She's been clean for 6months now though. After 10years of use! So... Yay for her (and me).
Aside from that, I hate that she interrupts a lot, and often won't let me finish even one word before provoking some reaction from her. She's also very loud and emotionally charged (her whole family is like that), and I, on the other hand, am always composed, patient, and analytical.
As a result, she has made many assumptions about my beliefs, and will point to conversations we had to justify them, but in reality she was just arguing with herself and assumed I was on the opposite side.
I remember once we had a conversation about the nature of the universe, I had one critical point to make that would take about 45seconds to illustrate, without interruption. She was high at the time, so her mind was racing as it often does, so I bet my friend that I wouldn't be able to get even one idea out in it's entirety. I begged her to listen, but I still didn't get a single sentence out in 10 mins or more if trying.
Everything , listens to everything to loud, sleeps to the tv on, incinsiderate when it comes to my sleep, complains to me about something I had nothing to do with but somehow thinks it is
I walk on the kill floor of my dad's work all the time; I've watched a horse foal; I've seen victims of suicide by gunshot; I've seen horses have massive patches of hide removed from running into things (they're accident prone creatures lol); I've picked said torn hide off of said horses; I've had a dog vomit on me... I've seen a lot of gross stuff. But him picking his scabs is the grossest thing.
It's odd that I'd rather look at the brains and jaw of a human lying next to where their head used to be than watch him pick his own skin. But it's true. Gives me the creeps. Ew ew ew ew ew. *Shivers* Blecky.
Studies. A lot. As in I'll come over in the evening (~7). I'll ask him if he ate, and he'll reply saying no, he's feeling a bit peckish and now that he thinks about it, he hasn't had time to grab lunch or dinner yet. :/
Of course mostly I dislike how his studying cuts the time available for us to be able to hang out together but I know that's incredibly selfish. Him having that impeccable sense of self-control and able to remember his priorities helps me a lot too. Sets a good example, and by him not making himself available, I'm sort of forced to put more time into my own studies as well. :P