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UberBeaver 03-26-2007 09:38 PM

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Originally posted by U2Girl416
M she also ended up having sex on my bed while I was gone one weekend. nice.

A good revenge would be for you to have sex with her on HER bed. And live web feed. :drool:

elevated_u2_fan 03-26-2007 09:41 PM

:up: I conquer

You can charge money for this as well... That'll show her...

UberBeaver 03-26-2007 09:43 PM

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Originally posted by elevated_u2_fan
:up: I conquer

Who are you? Kull?

elevated_u2_fan 03-26-2007 09:48 PM

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Originally posted by UberBeaver


Who are you? Kull?

No Attila...

But if you're going to get all "Grammar Police" on me, then "I Concur"...

That better? :wink:

UberBeaver 03-26-2007 09:50 PM

http://images.printswanted.com/MOV/jpgs/211028.jpg

elevated_u2_fan 03-26-2007 09:53 PM

I wish Kevin Sorbo was my roommate...

U2Girl416 03-27-2007 08:36 AM

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Originally posted by UberBeaver


A good revenge would be for you to have sex with her on HER bed. And live web feed. :drool:

good idea, but several years too late :wink:

and she wasn't the most hygienic (sp?) person either.... :sick:

UberBeaver 03-27-2007 09:32 AM

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Originally posted by U2Girl416


good idea, but several years too late :wink:

and she wasn't the most hygienic (sp?) person either.... :sick:

Shower scene. :drool:

U2Girl416 03-27-2007 11:15 AM

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Originally posted by UberBeaver


Shower scene. :drool:


:lol:

Sicy 03-27-2007 11:45 AM

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Originally posted by Lara Mullen
boke.
What does this mean exactly? I've seen you post it a few times but I stil cant figure it out. :mad:

Laura M 03-27-2007 11:49 AM

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Originally posted by Sicy


What does this mean exactly?

Disgusting or sick

BluRmGrl 03-27-2007 11:58 AM

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Originally posted by Lara Mullen


Disgusting or sick

:drool: Foreign slang knowledge. :drool:

Bonochick 03-27-2007 12:29 PM

Roommates. :angry:

When I went away to college, I was paired up with a roommate. Yeah, that lasted all of 2 weeks. :angry: They normally make you wait a month after filing to have a roommate move out, but it was obvious how horrible we were together that they just let her leave ASAP.

On our first night on campus started off swell. We went out to some parties together. However, she got realy drunk and lost her dorm key. Later in the night, she stole mine from me. I was locked out of not only our room but our entire dorm building and had to spend the night on some frat guy's couch. She claimed she had no money to buy herself a new key, so I had to leave our room unlocked whenever I left and she wasn't there. :huh: Not wanting my stuff to get stolen...I bought her a new key. She would go through my CDs and leave them laying on the floor...NOT in their cases. I had real dishes and silverware, and she would always use them but never wash them. We had an agreement to share groceries, but I was the only one who ever bought any...so I thought. Turns out she was hiding all of the stuff she bought so I couldn't have any. When I'd go to get in bed at night, it would be covered with her clothes. But the best was the night she came home drunk, and sShe pulled my ladder away from my bed to sit on the bottom rung and then begin throwing up in my wastebasket.

College. :angry:

Babydoll 03-27-2007 01:31 PM

Roomates....:angry:

During my freshman year, I had a roomie who kept asking me "why do you speak good English when you're not from here?? :ohmy: Do you know what these words MEAN???? :ohmy:"

Sophmore year, I roomed with my ex BFF. Keyword being ex. Best friends do not make good roomates.

Junior year, I had a pig who never did her dishes, laundry, or ANYTHING. She'd spill a gallon of milk on the floor and ask us to clean it up for her. I'm not kidding.

First semester of senior year, I have the issues I'm having now.

Next fall semester... No one knows what other wierd roomies I might have! :happy:

Sicy 03-27-2007 03:54 PM

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Originally posted by Lara Mullen


Disgusting or sick

Thanks :wink:

Schmeg 03-27-2007 06:34 PM

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Originally posted by Bonochick
Turns out she was hiding all of the stuff she bought so I couldn't have any.
One of mine would take the food I bought and hide it so I couldn't have any. :love: The set-up was a two-room, four-person suite, and she would go into the other room, steal THEIR food, and hide that too. She couldn't figure out why they started locking the door between the rooms!

She was a real peach. She had greeting cards hung all over her wall so I'd think people were sending her cards but none of them were signed. She would fall asleep with one of those swivel-neck lamps aimed at my pillow and get pissy if God forbid I turned it off so I could go to sleep.

The absolute best, however, was the day I walked in and she was sitting on her bed talking to her baby doll.

Diemen 03-27-2007 07:40 PM

None of my roommates were that bad in college, but some people that lived in the same hall had some truly awful hygiene issues. One guy had the absolute worst BO I've ever had the pleasure of smelling. His hair was actually crusty. The best part was that you could actually tell if he had been in the hallway a full 3 minutes after he'd left. A few of the other guys broke down, bought some shampoo and soap and left it at his door. He didn't talk to anybody for a week (and didn't shower either, apparently).

Another guy apparently didn't believe in showers either, and would leave greasy stains on the couch in the tv lounge.

Compared to that, my current roommate issues are tame.

cdisantis83 03-27-2007 08:50 PM

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Originally posted by redhotswami
They'd rather do anything then have a heart to heart with someone who has been drinking their milk. :shrug:

I can definitely relate to this, having worked as dorm "security" for three years as an undergraduate. I will never forget one particular episode. There was a room of four guys, one white, one black, one Indian (Near-Eastern), and one Mongolian. One night, the Mongolian, being indignant that one of them had suggested that HIV was present in his native country, began to call all of them by the most vile racial slurs imaginable. The guy was really upset that someone would suggest that Mongolia was home to people with HIV/AIDS, but no one ever figured out exactly why this angered him so greatly.

Anyways, I always found that the best way to ensure that roommates do not cross you is to be more physically intimidating than they. That way, they will not chance anything. I was fairly lucky with roommates; a few of them remain very good friends of mine, but I also experienced a few bizzare characters. The one that stands out in my mind seemed to end every sentence with "so..." The guy never spoke in a complete thought, instead leaving you to infer what he wished to say, as though it was too much work for him to have to explain it to you.

elevated_u2_fan 03-28-2007 09:53 AM

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Originally posted by redhotswami
I have a fun roommate story for you. So, there was this one room, a pair of male freshmen. One of them reported that his roommate hadn't left the room in weeks (wasn't going to class, etc.) and the room smelled awful. So...I immediately thought it was going to be an emotional issue. When I went to the room, I was bombarded with an awful smell.

Turns out the guy had been at his computer for a number of weeks and refused to leave. He was addicted to some video game. The stench was from his socks. He ACTUALLY POOPED IN HIS SOCKS!!! He also peed in empty drink cans and bottles and just left them on the floor sitting around him.

The end.

I'm sorry but unless someone got murdered by their roommate, I'm pretty sure this one is the clear winner... :up:

Hell, even then, I'd rather be dead than live with a dude who shits in his socks... :tsk:

UberBeaver 03-28-2007 10:03 AM

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Originally posted by Babydoll
Junior year, I had a pig who never did her dishes, laundry, or ANYTHING. She'd spill a gallon of milk on the floor and ask us to clean it up for her. I'm not kidding.


Then you clean it up WITH HER FACE! Or her clean laundry.


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