muddy football boots. Argghhh!!

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  169. Ryan Clapham

    My wife always says me but I wonder why?

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  170. Sam Swain

    The messiest person in my house is definitely my husband. He leaves a trail of destruction behind him as he never finishes a job and just leaves the mess in his wake.
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  171. leanne weir

    it has to be my hubby

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  172. Paul T

    It’s definitely me. I tend to leave clothes, towels, etc around the flat!

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  173. Sarah Griffiths

    I’m blaming the dog….

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  174. Rachel Sanders

    That would be my beaitiful border collie/german shepherd cross, Max. Has a magnificent, soft & fluffy coat but moults constantly & often drops seeds & bugs etc. collected from walks in the wood, around the house.

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  175. Lorraine Tinsley

    My daughter, but then she is only 20 mths and she’s getting better

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  176. Laura Pritchard

    My husband is bad for leaving sock balls everywhere & not putting stuff in the bin so I’ll say him, but my son is pretty bad at leaving toys out!

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  177. Rich Barker

    My wife – crumbs and debris seem to have a magnetic attraction to her. Would station this robot 24×7 around her 🙂

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  178. Joanne Welsh

    Me! But it’s organised chaos!

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  179. Kaci Soderstrom

    It’s between me and the cat. I get more food on the floor than in my mouth most days and between my cat and I there’s hair everywhere. If it’s not mine, it’s his. Okay, I’m probably the worst offender.

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  180. janice skelton

    Definitely my husband.

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  181. Megan Adams

    My partner. Crumbs and rubbish everywhere. Far worse than the kids!

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  182. lynn heath

    My son is the messiest for sure, he is a nightmare|!

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  183. PAUL STANLEY

    My wife – who tends to leave clothes everywhere

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  184. Caroline H

    My husband. I can’t understand it as his job means he has to be really organised but at home I’m forever putting things back where they should be, putting things like banana skins left on the table in the bin and trying to make him understand that a filing system is not a big box of random paper with other assorted things thrown in.

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  185. fozia Akhtar

    My husband because he leaves his things everywhere

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  186. Simon C

    I’ve got three-year-old twins. Not sure which one is messier… I’m sure they compete between themselves to see who can be the messiest.

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  187. Ruth Edmonds

    We have different bits of mess that irritate us, but overall I am probably the messiest. I think it’s because I am always trying to multitask rather than just complete something so that everything is put away.

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  188. ruth robinson

    my boyfriend he leaves wrappers everywhere

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  189. claire griffiths

    the cats lol

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  190. Jessica Minshull

    My brother- he makes a mess then scarpers up to his room and stays quiet. Everyone forgets he is even in the house.

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  191. stuart allen

    i am! i have a vacuum following me about the house…

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  192. Alastair Jones

    My Parents! HA!

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  193. annie

    My kids by far – crumbs galore everywhere although I try to get it contained in the kitchen but it never works

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  194. Heather Knotts

    Charlie, our German Shepherd who casts hair all over everything

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  195. Jo

    My husband is an archaeologist therefore I have a permanently messy house covered in a fine layer of dead people dust and old pots that our historical ancestors decided they didn’t want but would look “ace” in my home…

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  196. Hassina Begum

    My husband because he’s a MAN!!

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  197. Susan Ellins

    Betsy the cat is definitely the messiest. Ripped up paper bags and cat hair.

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  198. Ann Paterson

    Husband – farmer, probably born in a barn

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  199. Stephanie Whitehouse

    It’s me – I just feel uncomfortable when everything is neat

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  200. claire woods

    Me, as always getting told off by hubby and son!

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  201. Ann Robinson

    That would be my other half

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  202. helen tovell

    My 11 year old daughter is like a whirlwind wherever she goes clothes and toys just appear on the floor

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  203. Kat Glynn

    My hubby, there is usually a trail of crumbs from the kitchen to his favourite chair in the lounge 🙂

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  204. Bhavesh Mistry

    I am, just dont have the time to tidy!

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  205. Mary Chez

    My younger son who I think invented the floordrobe

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  206. gemma clark

    My hubby, he never picks up after himself!

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  207. Paula Readings

    My Hubby, just follow the trail of wrappers, plates & empty glasses & he will be at the end of it!

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  208. Deb Alexander

    I think it has to be our 3 children, but children are only children for a short time so I can live with it (for a while at least anyway!)

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  209. Hilda Hazel Wright

    I’m the messiest person. I’m clumsy so I spill stuff everywhere all the time even if I’m trying to be careful!

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  210. Mark George

    Me because I leave a trail of crumbs around the kitchen. Usually of toast or biscuit origin 😉 My Wife would be a whole lot happier if I was lucky enough to have a robot vacuum cleaner following me around! Fingers crossed

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  211. Alison Joyce

    My husband is even messier than my 5 year old daughter

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  212. Edward Guerreiro

    Me. I just don’t have the same standards as others in my house. Even after I have cleaned, I get told that the house is still a mess.

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  213. Amanda A

    My son is the messiest person ever!

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  214. Silvia Perez

    Loved you review, thorough and helpful.
    I think my dog and myself compete to be the messiest in the house but at least he has a good excuse. He is a dog.

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  215. Simon penfold

    Definitely the wife

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  216. Nicola S

    In our house, it’s “Somebody”. No-one seems to know who “Somebody” is, but they are responsible for such a lot!

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  217. Gareth Evans

    I am the messiest as I do all the maintenance on the house

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  218. Kay

    Probably my eldest daughter, she just drops things if she’s no longer using it.

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  219. Simon Tinsley

    The messiest person in my house would be me
    I can’t help it unfortunately
    The dishes are a chore
    Vaccuming is a bore
    And the bin is too far away

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  220. AMANDA EDWARDS

    I’m single, so the messiest persion is of course, me! I already have a robot cleaner but it is on its last legs.

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  221. david cavender

    i’m, as i hate doing or helping with the household chores!

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  222. Allan Wilson

    Easy one to answer – the other half who tip toes through the house in gardening shoes.

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  223. Michelle Phillips

    My sister, because she leaves a trail of mess everywhere.

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  224. emily omara

    I guess me, we are both quite tidy though. I tend to let the washing build up for a day and then do it all at once. would loooove a robot to help with the cleaning!

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  225. Natalie Crossan

    Me I reackon!

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  226. Issie

    The bloody dog! We also have wooden floors and man alive, does dog hair show up on them. It is everywhere, every day, no matter what I do. May programme the robot Hoover to hoover the dog ha ha!

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  227. Sandra Omara

    My Newfoundland dog Yogi, because he sheds fur a lot and slobbers everywhere! Would really appreciate this robot hoover!

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  228. Clare H

    the toddler!

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  229. Linda Thorn

    My husband I am afraid to say
    Everywhere he goes he leaves things to tidy away
    Be it post,
    Or be it his toast,
    He just leaves it anyway.

