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A communal home shared by clothes, moths, small harmless spiders, old shoes, suitcases, a tennis racket, boxes of love letters from 1974, one rollerskate, and a bicycle pump.

The reason these objects are stored here is so that they can be easily accessed during the annual spring clean, when they are unpacked onto the nearest floor or bed and admired with glassy-eyed nostalgia, before being deemed too precious to throw away, and rehoused once more in the wardrobe.

Wardrobes also make an excellent hideout for a new lover suddenly surprised by the all too familiar sound of a key turning in the front door.

The two uses are not necessarily complimentary as semi-naked lovers and tennis rackets do not always mesh together so well, especially not when there's a rollerskate involved.

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