- Red flag and she should run.
- Completely normal and she should go for it.
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I moved in with one of my exes after we were dating for a few weeks. She lived by herself and she insisted I move there. Said and done I did (kinda wanted to escape from my parents so I didn't hesitate) After a month she turned out to be the laziest, most disordered, chaotic bitch I ever seen. She wouldn't wash a dish, she'd throw her dirty clothes everywhere and leave it there for weeks. She rarely ever showered and she'd just push her dirty dishes under the bed. We'd constantly argue about who's gonna cook or who's gonna clean. We lived in a stinky mess for two months before I got fed up and left her.
So from my experience, moving in together takes a lot. It's not something you do because you wanna spend more time together. When you move in, you start to see every little flaw that person has and it often leads to breakups. Getting to really know someone and accepting them for who they really are is crucial to moving in, and a couple of weeks is not enough to get to know someone, especially if you met them online.1