Our entire human existence is based on false, unrealistic expectations and misunderstandings. Such is the case with this diabolical sublet, who innocently thought that paying someone to live in their apartment is the same as getting a five-star hotel room.
We all know the type of people who hear, or imagine, the word “free” and lose their minds over it. 50 showers a day, with the AC and the washing machine on? It’s a no-brainer for these kinds of characters. Luckily for them, she was only a sublet, and hopefully, the original roommate was a decent human being.
Loud and Louder
Everybody loves music, but not everyone likes the same music, at the same times, with the same volumes. It is common courtesy to let the person who started playing a song finish it, or ask them if they can turn the music down, or off.
But drowning the other person‘s music with your own, well, it's just easier, you know? More effective — less talking, more loud music. This roomie probably has a place in hell reserved specifically for them.
No More Notes
When it comes to communication, it has already been established that it's better to be direct and kind rather than beat around the bush in a mean-spirited manner. And there’s nothing more passive-aggressive than leaving a note about something that bothers you. Oh, wait, yes, there is! Writing it in a red marker.
But the worst part is that the roommate tried to take this guy down with him and make it seem as if they were both in on it. Now, that's evil.
Well, well, well... We have to admit we are not 100% sure that the roommate was the culprit in this case. But let’s face it, he had means, motive, and opportunity.
What was the motive? Drinking expensive booze! But since the guy denies it to this day we can never know what actually happened. This story would make a great true crime show on Netflix. "Who Drank My Expensive Whiskey?"
A Stubborn Roommate
Toilet paper is never, ever just toilet paper. It’s a powerful force that can make or break friendships, marriages, and even relationships between family members. Whether it’s what is the right way to hang the toilet paper or who should buy it, there’s plenty to fight about.
This is a classic story of passive-aggressiveness. Roomie A never pays for the TP and so the other ones hide their own. So she finds other ways to get free toilet paper. What can we say? We do admire how determined she is to stick to her principles of not paying for toilet paper.