"Of all the contexts in which we can learn about people — meetings, interviews, behavioral tests, personality questionnaires," Gosling writes, "bedrooms are the ones that give the most reliable information." For example, if you want to gauge if someone's truly tidy, you have to actually open the dresser drawer to check if the socks are rolled and filed by color.
read more from this USA today article here: STUFF
... so I'm wondering ... what does the bedroom of your m.c. look like? Have you included that in your ms?