Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bad Roommate's friends

I was just thinking about this incident last night. At my old apartment my roommates used to eat my left over food with out telling me. I didn't get mad because I did the same to them. However, if leftovers are labeled then it is clearly obvious other people should not touch your food. One night I bought a whole pizza and ate a few slices. I stored my leftovers in the fridge and left a note saying it was my lunch for the very next day. Unfortunately, my roommate's friends ate my leftovers. I was angry because I barely ate my pizza, and I didn't know who ransacked fridge. I asked (demanded) who ate my food, but no spoke up. In the end, nothing was resolved which resulted in me hating my roommate's friends and vice-versa.

7 comments:

Blog said...

That was dumb of whoever ate your pizza...I would have been upset too. Even though it is a maddening situation, I have learned it is better to have a happy household, rather than an awkward household, by filling the house with tension. At least you don't have to deal with those roommates anymore. Good luck with your pizza in the future!

Anonymous said...

Yo D, Via Tony,

Pizza, that must have been some good pizza to muster up all that hate. Now, D, I know what really happened, someone dis-respected you, stole your food, your money, and didn't take responsibility for it. That's what really happened, and you never restored your relationship with your roommates, or their friends, because who could you trust, after all them dirty dogs, ate your pizza, and didn't pay you back for it or get you a new pizza. Shiznit. I can understand the anger. But, be cool man, Fudge it, and order another one, and tell them to go fudge themselves. That's what men have to do sometimes. It's a great practice to master communication, that way people around you are clear about what you want, need, and will do as a consequence if they dis-respect you. Drop an elbow to the face next time, D. Just kidding, I hope you laughed at this post.

davwhass said...

I feel your pain. I'm sure we have all had roommates who your food without asking or bring people rude friends. At least you only lost some pizza, in the past one of my roommate's friends stole a couple N64 games and one controller. Let's just say that those friends were never invited back.

TieGuyTravis said...

C'mon, man, the solution here is obvious. Spend the next ten years poisoning yourself just a little and increasing the dosage each week. By the end of a ten year period, you should be able to build up an immunity to the poison, which you can then cover each of your meals with. Any unfriendly roommates will be surprised to find your pizza on the floor after they eat it, as it has just exited through a new hole in their body. How exciting!

-Darth Nerd

ashleyallisonlindner said...

I definitely understand what you are going through! I have this exact problem, but mine is with almond milk. I use almond milk everyday and I am the only on in my house who buys it. I know how much I use and how long it will last, but it somehow always disappears! I don't know why, but little issues like this can get very aggravating, so I am very sorry about your pizza loss.

Anonymous said...

so you eat their leftover too.. kind of set a habit with all of you. granted it was labeled but sounds like anyone just anyone else's stuff. i recently had this happen to me, next time im spiking leftovers with visine and exlax.

Anonymous said...

holy shiet darth nerd that is pure genius and funny as fuk