Roommates from hell

Solid Snake

ɪɴғɪɴɪᴛᴇ ᴄᴀᴛ ʟɪᴛᴛᴇʀ
Chairman
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I think it is fair to say that living with anyone will cause issues, be them friends, family or intimate relationships.

Though I have never lived with my husband long term (who is also my best friend) so I bet that will be a lot better than anything I have experienced.
 

Beavie

WWEF's Resident Beav
LDW Management
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I room with my older brother at University. Need I say more? But his old roommate was actually kind of bad, considering he pooped in a bag and left it in the middle fo the kitchen floor...
 
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Jeremiah

The Artiste
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Okay so, I may catch a felony. I just got back home and my pictures of my son have been tossed into a tote. I could Hulk out on an atomic bomb level right now
 

Geese

The Showoff
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In August 2012, I had a former neighbor move in with me. I'll call him Shane. He also needed a hundred dollars to pay for his first month's rent in his new apartment in September 2012. I allowed him to move in, rent-free, and while he wasn't a nightmare to live with, he wasn't a joy either.

When I came back from my shift, I was tired, wanted to kick back and drink a few beers. He demanded that I share my beer with him. I had tell him, No, there are limits to my generosity. You could stay in my humble abode rent-free during the Summer (because he was broke) and I even allowed him to eat my food in the fridge but I had to draw the line somewhere. During the Fall, I asked some of my neighbors as to why they didn't help Shane when he needed it most. I found out that he goes to casinos regularly and gambles away his SSI paycheck. I didn't know about his gambling addiction. When I found out about his vice, I made the decision to stop helping him. I haven't spoken to him since.
 
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