Bed SOS' Messy Bedrooms Competition returns this year to see the worst that the nation has to throw at us, whether that's three week-old takeaway boxes, a 'floordrobe' of epic proportions or so much clutter than you simply can't see the carpet.
To enter, all you have to do is take a photo of a truly messy bedroom.
Maybe that room belongs to your particularly untidy mate, a family member who needs to be taught a lesson, or even yourself - if you're brave enough to 'fess up.
You then upload the photo to the Bed SOS website so it can be judged alongside all the other filthy rooms out there.
The not-so-lucky winner may have to accept that their room is the scruffiest of them all, but to soften the blow they'll also be given a brand new bed from the company, worth up to £400.
Danny Richmond, Managing Director of Bed SOS, said: "We've seen a lot in our time, but even we were shocked by the state of some of the bedrooms in the entries so far.
"With all the extra time people have been spending at home recently, it does make sense that things will be a little more cluttered than usual, but some of these take the cake!
"On the plus side, with the sheer number of entries we've received, if you're a bit messy yourself, at least you know you're in good company."
Well, there you go then.
The nationwide competition - which is open to UK residents aged 18 or over - closes on Monday 14 September, so you'd better get a move on if you want to enter.
That's especially as the entries have already been flying in, with Bed SOS sharing a peek at what you're up against.
Many parents have grassed on their sons or daughters, including Sally-Ann Johnston from Doncaster, Phil Newis in Leeds and and Elaine Hamilton from London.
Others have submitted photos of rooms they claim belong to their 'friend', like Emily Parkin from London.
Meanwhile some have been brave enough to show us the state of their own bedroom, like Thomas Hall in Boston, Lincolnshire and Heather Kinsman from Stanstead Abbots.Featured Image Credit: Bed SOS/Heather Kinsman