    In the garden he likes to cut
    But at the end of it I have to tut
    Put things away I always say
    But as the day goes on he never puts it away.

    He likes to drill
    But at the end of it I find a shavings hill
    Shavings all over the house
    I wish I lived with a mouse

    But at the end of it
    I love him dearly
    But if it comes to the messiest
    It’s got to be
    My husband clearly

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  230. leigh boyle

    my 2 year old x

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  231. Jessica Woods

    My partner definitely is the most untidy person I have ever met makes loads more mess than all three kids put together x

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  232. Jonathan Reed

    My wife is the messiest, she never puts empty packets in the bins and leaves clothes all over the places.

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  233. steve murphy

    Well I have to hold my hands up very high & say it’s me & always me but not very far behind me is my 7 year old daughter who seems to take after me in creating mess & leaving it for someone else to tidy up. I’m guilty as charged! Sentence me! LOL

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  234. James Hazell

    Probably me. I’m always getting bits and pieces out and forgetting to put them back

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  235. Shirly

    Really impressive! I am sure that the robots will rule the world some day! 🙂 It is really nice to have such a vacuum cleaner. I am a busy mom and for me it is a relief to have a robot vacuum cleaner. I can imagine how great it will be it I don’t have to vacuum! 🙂 Neato in particular seems very nice and pretty “smart”. I like that it moves in a way that allows to clean corners and sides. I love it! Thanks for the review!

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  236. Jessica Powell

    My boyfriend – he never puts anything away!

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  237. emma thackery

    my dog hes always moulting

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  238. Mrs Dale Dagger

    My husband – he has good intentions but is so easily distracted

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  239. LOUISE ASEKOKHAI

    THE KIDS!

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  240. mark tebbutt

    my cats

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  241. Caroline Willoughby

    It’s a close call, but would say that it has to be the dog.

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  242. Anthony Martin

    cant deny itll be me 🙂

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  243. Emma Gibson

    My brother because he knows everyone (except me) will run around after him.

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  244. Gillian Cooke

    Me! I tend to leave things on chairs instead of putting them away!

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  245. judy kennedy

    My sister when she babysits. Teabags that have missed the bin. Fingerprints on the doors from doing crafts with the kids. Crumbs on the floor because she does not use plates & it goes on. My kids love her so we laugh about it & she does have an excuse, not very good eyesight.

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  246. Sarah Rees

    My teenage daughter – She is like a mini whirlwind of mess

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  247. Allan Smith

    Not a person, but I blame my cat. Simply because it rules the roost and it can 🙂

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  248. Michael Beaumont

    probably me until our son is born

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  249. Paula

    I wish I could blame someone else, but I live alone!

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  250. M H

    We’re all fairly tidy here, but the dog makes enough for everyone

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  251. Hugh Mackenzie

    I am! Probably because I seem to need to use everything in the kitchen when I cook!

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  252. Colin Patterson

    There is no one messy in this house. Certainly not. 🙂

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  253. Kat Lucas

    I’m the messiest in the house

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  254. Ella L

    Everyone except me!!!! I’m forever tidying up after the family, cups, plates, washing, magazines, papers……….. need I say more

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  255. Louise A

    Myself! Most defo!

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  256. P Millington

    It is a tie between hubby and son. I think they consider it a challenge as to who can make the most mess!

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  257. Dee Griffiths

    Hubby is THE most untidy person, its like having kids again and he’s 62!!

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  258. Kay Broomfield

    My son, he’s constantly leaving lego and stickers everywhere!

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  259. gemma brown

    i’m not the tidiest person if i’m honest, but i think my 5 year old is the messiest

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  260. Rey Chunara

    My little boy thinks his floor is his wardrobe

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  261. Wendy Tyler

    Probably my oldest girl as she loves making things so is always cutting up bits of paper or boxes or material, and she isn’t exactly great at tidying up afterwards!

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  262. Lillian Fisher

    It’s my daughter who at 12 yrs is worse than my 6yr old.

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  263. sarah Knightley

    My 16 month old, it looks like a bomb has gone off after a mornings playtime

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  264. Ioona

    What a great question – I think it must be my daughter, she leaves a trail of discarded toys, rubbish, pens in her wake and never knowingly puts anything away. If she bakes the kitchen looks like a bomb-site and we’ve not seen her bedroom floor for months. Lucky we love her <3

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  265. Jaye M

    The two year old. He is a walking crumb factory.

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  266. Ashleigh Kerr

    The dog! So much dog hair it’s unreal!

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  267. Richard Rowley

    Has to be me – I know where things are, they just aren’t tidy…

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  268. Corinne Peat

    I have 3 boys and a girl and I think my girl makes the most mess.

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  269. rebecca nisbet

    Thats easy, its my daughter, she loves cutting paper so thats always over the floor, shes like a whirlwind!

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  270. sally bassett

    Millie the cat, rolls on her back and leaves her hair everywhere

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  271. Michelle Banks

    my teenage son is definitly !

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  272. Emily C

    Definitely my boyfriend. He’s really outdoorsy and plays football, goes running, cycles all weekend, and goes rock climbing during the week. The amount of dirt that gets tracked through our house is ridiculous!! This would help me so much!!! Fingers Crossed! 🙂

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  273. Rich Tyler

    My wife is a nightmare! 😉

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  274. Melanie Betteridge

    my boyfriend is messier than my 4 children put together he has an UTTER inability to put anything away, pick anything up OR tidy up after himself!!

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  275. Nicola McC

    My dog, Skye! She leaves a trail of hair and toys behind her everywhere she goes!

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  276. Graeme Macmillan

    Me – bad training when I was knee high to a grasshopper

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  277. carol phile

    We are both as messy as each other. Why? Life is too short to file stuff…

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  278. Mike clyma

    My daughter, she leaves her plates/cups on the stairs up,to our loft conversion, that is of course, if she can be bothered to bring the, out of her room, I swear her room is,like a,black hole, what goes in never comes out

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  279. Katie Corr

    My son with his muddy football boots!

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  280. Sarah E

    I’m the messiest person… potentially in the word..! I have over 100 empty cans of Red Bull sitting around my computer at the moment because I can’t be bothered to throw them away… oh dear…

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  281. Susan Naylor

    Probably me, I have so many things I want to do, sewing, books to read, letters that need answering …. I end up with all sorts of stuff everywhere. I would deal with it all and sort it all out if only I had time….

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  282. katie skeoch

    I am I think! I’m always running around & a bit scatterbrained so find items all around the house!

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  283. Wendy Smith

    My daughter is the messiest person in our house because she knows that someone else will eventually crack and clear up for her

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  284. lyn Burgess

    My little girl, but she is only 13 months and weaning, so hopefully she will improve soon, Until she becomes a teenager, anyway.

