Heading to college should be an exciting time in a young person’s life, and if you plan on staying in a dorm, you should probably expect to have a roommate or two — you should probably also expect for you to have a few squabbles with your new roomie, it happens. But unfortunately, that seems to be an understatement in this story.
Winnie Chen is ready to move into student accommodation at UCLA. And while people her age are dealing with getting all their stuff together for college, the 17-year-old is dealing with what already seems like an unstable roomie. Take a look at the list of demands one of her roommates (Ashly) sent her by email — a roomie she hasn’t even met. Read it below thanks to Winnie’s Twitter:
My roommate that I haven’t even met… pic.twitter.com/OkJwUF8LGp
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 1, 2016
Winnie didn’t reply, but her other roommate decided to drop the hammer on this nutty roomie:
@miniwinnieee Update: My other roommate responded pic.twitter.com/ayjIbiJyHE
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 2, 2016
It gets worse, as Ashly calls herself a “ticking time bomb”
@miniwinnieee Final Update: Housing never responded to my request, so I am stuck with the Ticking Time Bomb pic.twitter.com/5bGB0Sigdf
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 9, 2016
Let’s just get a camera in there for the semester and see how much hoopla these three can start. I’m sure MTV is on it.
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