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We lived together for three years before I figured that out.”“My Navy A-school roommate traded my waffle iron for a six-pack of Smirnoff Ice while I was at the movies.
He "was so hammered" he couldn't remember who he gave the waffle iron to.
There was a pink note stuck to the front door that said we were being evicted because we hadn't paid rent in three months.
Turns out that cleaning was what he liked to do while high on meth. I talked with the landlady and she kicked him out and I took over the lease.”“My roommate once asked for the place to herself for a romantic evening with a chef she was dating. When I came home the next day, there was a huge pile of dishes in the sink. We fought about it for days, as the lobster pot and all accompanying dishes stunk up the joint.
One night we all went out to dinner, came home, and the entire basement was flooded because she backed up the toilet with god only knows how much shit that shouldn't ever be flushed.
That and she would keep piles of old food laying around her room...never did laundry..disgusting human being I've ever met.”“I had a roommate who would (attempt to) leave unjustified scathing, passive-aggressive notes for just everyone: our apartment neighbors, cars parked outside, and even our landlady.
I think he should just fap in his room cuz we all have our own and think its kinda nasty for him to do it the shared bathroom, but idk.”“I had a roommate who absolutely refused to buy toilet paper.
The kind of notes with overly-polite language, underlines, and randomly capitalized words. Always rude enough to get the shit beaten out of her. I spent that year following her around and removing the notes as quickly and quietly as possible.”“I lived with a magician.
Of the many moments, the odd one that I remember vividly was when he was about to leave the country for near about 2 months.
Given stagnant wages and the rising cost of rent, more and more young people are living with roommates, In fact, according to real estate site Zillow, only nine percent of 23- to 34-year-olds live alone.
The rest are making a home with relatives and roommates.