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  285. Chris Aldridge

    Everybody except me. I am always the tidiest 🙂

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  286. Rebecca Barnes

    Probably a close tie between us… I’d say I hoard more clutter but am cleaner!

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  287. Andrew Naylor

    My 2 y/o girl, she is a little whirlwind!

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  288. Jennifer Heard

    Has to be my husband, he can deposit crumbs wherever he goes

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  289. Marie B

    My children are always very messy. You can guarantee that when eating a snack or dinner, there will be plenty of crumbs and bits of food dropped on the floor!!!

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  290. Victoria Zelos

    I think I’m the messiest in the house, closely followed by my eldest son….. I’ve been looking at buying one of these Neatos for a while, they look better than the others on the market 🙂

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  291. Carol Emmett

    There IS just me so, by default, that would be …….. me 🙂

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  292. Julie Ward

    Partner is, he keeps bits of wood, nails, nuts and screws etc. (Clutter)

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  293. Kristy Brown

    My soldier hubby. He traipses in and leaves a trail of destruction. I’m forever finding socks in random places, empty wrappers, uniform and glasses. He can’t even manage to put his keys in his ‘designated’ area!

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  294. Victoria N

    My daughter, 2.5, as she has mastered the art of getting out all of the toys but not putting them away!

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  295. Peter Saville

    Does t make tea also?

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  296. Lyla

    My cat Shadow leaves his toys all over the place, he is a messy eater and he doesn.t clean up after he has been sick

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  297. Val Swift

    I would say the kids but I think my partners worse because he should know better and he never tidies up after himself it’s like having three kids!

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  298. CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND

    Me as Im too busy entering competitions to tidy up

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  299. Keith Hunt

    The family Basset Hound that sprays drible everywhere.

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  300. wendy davis

    its my husband he is totally messy and im glad when he is in work as my house is clean and tidy then

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  301. Hekna

    My baby. Who knew such small people could create so much mess!

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  302. mel crossan

    my teenager, i blame hormones!

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  303. Pete Belcher

    That would definitely be the dog…..

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  304. Rebecca Morgan

    Tough one! I would say my eldest daughter. I’m constantly finding banana peel or Apple cores scattered about the house! She never picks up her up toys or puts anything away. In contrast, my youngest is fairly tidy. My husband has a lot to answer for too!

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  305. Caroline Cordery

    The messiest is my four year old as he loves to tip boxes of small stuff like lego out just to hear the sound of it.

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  306. Emma Lowri Humberstone

    Our two flatcoat retrievers, who have never seemed to grow out of the puppy phase and so leave their toys, fur and footprints all over the downstairs!!

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  307. Barbara Freedman

    According to my husband its my son who’s the messiest and the fact that he left home 8 years ago doesn’t seem to make any difference. Said son is also responsible for all missing items and never puts hubby’s tools away!!

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  308. Christina Palmer

    My Jack Russel cross Rosey. She picks up a mouthful of dried food, drops it on the kitchen mat and then eats bits one by one until she has had enough leaving the rest where it lays. She has a drink from her bowl and then walks away leaving splashes of it on the floor. She empties the waste paper bins to get to her empty crisp and nut bags so she can lick out to salt and then shreds the bags leaving them all around the living room floor.

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  309. Ben Audsley

    my cat daisy – becuase she is so hairy!

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  310. stephen holman

    in most rooms probably me but in the bathroom definitely the missus!!

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  311. jodie yorke

    my 8 year old daughter she drops stuff and just walks away from it.

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  312. Pauline Wilson

    My daughter, she just leaves everything lying, wet towels on floor, expensive stuff like ipods and laptops, she cannot seem to grasp that when you finish the last of something like toilet roll you replace it with a new one. I could go on and on in exasperation

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  313. Steve Dickinson

    Definitely me, I checked with the wife!

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  314. Stevie

    My 5 year old niece Beth. It’s unfathomable, if that’s a real word.

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  315. Andy Kadir-Buxton

    My youngest, he is only 4, and loves jumping in muddy puddles, I think he got the idea off the telly somewhere.

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  316. Ann Tily

    I guess it’s me – so many hobbies and things I enjoy doing that I probably create more work for myself than any other member of the household – but then I’m never bored!

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  317. Tim

    Sadly it’s me. I lack the octopus like arms of my wife, and my son is too small to cause any real havoc yet!

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  318. tracey grevatt

    My teenage son, very messy and smelly!

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  319. david cavender

    my young son-can’t seem to care about tidiness and is always in a mess.

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  320. John

    My 9 yo daughter really is the messiest. If it’s not loom bands, (aargh!), it beads, or offcuts of paper, or pencil/crayon shavings, or….. well you get the picture!

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  321. Ana N.

    At the moment its my little boy. He is on the move and anything he can grab is scattered all over the house

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  322. Scott Fallon

    Me probably, i’m always forgetting to put things away

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  323. Elizabeth Briggs

    My partner is messier than my children 🙂

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  324. Chris Michael

    My daughter is, because she is 2.

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  325. Sharon

    I have 3 sons and a 5 year old daughter and I have to say it’s my daughter who is the messy one as she leaves a trail of destruction behind her which she makes her 3 big brothers clean.

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  326. Lisa

    Maybe it’s Mogwai the Gremlin
    Or the spirit of a Victorian Ghost
    It could even be ET the Alien
    Or Tinker Bell fresh from the coast,
    Whoever it is, they’re ‘expert level’ messy
    So it couldn’t be baby, hubby or me…

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  327. Martina Pichova

    My baby daughter – she insist on feeding herself.

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  328. Christine Caple

    Definitely my husband, he’s an absolute nightmare!

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  329. Amy Beckett

    Our puppy she loves shredding paper up.

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  330. Jake Canale

    My daughter because shes 10 months old and loves to spread her crumbs everywhere !!

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  331. Russ Allan

    My Eldest daughter, every meal she manages to get it down her, if she has to carry something from the kitchen 9 times out of ten it gets dropped.

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  332. Isabelle Smith

    me lol, lifes too short to keep tidying up

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  333. Jennifer Toal

    It has to be my daughter

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  334. Jo Ford

    Me because I hate washing up!!

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  335. sarah davison

    It’s a toss up between my eldest daughter or my other half. I think my daughter just wins. She doesn’t care one bit about how much mess she makes. Meals times are probably the worst.

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  336. Emer Fogarty

    Me. Never seem to finish tidying up!

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  337. Corinne Wallace

    Me! I just never manage to pick up all the little threads left on the floor after I’ve been sewing, or the crumbs from the cake.

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  338. helen booth

    It’s a tie between my sons and hubby! Drives me mad when the hubby leaves crumbs in the kitchen, and his black work socks malt worse than any dog!!! black bits everywhere!!

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  339. Lois Eaton

    Probably me, I have better things to do than constant tidying.

