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I have 2 sisters and this is the most relatable it can get
I have 2 brothers and this is the most relatable it can get
@@SuperStationCr1 I know
SISTERS 😂😂😂 brothers is where it’s at
@@FrappeInsiderMann I got two brothers and a sister 😭
had a brother as a roomate we fight every now and then but for the most part it was cool. nope still wouldnt do roomates i love my space lmao
My jaw dropped after hearing the manager talk about the lies the roomates told. The pettiness of people is unreal.
i've had something similar like that happen to me and boy, let me tell you when swoozie said "let me be umproblematic and still be a problem" my soul about left my body. this roomie told lies about me that were blatant. so what i did was i started documenting EVERYTHING and karma came back to her like a raging bitch because i had EVIDENCE of the things she was accusing me of that she was actually doing. my suggestion to everyone is document things, take pictures etc. so when they try to turn it on you shove in their face!
Its not pettiness. Its being a manchild
My jaw dropped at the intervention
for real. hes trying so hard to not cause drama and then they blame him for all the shit they are doing! Roommates do suck though, its very rare for it to work out
Having one sister was more than enough to make me realize roommates are NOT a good idea. If you live alone, your money, snacks, shampoo and body wash, and perfume won’t get “borrowed” a lot. 😂😂😂😂😂
I've had the same bottle of shampoo for a year. Still halfway full
@@wokeilBro does not wash his hair
@@acespec4713 Bro does but bro uses a safe amount of shampoo (a teaspoon)
neither wll your plates
I hate how I tell her repeatedly to ask first, and when I use something, there's only enough product to fill the cap. But god forbid I do the same back cause then my parents get involved.
I’m so glad I have 3 roommates that were raised by immigrant parents including myself. The 18 years of home training really paid off; the crib is consistently clean, whoever was closest to the trash took it out, we cleaned after ourselves after we cooked food, if someone needed something, they’d just ask and it was never an issue, we planned twice a month to fully clean the residence and laundry since we were all on the soccer team for our university, plan groceries and plan “missions”.I understood how lucky I got when we went to our other teammates res and saw that it was consistently a mess.
Exactly same w me bro , respectfully it be the white people that act like that fr that’s what I’ve noticed
Between college dorms and apartment life for a few years, the drama of roommates makes living by yourself that much more peaceful. Another reason why I'm in NO RUSH to get married because that's your 'forever roommate' ya know before you have kids leading to even MORE roommate drama than ever!
When I lived with my friends at one point, I was so over the drama with them that I said “After this I don’t want to live with another person until my husband…..and I don’t even want him yet”. I lived by myself for 3 years and it was wonderful, now I’m getting married in 2 months and even though it’s hard at times it’s definitely better with your partner compared to friends lol.
During my first semester at a four year. My roommates were Brazilian and they were on the soccer team. Real cool guys but I just have to tell you I had morning classes and I am trying to sleep. It was 3am and three of them were yelling while they were playing COD (I get it because I’m a dude as well) but the simple fact that they didn’t consider the fact I have to get up and go to class was really pissing me off. They were nasty too. Leaving their clothes on the floor, hygiene products left unopened from time to time in the bathroom and they would sleep all day because they took night classes. I learned to share a room and a bed because I have siblings and family members to share with growing up. But those four months were ridiculous 😂
The trash issue drove me nuts when I had roommates too. I would get home from work and immediately take out the trash, then I would hear “I was just about to do that!” Like they couldn’t do it during the 8 hours I was at work.
Yeaaaah 🙄 Hypocrisy. 😑 I hate that sooooo much!!!
Wonder how'd it go if you told them "sorry. I'll let you do trash next time okay?" Then have your own separate trash and watch theirs pile up so that they would stop feeling "guilty" 🙂 (excuse the pettiness lol)
Definitely been in a similar situation where messy people deny their disgusting habits and blame it on the introvert that wears headphones and cleans up after themselves
Literally have had this happen where they blame you for messes it’s so stressful 😞 also them eating your stuff and blaming you for eating there’s when you’ve done nothing.
Been living with my dad since I was 9. He hasn't cleaned anything outside his bedroom....once. Ever.
