When I was single and living alone, I used to do this thing where I would cover 80 percent of my face in Bioré strips, eat macaroni and cheese with a spork, and watch old episodes of Sex and the City. Let's focus on the positive here: my skin looked fantastic. All my friends flying solo out there can probably relate, and on a scale of one to single AF, this might not even come close to the most single things people have done.
This was actually something Carrie talked about in Sex and the City: her secret single behavior, or SSB. She used to stand up in her kitchen eating saltines and reading fashion magazines. Charlotte examined her pores in a magnifying mirror for hours at night. Miranda put on conditioning gloves and watched infomercials. Samantha had no secret behavior, because it was Samantha and no craps were given.
To some extent, we can all relate: there are things we'll do in private we'd never do in front of our partners. These days, I'll still cover 80 percent of my face in Bioré strips, but I barricade myself in the bathroom first so my boyfriend can't get in. Then, when he asks how my skin is so clear, I'm all, "Tee-hee! Like, IDK, genetics?"