By megmo7 - United States
Today, my roommate who stays out til 4 or 5 in the morning each night got her key to the dorm fixed. I've been having to stay up nightly to let her in (my normal bedtime being 12:00) How'd they fix it? Turns out it was never broken she was just putting the key in the slot wrong. FML
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  sYmhaHa  |  0

I recently had a roommate who had the same problem, I didn't let him in thou. He had to climb in through his window while drunk lulz.. Like 3 weeks later he was talking about it and I told him he was a dumbass grabbed his keys and tried it, well his keys worked on everything except the deadbolt. Turns out copied keys aren't perfect.

  brinda08  |  5

If she was a decent person she would have made sure she was back before OP went to bed. What a self-centered asshole. If I was OP I would have gone to bed and let her sit outside until morning.

By  justsayfuck  |  5

Why couldn't you give her your key, when she was going out? Hmm.. but she might be the girl who doesn't pay too much attention and could lose it, so I can understand.

  perdix  |  29

The roommate's key was fine. It's just that she was too stupid to be able to comprehend the finer points of how to operate the common dorm room lock.

What the OP should have done is on the day following the first 4 am wakeup is to hold an extensive training session with the ignorant girl on lock operation.

  justsayfuck  |  5

Yeah I know, but if the OP had given her own key to her roommate, the girl would fail the first night to open the door, wake her up, then the OP would know that it had nothing to do with the girl's key, and she could teach (some people need that apparently) her how to operate the key. Tadaaaa, problem reduced to being woken up only once :)

Okay, we are basically saying the same thing. But well, it's too late anyway. (Oh, and as you see, I'm still awake Perdix :D)