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  340. Laura Smith

    My teenage daughter… Because “she’s tired” and “she doesn’t have time” hmmm. I would love a bit of help around the house!

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  341. Mari Sutherland

    Mrki our flat coat retriever, he leaves hairs everywhere! ( I know he isn’t a person but he thinks he is).

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  342. Alex Brownlee

    I am the messiest because i am so lazy i never clean up after myself

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  343. Bobbie

    Either it’s my children or some invisible being who likes to come in and mess up the place. Your guess is as good as mine. Would love to win one of these robots though

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  344. Kat Allinson

    My husband, he doesn’t put anything away after him or back where it belongs

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  345. Clair Candy

    My two German Shepherds, Shadow and Rhanie. There worse than the kids! They bring so much muck in from outside and when they eat their dry food they leave crumbs everywhere! x

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  346. Fiona

    my cat – he throws his food everywhere!

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  347. carole n

    has to be the cat. so many trails of pine needles.

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  348. Caroline Blaza

    I am the messier than my daughter!! So I am the messiest in my house!! x

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  349. Carole

    My cat who loves the outdoors so much, she insists on bringing it indoors all the time. Still love her loads though

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  350. Angela Williams

    My 5 year old son is so messy

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  351. Tamsin Dean

    my partner, not that he would admit it and would say it is the kids

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  352. Emma Ellams

    Me. I’m so untidy and it’s always my husband who clears up after me. I always intend to do but it never quite happens. Packing clothes away is my worst thing. I have a large chairdrobe!

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  353. Angela L White

    a bit of both of us lol

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  354. Jamie

    My two year old brother but he is learning to put things away which is amazing 🙂

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  355. belinda s porter

    my cat Anya we adopted her from battersea dogs and cats home and she was litter trained unfortunatly she still uses her litter tray she comes in from the garden to use it. So litter goes every where we love her so much though

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  356. Henri

    I’m the messiest: I don’t pick up my stuff on the day the maid visits, so even if I pick it up later, I miss the vacuum work she does

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  357. Charlotte Summers

    Ive just moved in with my partner. Blimey he is messy!

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  358. cheryl lovell

    My son – he just leaves stuff everywhere!!

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  359. Linda Hill

    My son-in-law! He just never ever puts anything away – just leaves it where he has finished using it – clothes, beakers, tools, garden paraphernalia – you name it, he just leaves it lying around for us to trip over and eventually put away out of sheer frustration!

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  360. EJ Dunn

    My boyfriend – and he doesn’t even live here!

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  361. Julie Edwards

    I think my 16 year old son is the messiest in the house. His room is like a disaster zone and we need fully body suits to wear on entering. 😉

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  362. Jenny Barker

    My Other half is the messiest he would say no but what he doesn’t realize is hang it on the back of the dining room chair is not putting it away!!!

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  363. adrian knox

    my daughter because she has just turned into a teenager

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  364. Lee Stroud

    My dog is the messiest!!

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  365. laura j coulson

    the kids then the husband

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  366. Paula Burnside

    My teenage daughter. Im sure at the age of 13 she lost the use of her hands to do anything other than text on her phone!

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  367. Pamela Cook

    Sad to say, I am the messiest person here (now that the girls have left home, of course). I try not to be, but do like to leave things out to remind me to do them, so our dining table tends to be littered with my notes to self and other bits to remind me of things. I can’t change – if I tidy things away, I forget about them!

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  368. Tara Davies

    To be honest all 3 of my children are pretty messy but I think my middle son is the worst. He sits in his bedroom for most of the day like lord muck, surrounded by plates and cups etc. He even has a melt down when I sneak in and try to hoover. He’s a proper stinker!

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  369. Thomas Hampson

    Looks good!

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  370. Julie Howarth

    My 20 year old daughter…. every room looks like a bombs hit it when she’s been in!

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  371. Kimberley H

    I’m the only person in my household so it would definitely be me…

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  372. vicki hennie

    I have two messy children and a messy husband however i find myself vacuming 4 times a day after my dog N-Knuck who malts all the time (hes definetley the messiest x x x

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  373. ELIZABETH DOODY

    The Dog!!! Shedding all day everyday, rolling in various smelly substances & never cleans up after himself!

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  374. Greig spencer

    my brother who leaves his dirty clothes everywhere

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  375. Cara Bemrose-williams

    Hands down my 5 year old- he leaves a trail of Lego, crayons and general carnage wherever he goes!

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  376. ESME MCCRUBB

    MY HUSBAND LEAVE EVERYTHING AT HIS BACKSIDE

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  377. aaron reck

    It’s pretty equal. We’re both guys and we pick up the trash that has food around on it but it might need dusted in here.

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  378. Hayley Lynch

    In our house there is a person called SOMEBODY who seems to make the mess !

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  379. Mary Baldwin

    Me, but it’s because I get most post and do all the cooking etc. In my defence, I am also the one who does the most cleaning & tidying.

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  380. Michaela Hannah

    My youngest son because he doesn’t quite understand the concept of tidying up yet!

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  381. Graham

    My daughter is the messiest , leaves everything at her backside

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  382. Kristyn Harris

    The messiest person in my household is my 10 year old daughter who is great at getting everything (toys) out, but ‘forgets’ to put anything back!

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  383. Keshia Esgate

    My mum! She loves craftwork and baking and she works from home so there is always piles of projects on the go everywhere!

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  384. Victoria

    The 1 and 3yr olds win the title of messiest people in our house, constantly trying to teach them to pick up after themselves, have yet to get anywhere with it!

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  385. Natalie O'Connell

    My Husband!!!! you would think it was our 8yr old daughter but no. My husband leaves clothes where he takes them off, eats sandwiches, biscuits without a plate and always leaves pots in the sink!!

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  386. Fiona Salmon

    The dog by far! 😛

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  387. marie carr

    My Partner – I work at the weekends and he watches the kids and I swear he leaves the house more of a pigsty in two days than me and the kids leave it in 5!

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  388. Susan Hall

    My husband, he can never put anything back where it goes

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  389. Pam Francis Gregory

    I am! I never clear up after myself!!

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  390. Claire Melvin

    My youngest daughter is definitely the messiest person in our house as she pulls everything out but never puts anything away. I often find one of her shoes in the living room and the other will be in her bedroom!

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  391. Sarah Lewis

    Yep have to honest and admit it’s me!

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  392. Lucy Robinson

    My daughter is the messiest in our house. Where she is there is mess.

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  393. Jo W

    My son and its because he’s only 2

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  394. Nicola

    My youngest son by a mile 😉

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  395. Charlotte Hood

    That would be me… I have so much stuff and nowhere to put it!

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  396. Heather Crowe

    Our cats! They leave their toys everywhere and walk little cat litter crumbs all over the place, haha.

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  397. Jocelyn

    My 20 year old daughter in her bedroom.

