The Pros And Cons For Having A Roomate

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Having a roommate can be an unpleasant or a pleasant experience. Everybody is conditioned differently and has their own way of running a household. Having to learn everyone's identity can be a challenge because one can be different than one is used to. For example, I have found it quite difficult to live with other people because they tend to not want to pick up after themselves, they have no regard for your feelings, and they could care less about your personal belongings. I have categorized the roommates that I have lived with into three categories: the unkempt, the disrespectful, and the hazardous. The first type of person I encountered was the most unkempt person I ever met and lived with. My roommate, Lily, would not take out any of her trash or take a shower. For example, she would let piles of paper, used tissue papers, and old food wrappers in the living room and would not pick them up. If it were not for me, there would have been piled up all over the floor and probably have a foul odor. Lily does not clean the dishes properly,so I have to do them.For instance, one day I had came home from work and noticed that she cleaning the dishes. I heard her spit on something and to my astonishment she spit in the cup because the stain did not want to leave.Then she put it in the cabinet for people to use and that is when I decide to clean the dishes from now on.On a Saturday, I came home from work and a foul odor welcome me. I was not surprise,that it was her dog. He had been playing around a dead cat for a while. I thought she would have gave him a bath, but she let him sleep with her that night. I could not handle that, so the next morning I got up and scrubbed him really good with powerful soap. The second type of person I have lived with was very disrespectful. Kayann would come in around three or four o'clock in the morning. This did not bother one
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