So my roommate is getting on my damn nerves. Now it's LGBT dorm housing and I moved here since I'm trans and felt it'll be safer until I know what the college is like. Unfortunately, first semester and I'm ready to just beat her ass. Let me just state that I'm 18 and she's 21, so keep that in mind.
1) Doesn't clean up her mess, but persistently tells ME to.
2) Doesn't take out the trash because A) they don't know how (without a bag and I did it four times), B) It's too cold (I went without a coat, jacket, socks, and shoes several times), and her latest excuse C) Well, not much of it is mines anyway.
3) If you walk into the living room, most of the shit out is hers. Like almost all of it, actually. Four people and most of everything in the living room is HER SHIT. Which we've stated on several occassions for her to clean up.
4) We share the room and her side is MESSY. Like it's annoying. I've expressed this and her response was, "not your side, not your problem." Yeah, true. Except her shit always is in MY way.
5) She refuses to clean the bathroom sink with HER hair in it. It can not possibly be anyone elses as I have less than 1/2in of hair and she's the only fucking ginger. She says she doesn't want to touch anyone elses. Funny, because everyone else touches hers. I just don't touch hair. My mom cleaned her own hair, my granma cleans her own hair, I cleaned what little I left. If everyone in my own house does, what makes anyone else think I'll up and clean everyones here?
6 (Big issue) She can legally drink. All good, okay okay. But she comes home HUNG OVER and attempts to tell me why I shouldn't be going out to a party since I could get drunk. Four times she's come home drunk, once with a girl who turned 18 like a week prior.
7 (the biggest issue) Just that and the fact that she then tries to act all knowing and motherly with me. Like due to her being 21 she can tell me what the fuck to do whenever. Not even nice, just plain rude and bossy too.
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If she's being a messy and disruptive roommate and it's affecting your ability to live comfortably I would say yes, you should probably find a new roommate.1