Freshers guide to living with a roommate
If you've never shared a room before, sharing a room with a room mate at university is an interesting student experience. It’s usually good if you arrive at halls to find your new roommate is Angelina Jolie, if you’re male, or Brad Pitt, if you’re female.
This is however a rarity, if not an impossibility given neither of these people actually live in the UK nor attends University, but we can always hope.
The worst fear that most people have is their roommate being "presh".
Presh is basically a word used to describe someone not fully accustomed to his or her new lifestyle.
They have most likely been pampered by their parents and have no idea how to fully look after themselves. Here are a few signs that your roommate is presh:
· They wash their entire body in the sink.
· They sleep under the bed
· They cook their pizzas with the plastic wrapper still on.
· They wear dresses.
· They put their cutlery in the washing machine.
If you find that your room mate is a complete and utter git and you want revenge for all the things he puts you through below is a list of ways to exact your revenge:
· Steal all his clothes and money and gradually send his clothes back to him by mail one piece at a time, using his money to cover delivery cost of course.
· Download illegal stuff on his computer!
· Sleep under his bed.
· Every time you enter the room turn the lights off and every time you leave it turn them back on.
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