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"Her dad was the dishwasher."

When she was about eighteen, he asked her to move in with him. He bought her a one-bedroom, which was "really nice, but not really the ideal." She says that she hated it, but at least she had a place to sleep. He offered to put her in the closet, but she told him she liked being in there.