Part of the college rooming experience was an eye opener to me. Had an introverted roommate that would randomly expose me on group chats and call me messy in the most random of ways without ever bringing it up in person. I could have a long conversation with him about some games and we'd be chilling and then I'd see a text on my phone in the group chat about how the trash can smelled like the worst thing he's ever smelled in his entire life. I would look at him and go, "Yo, I'm really sorry about that. I think there was a banana peel in there and one of those cheap ramen I had this morning. I can clean it out if you want?" But then he'd say it's cool but go back to saying how our place smelled awful in the group chat. I felt so embarrassed I took the trash can into our bathtub and scrubbed the whole thing down even though I didn't smell anything.I bought a febreze spray and kept the kitchen clean as much as I could, but of course.... I'd see texts every now and then about some random complaint. I always thought it was kinda weird how he never approached me in person to work things out. Pretty much stopped hanging out with him after that.
ironically i feel as if your discibing the swoozie with this guy. doesnt socialize, complains about how the trash isnt thrown out, dirty plates, puke on the sink, but probably never ever talked with his room mates about it and just does his own thing instead of working together and fixing it.i had a room mate like that too, i live with 3 others and we had that problem with one person, talked behind our back about how dirty it is and complained about us to others and we wouldnt hear about it untill we heard from someone "you this person said this about you guys, thought you should know" while the 3 of us would talk it out and fixed the problems we had living together in about 3 months time and we lived somewhat in sink.
@@shemshem9998 Yeah, lowkey I did feel bad for Swoozie, but I was wondering if he ever just talked with his room mates about the toilet paper thing instead of hiding them. Like... It felt weird that he would even take the Cheezits out of the pantry. If he wasn't going to eat it without asking first he could've just left it there and came back for it when he got the green light. But that aside I'm glad my room mates for the rest of college were super good at confronting any issues they had. Literally made like 2-3 complaints at the beginning and then never again because we knew what to do and what was not cool.
@@Pkedya2boynah man these dudes just dumb asf. Getting mad at the one roommate who don’t cause no problems over some snacks. If they are getting paid 200 dollars a day what is there to be mad about? And the type of person swoozie is he’d probably buy them some more when he could.
@@RubixKyuub yeah fair point. I ain't calling Swoozie a bad guy here. I love the dude to death and I'm sure he would've done the right thing every time. I was just questioning the decision making part is all. I'm sure he was being considerate of his room mate which is why he didn't open the box.
I like the repetition of “all our bills are paid” because I’d have no problems with nobody at that point lol. Shoot, call me Mr clean cause I’d be doing house wife chores on the daily to keep that racket going.
I'm with you. I put a lot of jokes in here, but I do see their point. Them wanting me to contribute to the community and me saying I didn't want to. But also, I was the one who got the ball rolling with the community idea by buying the paper plates but all that aside, WE'RE GETTING $200 A DAY. So the one time I asked shouldn't have had anyone running to the manager the next morning becasueeeee all👏our👏bills👏are👏paid lol
Yeah, this kinda had my blood boiling lol
@@swoozieMan I don’t know how you got through that. The puke would have been the nail in the coffin. And after that manager stuff? Fist indeed would have been thrown.
@@swoozie did you prove they were lying to the manager?
This is why I have never done the room mate thing, I do not have time for that stupidity.
I had a horrible roomate in college. She had a bit of an arrogant personality while I was much more of a passive introvert. There's one thing that'll always cheer me up about it: we both had cats, but she was out more often, closed her bedroom door at night to leave her cat outside of it, and rarely cleaned their litter. After all was said and done, her cat liked me more. It would sleep on my bed beside my cat and would often go under my bed as a hiding spot. It may have been a horrible school year, but it gives me evil satisfaction that even though my roomate hated me and called me a horrible roomate, her cat would miss me after I left because I was a better owner.
You should have stole her cat!!! You deserve the cat not her!!!!! ❤❤❤
@@Chance754Hunny no that's how she gets arrested.
you're the Chad of the year bro
Everyone needs to have roommates for a while when you're young... so that you realize why you NEVER want to have them again for the rest of your life.