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  398. Brad Start

    Guilty as charged. After 30 years I think I’ve actually learnt to put my clothes in the washing basket, most of the time.

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  399. sadie coffin

    Oh no I have no excuse…I live on my own dammit

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  400. John Mcgovern

    My 14 year old daughter. She takes clothes out, decides not to wear them and throws them on the floor. I don’t know whats dirty and whats clean. Before I started to decorate her room she told me not to move the wardrobe. Now I know why. Rubbish that won’t fit in the bin is in it. It was stuffed full empty bags, sweet wrappers and all sorts of rubbish. No wonder she can never find anything.

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  401. lisa brandling

    I would say my four year old as she is always dropping bits of food and wandering in and out with her shoes on!

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  402. charlotte

    the messiest in our house is the pets! ha

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  403. Jane Oholleran

    my 6 year old is the messiest!

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  404. john hannigan

    with 2 young grandaughters the eldest being 2 this would be ideal

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  405. Nora Saab

    That’d probably be me, I’m moody sometimes

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  406. Robby Price

    Me , I always leave things lying around

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  407. Sylvia Gill

    Probably Me ! = when cooking and bakeing I slop everywhere and create lots of washing up 1 – but the resulting food is usually worth it !

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  408. Teresa Lee

    My son – leave him alone in a room for 10 minutes and its like Taz the Tazmanian Devil has ripped through the place.

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  409. Jeanette Davison

    My husband when he is cooking. He leaves a mess on every work serface and says the kitchen is too small.

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  410. donna stewart

    Definitely me… Thinks it’s because I have too much stuff and not enough storage. Maybe winning the Neato will encourage me to have a clear out. It’d be nice to see the floors lovely and clean.

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  411. Eileen Tingle

    I’m afraid I’m the messy one but I do clear up after myself

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  412. Clare B.

    The cats because they never clear up after themselves! Oh and we have five!

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  413. Spencer Broadley

    Definitely me – I don’t tend to clear up after myself!!!!

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  414. Samantha Mann

    My 2 year old boy…. because he’s a 2 year old boy and 2 year old boys make LOTS of mess.

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  415. Paula Phillips

    My husband makes the most mess, you always know where he’s been or what he’s eaten by all the mess left around.

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  416. Mrs Rachel Heap

    my 3 kids and hubby im pretty well trained myself shame the other 4 arent tho!

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  417. ROSEMARY SHEEHAN

    My fiance is because he just leaves his clothes on the floor when he undress

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  418. Kelly Smith

    Definitely our little dog, I’ll never figure how a moderately small dog sheds so much fur!

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  419. Carey A

    My two black and white cats. They don’t seem to understand the need for the house to be clean and leave hair everywhere.

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  420. Gill Mitchell

    My 5 year old son is messy in every possible way!!

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  421. Katherine Coldicott

    My elddest son because he creates the most mess but thinks he’s tidy.

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  422. Kirsten Barthy

    My 2 years old daughter makes daily cleaning a necessity

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  423. Steve Miles

    My son

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  424. Emma Anderson

    Honestly, no one in my family is very tidy, but at the moment the messiest is my son (7). He has an obsession with leaflets, quite literally now has hundreds that get pulled out and spread over every surface! Even our 19 month old is not quite so bad, although she likes to leave plum stones in random places, usually where I might sit…

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  425. Paul Wilkin

    Oh dear, that will be me I am afraid…. and as I live on my own and am rather messy, this vacuum cleaner would be a welcome housemate. I promise to nurture and care for it if it can look after me. I will roll out the red carpet should one ever appear at my front door… here’s hoping 🙂

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  426. Helen Gilbert

    My husband…I’m sure he does it purely to annoy me but he says it’s why I love him!!

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  427. Robyn Logan Clarke

    My 3 year old son! He has no concept about crumbs on plates and will walk to kitchen holding his plate on the side, dropping all his crumbs on the way.
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  428. Jessica K

    my dogs ! lol

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  429. Julie Booth

    My daughter who leaves dirty clothes everywhere and dirty crockery all over the house

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  430. Solange

    My hubby is the messy one.

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  431. Jenny Jones

    I can’t believe I am admitting this and my fiance cant be told but it’s me lol

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  432. RichardJ

    That’s easy, me. I’m also the tidiest.. There’s only me! 🙂

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  433. justine meyer

    My daughter by far, there is no explanation as everyone else in the house is tidy. She just leaves a trail of mess and destruction wherever she goes in the house x

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  434. Sarah Bates

    The husband!! Glasses everywhere. Grabs food and no plate walks in with his shoes on. Gaaaah! Makes me mad!

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  435. Mike Williams

    I am the messiest one, leaving things lying about instead of putting them away

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  436. Angie Hoggett

    my brother, he really doesn’t clean up after himself and he’s not even in the house very much!

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  437. John Russell

    It is NOT ME! even though I live alone. I’m not quite sure yet. I have narrowed it down to two candidates.
    1/. I am being burgled on a regular basis. He eats my food and leaves the dishes in the sink. dirty SCOUNDREL.
    2/. ALIENS, This is top of the list. I know they are out there. they just want to cause trouble for me, trying to get me to blame my fellow humans.

    Don’t worry, I’m on the case. If I win this Vac, then I am sure it has some kind of detector that will rout them out.

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  438. Stuart Payne

    my teenage daughter is very messy and loves to leave food and glasses in her room

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  439. kate andrews

    My husband, he can’t seem to tidy up after himself, paper, socks, wrappers!

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  440. ELZBIETA ZNYK

    my kids they drop food everywhere, and they never put things back, on the right place

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  441. Catherine Bell

    My husband, he leaves a trail of destruction everywhere he goes.

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  442. Michelle Jenkins

    My son who’s 24 has to be the messiest person in our household and probably in the universe, if he opens something he drops the packaging on the floor and leaves it there, the floor is his wardrobe, he will enpty the house of every piece of crockery and not think of washing up but the worst thing errrrr is he cleans his ears out and puts the dirty buds next to where he sits and never moves them. #ASHAMED

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  443. Mary Campbell

    Each and every family member is joint messiest! As classic hoarders, our possessions mean the world to us – welcome to box metropolis! 😉

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  444. Rosalind Henderson

    It’s one of my daughters – but I daren’t say which one in case they read this!

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  445. michelle thompson

    my partner , its awful , he sits on the couch lets the newspapers stack up for days , along with his laptop tablet fly squatter ,glasses and loads of empty crisp wrappers , he dribbles egg down his tshirts and leave toothpaste in the bathroom sink , im forever cleaning up after him

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  446. Sue Bowden

    My husband, he puts his boots on at the front door to walk the dog then comes home and walks all through the house with dirt and muck all over his boots to take them off at the front door ready for the next walk, drives me mad when he says ‘where did that muck come from?’ doh!

