By why - 23/07/2013 13:21

Today, I caught my roommate pouring back his leftover milk from his cereal back into the jug to "save money." FML
I agree, your life sucks 49 120
You deserved it 3 684

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Better start re-using toothpaste as well. Times are rough.

Pray that that's the only product where he does that.

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Better start re-using toothpaste as well. Times are rough.

That's what corn is for... ;D

Let's hope they don't reuse toilet paper...

You can just use the other side of the toilet paper. What? Doesn't everybody do that?

That's not so bad just think about it as having sweet milk with no extra charge.

Soon we gonna have to reuse condoms aswell....to save money and the environment, right? Right?

#49 better than finding them in the street

Wasn't there an fml some time ago about someone recycling mouthwash? yum..

Reusing old Porn Magazines

But think of all the things people could be reusing! *shudders* toilet paper feminine hygene products bath or shower water toothpaste chewing gum Yeah, I think Ill just use coupons to save money.

Atleast he's being economic...right?

Pray that that's the only product where he does that.

Imagine if he did it with mouth wash. Oh the nightmares.

You should buy your own milk

As long as it's not your milk I don't see a problem.

They're roommates.. I'm guessing that they share the milk.

I have never shared milk with my roommates. We all buy different kinds (skim, 1%, etc).

Well, not everybody is like you

He's a pizza. Of course nobody is like him.

A very tasty-looking pizza at that. Freakin yum!

It was very good ;)

That can be his jug, you will have your own.

Props for originality at least

If you're sharing the milk that's pretty disgusting, get your own separate milk carton? If he's the only one drinking from that milk then I guess it won't affect you in any way?

But then that's double the expense when buying milk. The point in living with a roommate is to split costs, and thus *save* money.

Perhaps for some people, me and my previous roommates always had our own shelf in the refrigerator with our own food. We just shared an apartment for cheaper rent, but we never shared the food, so for me it seemed natural to have your own milk carton :)

I agree, #8. It's much easier to just buy food and drinks for yourself than try to make sure you've split it fairly. When I tried to buy ice cream with my roommates (cones that could be evenly distributed), I came back after a weekend at home to find they had given half of mine to other friends because they'd miscounted. I was a bit angry because I paid as much as they did for half the ice cream. = It surprises me when I hear of roommates that buy groceries together all the time.

Not that disgusting, its only spit

Tell him to buy his own milk from now on.

Idiot. Doesn't he know that drinking the milk out of the bowl is the best part?