I don't need to do it to know😭 I'm only ever living with people I can't trust
Yeah, the ability to see eye to eye on acceptable cleanliness is probably the single most important trait a roommate can have. Also you'd think 20+ year olds will be able to do dishes/take out trash/etc themselves but having a rotating chore schedule is insanely useful in guaranteeing this happens. Lived with a guy who made us follow a schedule like that and it ended up being amazing.
after a long hard day we all just need a dose of swoozie
Sadly we only get it about once a month
@@ChirpyXC Quality > Quantity
@@ChirpyXConce a month is even generous to say. Feels like once every 3 months
what surprises me about swoozie the most is his Self discipline and control over his emotions i’m pretty sure if this happened to any other person they would go crazy
also swoozie has been Lied to and cheated on but he stills treats people with kindness and forgives them
You guys dont know him in person, lol.
@@rundown132it’s just one guy replying to his own comment
@@rundown132Lay off the devils lettuce, but if he was such such a bad person wouldn’t he be exposed by now? bro has been on youtube for 15 years and hangs out with a bunch of celebrities and models. if he was terrible someone would’ve been made a “SWOOZIE EXPOSED” video
Sharing an apartment with my sister was the best ..got all our drama out when we were kids so as adults we understood each other .❤
Yeah, I can't do roommates either. I can barely stand living with my siblings.You're such a good story-teller Swoozie. I could feel myself getting angry with your roommates. I was LIVID!
One of the worst suitemates I had was during my final year of college. I was a senior and one of my suitemates (let's call her Amy) was a sophomore. Long story short, we had countless problems with cleanliness because she always had to be reminded to keep the living room and kitchen clean (i.e. dirty dishes, stained counters, crowded fridge, messy floor, etc.). I talked to Amy over 10 times about it and even had an intervention with her, one of our other suitemates, and a RA. The final straw was when she was leaving her clothes in the washing and drying machines for hours when I needed them. She had the nerve to blame me for taking her clothes out if the dryer and putting them in her room even though I asked her to take them out herself. We ended up yelling over top of each other about what we thought of each other as suitemates that day. At that point, I decided to change rooms even though I only has a month and half left on my lease. That's how bad it was for the entire school year. The only reason I didn't do this earlier is because I was in a learning program in which I had to live in a specific dorm and on a specific floor while taking credits.
Oh the crowded fridge. (and ur RA sitch. Wow) A friend called me last night after watching the vid and said his roommate took up every shelf in the fridge w/ their workout meals and got into an argument when my friend asked for a corner of one shelf to put his stuff. How do u not see ur taking up 8 shelves for urself and get mad even if someone else wanted a full one? Or a corner of one?
Dude, my blood pressure went up from this video. Good roommates are like diamonds, cherish them.
Man I hate that shit where people gang up on you and lie about you just because you want to be left alone. I've had roommates tell so much nonsense to the landlord about me I actually started crying. You KNOW none of that is true, how can you lie so blatantly just because I sit in my room all day and don't wanna watch some stupid reality show nonsense on Netflix with yall?
Same. Regarding the last sentence, I always put so much thought into my recommendations, I compare it to many different things I've enjoyed, I read reviews, and I even think about whether the person I'm recommending it to will like it. Meanwhile my one room mate loves to hype shit up because he's an extrovert so he exaggerates everything, and he will just recommend shit that he randomly saw without putting a single ounce of effort into figuring out if its good or not. I swear every fucking thing he's ever recommended has been hot garbage and such a waste of my time, and yet he gets visibly upset when I say I don't want to watch or play a game that he recommends we watch or play together.
regarding that last sentence, i understand that your room mates are frustrated with you. i wouldnt start lying or talking to a larndlord or anything like that, but your not being a room mate. if you decide to "sit in my room all day" your not being a room mate, you want a fun room mate, if you live with someone you want to actually live with that someone and have fun. so bascilly your room mates want to have fun with you, meybe put some effort into oginizing stuff etc, and all you do is say no and refuse? its like being forced into a marrige and the only thing you and your partner do is get married. sure your married, but you dont go on dates, you dont have sex, you dont want to have children, all you have is a piece of paper saying that your married but you refuse to do anything. if your going to be stuck with this person at least led it be a fun person who you can have a good time with, if your stuck with them lets at least have fun. its not always about what you like or what they like but just doing things together, so whats its a shitty show, your not going to sit next to each other in silence the entire time, your going to talk, make jokes, just spend some time together. i could also sit in my room and only eat my own food, but yet i still go and have house food nights together even though i might like their cooking less, i still watch shows with them even if its only to make fun of how bad the show is.
