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By Pauline - / Tuesday 9 February 2016 21:35 / United States
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"Oh, yeah, those were totally there by mistake, mom. By the way, where'd you happen to put that container? I'm just curious…"

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"Oh, yeah, those were totally there by mistake, mom. By the way, where'd you happen to put that container? I'm just curious…"

By  oj101

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well there's a plus for the parents...there's no way a girl will have sex with him and he won't get her accidentally pregnant.

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Because moms will always want to be moms. Just because he is grown doesn't mean she can't still act like a mom. Probably empty-nest syndrome

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If OP were suffering from empty nest syndrome, this would never have happened. His room would have been spotless and he'd be eating like a king.

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Or instead of interfering just leave him to it. He's moved out, end of... I still live at home and if my parents tried to touch my stuff I'd lose my shit so why not let him have his freedom....

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"He's a grown man" and "make him clean his own room" are fairly contradictory. If he is a grown man he can't be made to do anything, hence the "grown man" part...

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Lol! Just like #36 said, this statement seems to contradict itself but that man does need to clean his nasty room! I don't understand how some people do it...

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Story time! I actually had a roommate like this back when I was attending a military language school. At first, he was fine and acted normal, then suddenly, he metamorphosed into this unhygienic, lazy bastard of a man. I kept my things very neat and clean, and he was the literal opposite: discarded pizza boxes and leftover food were littered everywhere, and his bed and all possessions were covered with a thin layer of dead skin cells and dandruff. The place smelled like a landfill. The guy

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I think he's just lazy and dirty. I mean, come on, being clean and being responsible are things that one gets taught, but at the same time they are things that one has to actively pursue. OP's mom describes fungus growing? That's crazy, her son, to me, isn't mature enough to live on his own.

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Two of my friends recently moved in together and I ask myself the same question about the one guy. He's absolutely disgusting and soo lazy. Recently they moved out due to problems and the guy took all his clothes out of his room. There was literally a layer of garbage, it looked like a years worth of garbage pilled up in only 2-3 months. Once he had the dishes soo pilled up that you couldn't see the counter or stove and they all had food on them. His roommate use to come over to my place because

How does that even happen? I had a roommate kind of like that, but not as bad. If it's a dorm, don't they do health inspections because of that type of thing? That sounds kinda dangerous and unsanitary.

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Either he is lazy, extremely overloaded (not impossible) or this is some kind of psychological micro-aggression against his parents for always being clean.

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