Things that might have irritated you with other people suddenly are tolerable. Have you ever found yourself becoming more accepting, even adventurous with experimenting how the other half lives when you feel more for the person? These are just some fun things I’ve observed that are little indicators that you found someone to help you look past the petty things you once thought you’d never get over.
They keep the roll of toilet paper on the “wrong way” – whichever way that is to you, might be “wrong” to the other person. But you find a way to accept it because it just doesn’t matter compared to how you feel about them.
You accept The Wet Bathmat! They step on the bathmat with sopping wet feet, leaving you with a mushy wet bathmat to step on afterward. You hated your ex doing this, but for some reason now, it’s different because their wet footprints were just where yours are and you love it.
You don't get angry about the hair in the sink or shower. If they shave or shed, you used to be grossed out by this, but now it’s just what it is and you wipe it out and carry on with life. You know the hair belongs to your love and it’s not so gross anymore. This goes for the gobs of toothpaste left in the sink too.
You don’t mind the weird pizza toppings. You used to abhor the idea of even halving a pizza with what someone else liked, but now your partner likes something different and you just don’t mind. You might even be inclined to have a slice yourself, stepping out of your pizza comfort-zone.
They used the last of the milk…or whatever liquid is contained that you can’t tell is empty until you go grab it. Normally you might have been peeved that someone didn’t tell you that you were running low. Now, no biggie – just take a trip to the store together for a late night milk run.
You don’t care about the music being played in the car or house. It pained you to learn that your partner enjoys music you hate. But now you don’t mind them listening to it while you’re around and you might even find yourself unwittingly bopping your head along with some of their tunes.
You find yourself liking cats…or any animal you might have hated before. Your partner is a pet owner of something you disliked before but you make an exception with their animal, citing something like, “I hate cats…but…I like your cat.”