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By Becoming a commuter. - / Tuesday 4 September 2012 17:14 / United States - Buffalo
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Maybe give it a bit of time. True, she made a horrible first impression, but she might not be as bad as she seems. Or she might be the type that's never in the room. If it's still bad after the first month, then consider switching roommates.

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Don't be silly guys... She made it seem like she was crazy, so she could get a room all to herself, and you are suggesting to give her exactly what she wants! Good strategy if you want to live by yourself

By  zephyrnok  |  9

I guess you picked a winner.

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  zephyrnok  |  9

@saintsrocksocks When they were handing out brains, you thought they said trains and replied "No thanks, I'll wait for mine." But to explain the joke to an uneducated individual, I'll make it simple: Picked a winner is referring to the joke "Pick me a winner," that many people say when someone is picking their nose.

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Oh, 2 how blissfully unaware you are. If only you could pick your room-mates. Then I wouldn't have had to endure two years of a young woman who aspired to be, and I quote, "Like.. Totally like Paris Hilton, or something."

By  me234  |  7

Ask for a new roommate. ( if you can)

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  GetKayotic  |  12

If OP can't get a new roommate, she may want to learn to sleep with her eyes open. And also purchase and install security cameras. Who knows what her roommate will do when she's away!

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  MURIKKA  |  11

"She sounds like a fun guy"? Damn, you are one confused person.

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  MrThew  |  0

I get the pun, but seriously? Shes not even a guy *facepalm*

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  Sandman366  |  6

No matter the situation, it can always be worse. For instance, she could like growing poison ivy. Or demand OP to throw out many, many things because if allergies. Or could just be bossy/demanding. Or all three. It can always be worse.

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