@@shemshem9998 maybe i have Asperger and don't like to socialize? The housing situation forces me to share a house with others but it shouldn't force me to interact with you
In college, I used to have neighbors talk trash about my roommates and I claiming we were really loud, always blasted the TV, and were always causing problems. Thankfully, one of our RAs lived right next door and said he knew the complaints were bs because he almost never heard us. Meanwhile, these same neighbors were dragging furniture and screaming at 2am, would have all their lights out whenever we dropped by to politely ask them to keep it down, and after about a month, it became pretty obvious they just wanted to get us kicked out because they were doing drugs and having sex and didn't want us to report them since it wasn't allowed on campus. We didn't report them (since we didn't have any real proof), but our RA started ignoring all our neighbors' complaints against us when they started making noise complaints when none of us were home, so that was nice
This is why if you have a partner, you test the roommate situation first before you get married. It saves a lot of sanity.
Nah, get married and have kids immediately. It works out every time!
Nah only move in after you get married. And then divorce 6 months later when you realize how incompatible you two are.
@@XXXXX8Lol the biggest lie ever told!
Everyone needs to have roommates as an adult outside of school with bills to pay and unable to afford anything else. It gives you an appreciation for cleanliness, your own place, and dealing with other people that you're stuck with. It's difficult trying to explain this to people who have never been in this situation in adulthood.
Never been in this Hopefully never will be
Nah, I grew up with younger siblings. I knew as soon as I moved out that I was never getting roommates. Best decision I ever made.
I admire the integrity it took to tell a story and just be up front about being the bad guy in it.
Before I even watch the video I instantly slap the like button. I can only do this for Swoozie, he never disappoints!
I felt that whole story down to my aggravated core! I had 4 roommates in college and thankfully we had our own leases for our dorm. All of our rooms had a bathroom, so thankfully we didn't have to share that. However, everything else was game! I learned the BS quickly with all the IOU notes in the fridge. So my parents bought me a mini fridge for my room and every time i went shopping all my food stayed in my room. These chicks had nasty habits. One of them left and sub-leased to some unknown person who brought their boyfriend along! I was gone the following year! I chose to just find an apartment and pay rent rather than to live in a dorm on discount with drama!
swoozie never fails to deliver
Deliver a baby
Deliver his mail.
It’s SCARY how accurate this is. The trash, the dishes, the paper plates I bought and barely got to use. The only thing I didnt experience is the toilet paper cuz we all had our own bathrooms 🤦🏽♀️
This is why I'm glad my roommates and I got things worked out early on. At the begininng of the semester, my jobs were keeping the apartment clean, helping with dishes, helping with apartment decorations, and contributing to cooking and groceries. No one else cleaned the apartment, and I was one of the main contributors to groceries. Snacks you were on your own. I was usually the one who did dishes. And my roommates had to clean their own bathroom and bedroom; that wasn't my problem. They paid for toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, and trash bags. It worked out pretty well. We had some mishaps with dishes from time to time, but we made it work. Because I worked hard to make the apartment look nice and clean, it became the main hangout for our friend group, and sometimes they dropped in for dinner. I was also one of the few people with a car, so I became the designated driver. If they ever wanted to go out to Whataburger at 1am, they paid for my food since they didn't contribute to gas or insurance.
So you did everything basically 😭
I hate being the designated driver, I'm glad one of our friends is getting a car soon so I'm not the only one driving our friend group around. It's tiring. Sounds like you have a lot on your plate.
