If in fact this article is correct and people could be divided into two categorizes—neat and sloppy, I would definitely have to say I was a sloppy person rather then a neat person. The funny thing is I hate messiness and I can not stand it. I do clean my room each and every morning, but my room always seems to be mess by the end of the day. Or for an example I always seem to be running five minutes late, my parents complain my bathroom is a mess. I can't help having my make up all over the place, I don't have time to put it away. The reason I think this article is fairly accurate is because I truly could be put in the sloppy category. I over pack my schedule and don't have time to be neat. I like doing different things. Everyday I plan something new and productive, even if I am not quite finished with my other activities. Of course I do my laundry, although it may not seem that way looking at my hamper, but how often do I do it, that is the real question. How often does one need to do their laundry to be considered a neat or sloppy person? Well I do my laundry once a week, because I personally don't like to waste water, electricity, and money. Which according to the article are all qualities of a sloppy person. I also do my school work on time which comes a as a shock to my close friends, but my professors would never know it. Though, my laundry may be piled up my closet is some what organized, I organized it in such a way where I can just throw it on the shelf. Then why might I ask does sloppiness have a negative connotation? I think most people are intimidated by neat people, because neat people are “clods at heart” (Britt 376). We all need to remember no one is mean to the bully, although they can't stand them.