Liam Payne and Danielle Peazer have taken a big step in their relationship Â– but don't worry, they're not engaged yet.
Instead the young couple has moved into together, something that is just as serious as deciding to get married. After all, they will be living like a married couple, and cohabitating could make their relationship stronger or lead to it falling apart.
Now Danielle and Liam will have to learn to share a living space, which is totally different than simply dating Â– when two young people first move in together, it can be hard to adjust to certain things like sharing a bathroom and cooking together. Spats can start over silly things like what to watch on TV or playing music too loud, so it can put a strain on relationship.
Unfortunately Liam Payne and Danielle Peazer have already run into one problem Â– Liam has to worry about getting chewed out by Danielle if he gets too messy. According to Sugarscape, here's what Liam said about living with his girlfriend:
"I can't have it too messy or she'll have a go at me."
Oh boy Â– the anti-Danielle Directioners are probably going to have a field day with that comment, complaining about how Danielle is already trying to change her boyfriend by ruling her household with an iron fist. But Danielle Peazer probably won't have to boss her boyfriend around too much Â– Liam Payne says that he's actually a pretty clean guy when compared to Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson. Of course this isn't saying much since Harry might be a hoarder judging from the odd things stashed in his room (like Shewees), and he probably has clothes strewn around everywhere since he loves being naked Â– he probably just strips them off and tosses them when he gets home. So Danielle better be happy that she's not moving in with him or Louis -- Eleanor Calder probably needs to keep air fresheners on hand to mask his foot odor.
Luckily Liam and Danielle living together might not prove to be too much too soon. He's touring a lot, meaning that their place just acts as a "home base" right now. So basically they're getting to test out what it's like living together without spending every day together. By moving a bit slower, they might actually ensure that they stay together for a really long time.
So what do you think Â– was it a good or bad idea for them to take this big step forward in their relationship?
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