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  447. Tina

    Me, boyfriend, dog!! We’re all as messy as each other!!

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  448. Leesa Dunn

    My daughter, who’s very nearly a teenager… need I say more?!

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  449. Samantha Sugden

    my son because his room is always a mess

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  450. stephanie whitehurst

    My kids and dog make the most mess in the house

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  451. Karen R

    My 14 yo daughter – she’s just lazy, and generally seems completely oblivious to the path of chaos and destruction that she leaves behind her!

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  452. Helene

    My little boy: the area around his highchair is always full of food and he delights in walking around the house and throwing things on the floor!

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  453. teresa sheldon

    My wonderful best buddie Mr Tozie Beagle my doggie love him to bits but his hairs are a pain

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  454. James Stenson

    That will be me then!

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  455. Kathleen Lynch

    My son is a walking hurricane of destruction.

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  456. barbara clarke

    my son ’cause he seems to think the floor in every room is a washing basket

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  457. Krzysia

    We’re all kind of neat and tidy but my other half occasionally leaves the odd shirt/undies next to the laundry bag and not in it!

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  458. Michelle Carlin

    I have three teenage sons and they are all as bad as each other! They all seem to think that the floor is magical and everything they throw on it ends up washed and ironed by fairies!

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  459. Tim Woolfenden

    I’ve been informed and then ordered to advise that I am the easiest. There is apparently no dispute or room for negotiations! !

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  460. Harriet C

    Me…. trying to get across my bedroom is like a spy movie scene.

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  461. SARAH WILLIAMS-THOMAS

    My husband, he thinks it is my job to clean up after him!

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  462. Eve Burke

    My 5 year old son Jack. He will tip his toys out everywhere. If I peel him a satsuma (I obviously put the peelings in the bin) – he will pick the smallest bit of skin off and flick it on the floor. He is like a walking crumb – he literally leaves a trail of crumbs and mess wherever he goes throughout the house

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  463. Lauren Old

    Probably Dad because he knows Mum will clean up after him!

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  464. Anthea Holloway

    I think it must be me – I have so many projects going on that I leave stuff everywhere plus there is always a bit of knitting wool left on the carpet!

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  465. Sinead Charlotte

    My partner can be, but at least he doesn’t expect me to clean up after him!

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  466. simon hardy

    my 3 boys share a room and the eldest is always getting mad at the younger 2 for being so messy. he will tidy the room and within 10 minutes it is messy again with lego and books everywhere!

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  467. Barbara madden

    my husband says its me, i say its him so we beg to differ me with my knitting wool ,when im sewing up and my husband for leaving his tools out and not putting them straight away

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  468. Sarah Lee

    Definitely my 3 year old, he doesn’t like to tidy toys away!!

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  469. Jeremy Hards

    I suppose it is me. I think my moggy, LaLa, makes more mess but if I am honest it is me who leaves stuff laying around and puts off doing the washing up

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  470. Yvonne

    First born -because he just doesn’t seem to care how untidy his room is

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  471. Marrian

    I am. I try to be a bit more careful but I’m just so absent-minded. Oops.

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  472. Lesley

    My teenage son – he just leaves things lying everywhere and then complains when they are moved!

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  473. Lucy Weatherley

    I’m going to say me, but I blame the dog!

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  474. Natalie fairhurst

    my eldest son, dylan, well where do i start underpants, socks and anything else that will fit hit the bed room floor and doesnt move until i do!

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  475. Jag

    Me, because i’m the only person in the flat 🙁

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  476. Laura Charlier

    Got to be me! I have a bad back & awaiting hip surgery, so I have my excuses for being messy haha 🙂

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  477. Lila Taylor

    we are all quite messy but the 3 dogs are the worst!

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  478. Jenny Rogers

    I am, I always say I will tidy up tomorrow.

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  479. HazelY

    My brother! But then he does have health issues which means he can’t clear up after himself but, oh my word, the mess he makes!

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  480. katie w

    i am the messiest human, our degus are the messiest in the house as they always flick out their poo and bedding from their cage

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  481. Caroline Toner

    my husband, still doesn’t know where the laundry basket is, or that we have wardrobes to hand clothes and shoe racks for shoes!

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  482. Tina Lawton

    My other half, as he simply doesn’t understand the concept of cleaning up! Even the dog is tidier, at least he has the sense to make his mess outside! 🙂

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  483. Lindy Hine

    Probably me – especially in the kitchen, I use every pot, pan and dish to make the simplest of meals! 🙂

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  484. Rebecca Ruff

    Probably me! I am just not particularly tidy!

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  485. Barbara Handley

    I live alone so cannot blame anyone else.

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  486. rachael jones

    my oldest son ! he just seems to have total mind block on anything he has left out , its like its not there in his head !

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  487. Kirsty John

    me! I leave stuff everywhere

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  488. Hayley Colburn

    Its probably me to be honest, I’m really messy in the kitchen (I eventually make it all lovely again, just not for a few hours)

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  489. Rona G

    Has to be me.
    Tidy house with drawers and cupboards in chaos.

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  490. Joanne Blunt

    My 4 year old son. He just doesn’t see why he should tidy up after himself. I am trying my hardes to teach him.

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  491. Kate

    Me! I have piles of stuff and never quite get round to sorting my piles!

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  492. Helen

    the cats

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  493. Amanda Johnson

    This is an easy question to answer, my just turned 13 year old son. He is honestly like the Tasmanian devil leaving a trail of distraction, messy cloths, dirty cups, crisp packets, football boots, footballs, empty bottles of water, computer games, just to name a few; in is path. Within 10 minutes of finally finishing the tidying up, i have stuff left on the sides, trip over trainers or tread in mud from the boots lol.

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  494. Helen

    My husband is the messiest! He doesn’t pick up after himself and just seems to leave things on any bit of surface he can find! Our 3 year old is tidier than him!

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  495. Petra Hora

    Our daddy! as he is leaving his stuff everywhere.

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  496. ANNE BAXTER

    Without a doubt my husband is the messiest person in my household.

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  497. Kerryanne Atkinson

    My husband, he Is like a whirlwind, where ever he is there is mess! haha x

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  498. Kimberley Howes

    My husband he just chucks all his mess everywhere and expects me to tidy it up

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  499. caroline kelly

    Me, too tired to tidy by the end of the day!

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  500. sarah

    its a three way tie between my kids and hubby, my son leaves toys and anything else he touches everywhere, my daughter leaves clothes everywhere, make up marks on towels, loose make up powder all over and mascara marks where she dropped the brush, my hubby leaves oil foot prints from when hes worked on our cars, and i could pull out my hair at times.

