Sunday, August 2, 2015

June 9: Hockey fans are better

This is a pretty clear model of the spite that can build between roommates, but instead of something like "which sports do you like" it's usually stemming from things such as: - Toe nail clippings on toilet - Dirty dishes put in guilty party's bed - Using a "controlled fire" instead of a vacuum cleaner - Kicking Xbox after assuming it is broken because you are so bad at all video games - Adopting 30 cats and claiming "we're finally a family" - Blaming any of these problems on a ghost So I'd say these guys have it pretty good, as far as their living situation goes.

June 9: Hockey fans are better

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This is a pretty clear model of the spite that can build between roommates, but instead of something like "which sports do you like" it's usually stemming from things such as:

- Toe nail clippings on toilet
- Dirty dishes put in guilty party's bed
- Using a "controlled fire" instead of a vacuum cleaner
- Kicking Xbox after assuming it is broken because you are so bad at all video games
- Adopting 30 cats and claiming "we're finally a family"
- Blaming any of these problems on a ghost

So I'd say these guys have it pretty good, as far as their living situation goes.

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