For anyone who isn't yet in college, there is one lesson you need to learn.
You will hate your roommate by the end of a semester.
Unless you're just special and roomed with a friend, or have an understanding of how things work.
For me, neither of those things happen.
I provided everything in this room. The couch, the fridge, the microwave, the toaster oven, the brita filter, the filter replacements, the silverware, the dishes, all the cleaning supplies, etc.
What does she do to help?
I clean the room, I empty the trash when it's overflowing [not on a regular basis because hey, I actually go to classes and work my ass off to stay in college instead of just fucking around and getting high]. I make sure that I refill the water pitcher, and put it back in the fridge when I'm done. I do my dishes, I'm quiet if she's sleeping or studying, I respect her existance.
She washes dishes every now and again. If she tracks leaves in the room, she doesn't clean it up. She doesn't empty the recyling bin that she's insistant on keeping [i'm okay with recycling. but if it's your idea, you empty it. i'm about to just throw it all out]. She wakes up at 8am and makes so much fucking noise, has people over and has loud conversations with them. She tries to sexile me at 3am when I've already been sleeping. She blatantly disregards anything I ask of her to help out [like hey, can you clean all those old unused bottles out of the fridge cause I cleaned the rest of the room]. And it just pisses me off.
I am so glad I'm living with who I am next year.
I'm so glad I'll have my own room, and will just have to deal with the common room.
Which shouldn't be that bad.
I'm glad I'll be living with people who need the air on at night, and don't sleep naked or refuse to put clothes on so they end up just turning the air off and waking me up.
I'm supposed to be studying for a test right now. I'm ranting and cleaning instead, while she's off with her boyfriend.
This is not my idea of fun.
And even so, I don't fucking want this semester to end because it's better than living at home.