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  501. ellie spider

    Leo the Cat is the messiest person in our house! He is a semi-long haired bengal and moults EVERYWHERE, as well as moulting he has a habbit of playing out in the grass and he comes in then with grass seeds stuck all over him. He also enjoys rolling in the mud and dust and dirt which gets dragged in with him oh and he likes to hunt too so we often get frogs, slow worms, snails, the occasional mouse and bird, He also steals food and brings it home! All in all one messy kitty compared to him us humans are super clean and the other 3 cats and dog help him make the mess too
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  502. Sarah Robinson

    My son is the messiest in our house, toys, crumbs, clothes everywhere!

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  503. Ali Thorpe

    My dog as she cannot clean up after herself and she absorbs mud.

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  504. Ashley Phillips

    I am definitely the messiest person in my house but I don’t call it mess I call it “organised chaos” I know exactly where everything is but no one else does 🙂

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  505. Hannah

    Deffo my 3 year olds she loves nothing better than crushing a biscuit lol x

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  506. Vera Bahounkova

    our little boy who just started solid food.

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  507. Matthew Fuller

    Everyone has an excuse……!

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  508. Paul_S

    Our two cats make an incredible mess, they leave their toys everywhere, never wipe their paws when they come indoors and treat the furniture like an adventure playground.

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  509. Richard Green

    The messiest person in my family is my youngest son Zach. After all meals we have sweap up, as most of his dinner ends up on the floor

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  510. Paul Newman

    My son. Lego everywhere!!!

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  511. Wendy Guy

    My daughter is the messiest person in my house. Even though we have a large home she has so many possessions and manages to have something of hers in every room the the house. She never puts anything away.

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  512. Diana

    My daughter because she still little 🙂

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  513. Nicola Stephenson

    My husband. Clothes left on floor beside our bed. Clothese hooked on furniture instead of putting in wardrobe. Benches not wiped etc

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  514. mandy read

    my lovely old labrador molly and gemma the chameleon love leaving me their mess.

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  515. Glyn Blackburn

    Guilty..it’s me!

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  516. elaine stokes

    it has to be me, I have so many art projects going on at one time that I have piles of stuff laying around waiting to be finished……. and not enough hours in the day to complete them

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  517. Katarzyna Szewczyk

    It will be my youngest son. Its walking mess!

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  518. Rebecca Lis

    Probably me! But thats ok as I’m the one who cleans!

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  519. Anna Murrell

    My husband – he has clutter blindness!

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  520. Susan Carruthers

    No one really, we’re all quite tidy!

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  521. Lisa Houston

    My daughter Rhiannon. Oh shes a nightmare. She leaves everything lying at her tail. never puts anything away and if she does she just throws it behind something. She moans she has no socks, and wonders why, u go in her room and theres millions everywhere gross. went swimming with her pal the other night, and put her bag away in the cupboard with the wet costume and towel still in it!! puts empty packets back. would wear dirty clothes rather than put them in the wash. shes disgusting. i could go on all day about the things she does but it will annoy me lol

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  522. Victoria Prince

    Ria! She leaves her toys all over the place and never puts them away, muddy footprints everywhere, and as for the hair!

    …did I mention Ria is my dog? 🙂

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  523. Wendy Reynolds

    Without a doubt it’s my husband. He can’t even pretend it’s the kids because he works away in the week and wear tain some semblance of order but at the weekend. ……

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  524. Fern

    My 2 year old Midge, she cannot keep anything on a plate, if she has a bag of crisps she has to tip them all out, eating yogurt results in flicks all over the floor.. she just creates a trail of destruction, crumbs and mess everywhere she goes!
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  525. Jess Wood

    That would be me! *hangs head in shame* I like to blame my creative nature…
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  526. denise s

    My sons are pretty much tied for this dubious honour!

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  527. trevor linvell

    Me as I keep putting off the tidying and cleaning!

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  528. Laura Whittle

    My kids, they leave my floors looking like a sea of rubbish, crumbs, playdoh bits, wrappers, etc.

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  529. Mark Johnson

    I ma the messiest person, it’s just my nature

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  530. Alexandra McGahey

    My four, nearly 5 year old son is the messiest. He makes mess for fun! As I’m cleaning and tidying, he will be sonewhere else, making more mess!

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      Oops *somewhere

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  531. L Myles

    Me…crisp crumbs everywhere!

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  532. Cathy Duncan

    My husband. He drops crumbs everywhere , leaves the dirty knife on the breadboard and lets his clothes stay where they drop when he undresses

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  533. Sarah Parker

    My son, he doesn’t like to tidy up after himself!

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  534. Jonathan Thompson

    Me!!!! probably because I’m a single male…..

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  535. Serena La Pietra

    My soon to be 30 year old son. He left and took his mess with him, only to come back 10 years later with the same damn mess! Drives me nuts.

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  536. Michelle Wild

    My husband he leaves things where they drop. He moves zilch.

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  537. Kirsty Broadbent

    I should say my 7 month old son, but its probably my husband haha

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  538. Jamie Millard

    when cooking? oh it’s me. FLOUR everywhere! In general? My girlfriend sarah. From spilling her tea to dropping biscuits, she’s a messy pup.

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  539. Lizzy Cooper

    My husband!

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  540. Lizzy Cooper

    My husband! Because he always leaves crumbs and mess around the house

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  541. Kayleigh

    My partner he is a hoarder

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  542. Donna Caldwell

    My 15 year old son it’s like he can’t get enough in his mouth food crumbs everywhere

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  543. Abbie Smith

    My brother is the messiest, he leaves a trail of destruction wherever he goes!

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  544. angelina masih

    My three year old daughter Her toys are always scattered everywhere in the house and her playdough Dry bits everywhere This roomba will be very handy to clean up the little bits of dry playdough and paper which she likes to rip in little pieces and also our house is so busy with the carers come in 5 times to attend my father in law who had a stroke few years back so I have to hoover my house couple of times
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  545. Kerry Kilmister

    I am definitely the messiest person in this house. I am extremely disorganised and my husband says that he knows where I am in the house as he just has to follow the trail of mess behind me! OOPS!!!

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  546. Margaret Lee-Roberts

    Me! I’ve got a good excuse to hate cleaning and housework as I have an allergy to dust (totally true). I’m also very lazy and have a husband who is willing to do the chores!

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  547. Annaloa Hilmarsdottir

    I am the messiest person by far, and this would be my new BFF

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  548. Hannah wisdom

    Hard to say – I have twins and triplets so the general trail of detritus is slightly overwhelming at times! The dog doesn’t help either…..

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  549. Daniel Todd

    My Dad as he is a hoarder

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  550. Cheryl

    Without a doubt it is me – as well as working full time I am studying too, so my books and stationery are everywhere!

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  551. Christine Wilkinson

    Me, I’m the only one in the house normally, but when my son comes to stay with his family, he gets the gold star for messy!!!! Would love to win this prize, sounds like a very user friendly robot to me!!!

