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By Anonymous - / Saturday 4 December 2010 01:09 / United States
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By  jonnymohio  |  2

Take the high road. Don't say anything. Pretend you never saw the schedule. Ask for a room transfer. Move out and don't look back. And once you're out, never acknowledge their existence again.

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  mintcar  |  9

They probably like you enough to make small talk but not enough to spend time with you. You could confront them about it but that might make things awkward. This is why I live in a single, I can no longer deal with roommate drama.

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  omgshaylaaa  |  0

First of all, why would I "correct the whole thing" when the rest of the sentence is already correct? It makes much more sense to correct the incorrect words. Also, why use capitals? Those words should be lowercase because they fall in the middle of the sentence.. thanks though.

By  jonnymohio  |  2

Take the high road. Don't say anything. Pretend you never saw the schedule. Ask for a room transfer. Move out and don't look back. And once you're out, never acknowledge their existence again.

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  mintcar  |  9

It's not easy to transfer rooms. Sometimes, you end up on the waiting list and get placed in temp housing. Other times, those working for Residential Housing will ignore you until you continue to push the matter. It also depends on the school. The university I attended my Freshmen year gave you the option to switch rooms for the Spring semester. There's no such option at this new university. For the most part, you're stuck with the room you've got until the next year.

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