Never been madder...

Stickman

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in my entire fucking life than I am right now. My roomate just got back from a footy carnival and a few of the guys he played with came round to get changed just before they went out. One of them decided he would grab a fire extinguisher and set it off in the stairwell. Setting off the fire alarms. Calling out the fire brigade. And fucking up a lot of my life. So now there is a bill of about $1000 to be picked up for a guy I don't even know and I may get evicted. If I find the guy he's spending the night in hospital.
 

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I am not as tolerant as either of you. I let a friend move into my house after he got divorced (as had I) and he had no where to go. The first night he was there he fried chicken livers, I still smelled them the next day, he did not spend another night.
 

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When I has just gotten out of boot camp, I had to live in the on-base dorms. At one point it was 2 to a room. The guy they put me with was one of those rich kids whose parents were so well-to-do that the kid was raised without common sence or a working idea of the value of money.

For the first time in his life, he was seperated from mommy and daddy, and he wasn't handling it well. The knucklehead would do foolish foolish things on a near-constant basis...like once he drove his pick up truck into the ocean. (I'm not exagerating. He did it on purpose as a goof.)

And because this fucking dumb bastard had no common sence, he looked at me as though it was MY job to foot the bill in his parents absence. He asked to borrow 3 thousand dollars from me. Three fucking grand...I knew the shithead all of two and a half weeks, and even then what I DID know about him that far was that you DON'T lend this fuck-mook money. So I basically told him exactly that, and called him a fucking moron for even asking.

Needless to say I had to keep my shit under lock and key, and watch his every move, after that. Luckily, before I got to the point where I was going to take his head off, he was kicked out of the Air Force for maxing out a fuckload of credit cards, and thusly moved out.

He left me a lasting legacy though when I got a room inspection a week later and they found lighter fluid and fireworks (a big no-no for dorm residents) in the cabinet under my sink.
 

Hardwood

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I am not as tolerant as either of you. I let a friend move into my house after he got divorced (as had I) and he had no where to go. The first night he was there he fried chicken livers, I still smelled them the next day, he did not spend another night.
I wanted to edit my post but don't have the privilege yet, anyway, I meant gizzards NOT liver.
 

Hardwood

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Yes you do ... with the exception of the NOOB group, all members have up to ONE hour in order to make edits.
Oh, it was much later than that. Thanks


I may take a life if I have to endure that esurance ad one more time.
 

Stickman

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When I has just gotten out of boot camp, I had to live in the on-base dorms. At one point it was 2 to a room. The guy they put me with was one of those rich kids whose parents were so well-to-do that the kid was raised without common sence or a working idea of the value of money.

For the first time in his life, he was seperated from mommy and daddy, and he wasn't handling it well. The knucklehead would do foolish foolish things on a near-constant basis...like once he drove his pick up truck into the ocean. (I'm not exagerating. He did it on purpose as a goof.)

And because this fucking dumb bastard had no common sence, he looked at me as though it was MY job to foot the bill in his parents absence. He asked to borrow 3 thousand dollars from me. Three fucking grand...I knew the shithead all of two and a half weeks, and even then what I DID know about him that far was that you DON'T lend this fuck-mook money. So I basically told him exactly that, and called him a fucking moron for even asking.

Needless to say I had to keep my shit under lock and key, and watch his every move, after that. Luckily, before I got to the point where I was going to take his head off, he was kicked out of the Air Force for maxing out a fuckload of credit cards, and thusly moved out.

He left me a lasting legacy though when I got a room inspection a week later and they found lighter fluid and fireworks (a big no-no for dorm residents) in the cabinet under my sink.
I saw the guy for two and a half seconds. Needless to say I'm not going to foot the bill for a guy I don't know. Still don't know his name. My roomate is going to have to sort it out. Plus the police will have something to say I believe. The guy is fucked but i'm still pissed that I almost lost my home because of a guy I didn't know. But even still now it is going to be shit living here. Can't have people over, can't make noise, can't do shit without coming under heavy scrutiny. Was thinking of accepting a job offer in the mines. Now looks like I may as well cause i'm sick of getting no fucking respect in the house I basically pay for.
 

Hardwood

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I saw the guy for two and a half seconds. Needless to say I'm not going to foot the bill for a guy I don't know. Still don't know his name. My roomate is going to have to sort it out. Plus the police will have something to say I believe. The guy is fucked but i'm still pissed that I almost lost my home because of a guy I didn't know. But even still now it is going to be shit living here. Can't have people over, can't make noise, can't do shit without coming under heavy scrutiny. Was thinking of accepting a job offer in the mines. Now looks like I may as well cause i'm sick of getting no fucking respect in the house I basically pay for.
Geebus cripes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Negativecool

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I saw the guy for two and a half seconds. Needless to say I'm not going to foot the bill for a guy I don't know. Still don't know his name. My roomate is going to have to sort it out. Plus the police will have something to say I believe. The guy is fucked but i'm still pissed that I almost lost my home because of a guy I didn't know. But even still now it is going to be shit living here. Can't have people over, can't make noise, can't do shit without coming under heavy scrutiny. Was thinking of accepting a job offer in the mines. Now looks like I may as well cause i'm sick of getting no fucking respect in the house I basically pay for.
Jeebus...I've had my problems with roommates in college. Usually some dealings with hygiene, political views, or jacking off to porn on my computer while I'm at class. But I've never had someone so fucking retarded as to have completely no respect for personal property. That's crazy.:yociexp109:
 

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I feel for you guys, I really do.

I don't do roomies. Never have, never will.

Except for one time, when my *then* no-good-sister and her waster husband were homeless (shortly after losing their kids to social services care). I suppose I felt sorry for them, and told them they could stay for a few days.

Well, this was at the end of November last year, and after two days she finally got off my fucking phone and told me they should have somewhere to live in February.... then she looked all sad-faced at her hubby and said - to HIM - "Oh well babe, it looks like we're here for Christmas".

Oh no they fucking were not. I made sure they were gone by weekend.