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  552. Alison Johnson

    Probably me! I tend to write lots of notes & keep pads & pens everywhere & don’t sort out junk mail when it arrives, it just tends to pile up.

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  553. Rebekah Weeks

    My partner – he never puts anything away or gets rid of anything or cleans anything… 🙂

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  554. Margaret Glover

    My husband is always leaving crumbs everywhere

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  555. Kate Grogan

    Do cats count as “persons”?! My two old boys leave a trail of fur, food, toys, treats and cat litter throughout the house.

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  556. Lyndsey Beckford

    I guess I’d have to say me since there’s only me. In my defence it’s not so much that I’m messy – I just have too much stuff and not enough storage 🙂

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  557. b johnson

    Has to be me , if I am going to use something again in the next few hours I leave it out, consequently my husband complains (he leaves newspapers all over though)

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  558. gracieg

    My husband—- he never puts anything AWAY!!!!

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  559. Lindsay Taylor

    It’s a close call with the husband, three boys and a Jack Russell but I’m going to point the finger at my eldest. He leaves a trail of clothing and destruction wherever he goes. The older they get the messier they get!

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  560. Janet T

    Fergus the dog he is a greyhound yet he seems to cover the house in hair, bits of yew tree and spiders webs!!

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  561. Emilie Curry

    Me! But as I keep telling my hubby, everything is where I left it for a reason!!

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  562. Susan Freeman

    There’s only me and the cat, and I think it is a close competition – he scatters his biscuits and food around his bowl, and I’m just untidy 🙁

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  563. karen Howden

    My son

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  564. Caroline Signey

    My 2 year old daughter, she gets most of the food on the floor rather than in her mouth!

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  565. Samantha Atherton

    It’s a close one between my four year old and my husband although she fills every room with her toys she doesn’t leave oily car parts all over the worktops.

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  566. Jodie W

    my 18 month old, hes just a mess monster

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  567. Rachel B

    Has to be me. I genuinely can’t help myself!

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  568. Jayne K

    Me! …… because I live alone.

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  569. Rebecca Powell

    It has to be my little boy – constantly making crumbs!!

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  570. kayleigh watkins

    My daughter Megan who has just turned 3 is the messiest in our house, there are always trails of crumbs or toys behind her, closely followed by her brother connor whos 11 next week, hes always leaving his clothes laid around on the sofa his bedroom or the bathroom xxx

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  571. adrian price

    ME—–because i live on my own

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  572. Mike Williams

    I guess it is me as I have collected far too much stuff. It would be nice to have some electronic help to clean up

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  573. darren lawrence

    has to be my teenage son scared to go into his room

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  574. Francesca Harrod

    We’re all as messy as each other – but I’m the only one who ever tries to clean it up. It would be good to find someone else on my side 😉

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  575. Kerry Smith

    Well you would think my 2 year old twins would win this hands down but our ridiculously big half maincoon cat Sassy lifts food out of her bowl to eat scattering it far and wide and also gets kitty litter stuck between her fury toes which she then spreads round the house. Maybe i could program this to follow her

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  576. richard

    me because me and the wife always do the good cop bad cop routine with the kids and im always the bad cop!!!!

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  577. olivia Kirby

    My little girl – she’s the only one who eats noodles and can’t use cutlery properly!!

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  578. Jessica Walker

    I’m reluctant to admit this but it is definitely me!

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  579. Jacqueline Roberts

    My youngest son is. He creates mess just walking across a room!

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  580. Annmarie Nutt

    My kids I couldn’t make as much mess as them if I tryed

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  581. Sarah H

    My teenage son who never seems to be able to find the bin or the wash basket!

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  582. michael boothby

    probably me i have to admit it always leaving things lying around not putting them back

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  583. nic o'demus

    well it’s either me, or the spider in the hard-to-get-to corner between the cabinets. Hell of a mess…but then, there is method in it at least. Guess that makes it me then……!

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  584. hannah massingham

    My eldest son who is a bodybuilder. He cooks six meals a day and goes though at three least changes of clothes – work, cardio and gym, not mention several towels. Always cleaning up after him!

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  585. Stev Rigby

    I am the messiest person because my wife tells me I am.

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  586. chirag P

    the kids don’t know how the manage it but mess seems to be their middle name

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  587. Jon Payne

    me!

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  588. Nadine Payne

    my husband

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  589. Debbie Preston

    My son – cos he’s male and 20!

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  590. Sheri Darby

    It’s a toss up between my eldest and youngest sons – follow a trail of glasses, papers, crisp bags and you might find one of them

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  591. Minnie15

    Oh my daughter for sure…she’s too busy having fun to tidy up! 🙂 x

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  592. Rick Carr

    my youngest, he leaves a trail of destruction

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  593. Fay eyles

    My Daughter. She never puts things away, she has everything out at the same time and I end up putting it away

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  594. Russell John Hutton

    me. I live alone

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  595. Hannah Whitling

    My dog! She sheds fur like it is going out of fashion, rips up anything and everything, takes the stuffing out of her toys, and just generally makes a ridiculous amount of mess.

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  596. Alisa Moore

    Me as I procrastinate putting things away

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  597. Patricia Fraser

    Between my 2 kids & my husband, i would have to choose my husband as he doesn’t know where the dishwasher, bin or laundry bin is, he just leaves everything for everyone else to pick up/clean.

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  598. Zayn Jaffer

    My dad would be the messiest person, he is always leaving things around the house!

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  599. Kate Leather

    My hubby, he’s worse than the kids!

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  600. Diane Wood

    My fella doesn’t seem to know there’s a new invention called the dustbin (expect when he puts the recycling in it!) so he pushes his rubbish between the wall and the side of the sofa! Our daughter is just as bad, never putting things back. I however am a bit of a hoarder, partly because I WILL fit back into that size 8 piece of clothing I wore as a teenager and partly because I’m too tired to sort through my stuff after clearing up after the other two!

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  601. Judy Beer

    I know it’s a cliche, but definitely my son – stuff everywhere! Empty wrappers, crumbs, half-eaten this, that and the other – YUK! And as for his room – enter at your own risk!

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  602. Daphne Mueller

    I am so messy in the kitchen the cats follow me around

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  603. Vicky Robinson

    My kids – they spill and drop things all day long! Everywhere they go, they leave a tiny trail of destruction in their path!

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  604. Philip Stonelake

    Me – I lack the tidyness gene. The only thing in its place is my grammar…

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  605. Daisy Brock

    This sounds great to me! Having a robot vacuum cleaner is a dream come true and I really plan on taking one that will help me with reducing the house cleaning work for me. I will be incredibly relieved and will have more time to do fun things. I’ve got two kids and a dog and vacuuming is something that I do everyday. The dog is the main reason for this, actually. Especially in some seasons when he sheds his fur I have to vacuum twice per day. Thank you for the review! :)www.cleanersbalham.co.uk

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