One wouldn't think moving to your dream home would be so stressful. The Girls Next Door star Bridget Marquardt has recently found out how difficult maintaining her house can get. She's been living with her director-boyfriend Nick Carpenter, and they're already having disagreements over the most trivial of things. Like what, you ask? Hello Kitty.
"We usually have fun together, but going through all these boxes has been a little bit stressful," the 35-year-old Marquardt told E! News. "I told Nick that he has to help me get rid of things, but every time he tells me to throw something away, I get all pissed at him."
Well, the lack of space for her Hello Kitty collection is what she has to deal with now that she no longer lives in the Playboy mansion. Her room there's probably been taken over by the Shannon Twins or something. Still, Bridget will soon find out that the excess simply has to be shed.
"Nick made me give away my Hello Kitty TV, my Hello Kitty microwave and my Hello Kitty toaster," Bridget complained. "I got to keep the Hello Kitty cordless phone."
Again, there's just not enough room for all her stuff. Her new pad certainly isn't an extension of Hugh Hefner's home, despite all the Playboy memorabilia Bridget wants to keep around. This Girls Next Door star just has to learn to let go of all that now that she's moving forward to a new life.
"I have Playboy pillows, sheets, towels, barware," she went on. "[With] a lot of clothes, I'm like, 'This shirt's so cute, but do I really want to wear that now?' There are some that have special meaning and some that are just Playboy clothes."
After the arduous task of going through that mountain of stuff, she finally decided to send them off to Goodwill. Hello Kitty might not be proud of her, but her boyfriend surely will be.