@@Oceanlinx The cleaning I don't mind since I do that professionally anyway. And I wasn't the only friend with a car; just the only one in our apartment. One of my roommates was legally blind and the other didn't have a license or a car, so I was the default driver. But this was back in college; I'm married now and share responsibilities with my husband. Household duties and bills are more evenly split, but I still do a lot of cleaning :P
Damn you pretty much did everything
Swoozie, my boi, my main man, I can relate to that cause I've been through it more than once and much worse. I'm 31 and it started between my early to mid 20s and I'm still going through it. I can not wait to get my own place one day cause I've been wanting to live on my own since high school. So with all you said on your storytime, I understand exactly what you've been through, man. Listen to Swoozie everybody, cause he's right. Roommate stuff ain't awesome, especially how some people make it sound like. I promise y'all that as well.
Had a flatmate once at uni who threw herself a birthday party in our flat after she'd moved out of uni- I walk in a few days later from being home for a week and there's a whole cake face down on the floor, spilled drinks, cigarette butts and a picture of her face on the wall. I then asked her to clean it up, she said yes but left the next day. Never wanted to punch a picture so much in my life- Cleaning it up took 4 hours out of my day. This video brought back some bad memories lmao. Great video swooze and would love to see some more roomate videos man!
Funny how I’m planning on getting an apartment at some point with my soon-to-be roommate and this video decides to grace me with its presence. Thanks Swoozie! 👍😄
My roommate ptsd is flaring up rn 😅
Same here. HELP!
@@keyaunna.Please go outside
@@keyaunna.please calm tf down
In college me and my friends got an apartment and I never understood why my parents thought it was a bad idea. 3 months in to living with them I found out real quick lol. Great video
I literally had a roommate who only cleaned the 1st month and then never again for the entire 2 years we lived together. I made a rotating cleaning chart for the shared spaces. The rule was we had to clean one shared space at least 1 time per month which we all agreed to. And 1 time when I missed 1 month bc I had a lot going on she immediately went to the landlord and told her that I was being dirty and not cleaning up enough. Even though I was the only one cleaning the apartment in general and I had to clean up her mess since she never cleaned.
So much roommate drama for me. Finally found a great roommate online. We met once before we moved in as she was from out of state. So far so good. Respect and communication I swear is everything!
Love ya swooz. Big inspiration for me, plus your videos are entertaining but advice-giving too, so I learn a lot about myself as well lol. ❤ thanks for still making them.
I've lived with roommates as well, but they were successful. Certain nuances like taking out the trash annoy us because we didn't set the ground rules. I established the ground rules and we were good from there.
Those guys aren’t even on a deserted island and still devolve into some Lord of the Flies drama! Good on you Swoozie for staying out of that! Don’t need to be involved with that mess!
Man I loved living with friends. Best time of my life was living with 5 friends in one house. Parties, Playstation, beer, drugs. There was always something happening. I miss it
Love the happy stories. I don't hear them often but when I do I try to live vicariously
@@swoozie That's probably the more healthy way to do it too hah!
I can’t even begin to share my stories about roommates, my goal is to live alone forever after that experience. It’s good to know other people go through this shit too so I know I’m not overreacting
The lesson we all learn the hard way: Do not move out of your parent's house to live with random roommates.Living with just your siblings, as adults is great. I highly recommend it if they clean up after themselves.
I told a really good friend I absolutely wouldn't room with them in college because I still wanted to be there friend for years to come. Best decision ever lml
This video is what i needed to fully convince me to move out on my own even if it cost a little more. You can't put a price on peace of mind
Swoozie is right, I grew up with my two sisters those were my roommates and when I moved out living alone was the best decision I made hahaha
Lived with some roommates at uni and it was basically the same with them saying I didn't contribute when I only ate outland never went in the kitchen. Got a bit worse to the point they would harass me, bang on my door and take my stuff. Ended up moving out and living with a friend and just one person plus someone I knew was way better 😅
From “no tea no shade”To “all tea more shade”Immaculate 🙌🏾
I have lived with roommates several times, and every time has been *awful*. Not necessarily because of the roommates themselves, only 1 time the roommate was someone I was actually friends with, but because privacy is so important to me. I need to have my own apartment and space. After I lived alone for the first time I realized that yeah, can't live with someone else anymore, living alone ruined me.
That whole "equal contributing to the community" reminds me of going out for dinner with a groups of friends. It ends up with them wanting to split the bills when they spend twice as much as you did.
That sounds like a you not setting limits problem bro
@@higherquality not me😂 Hell nah, I'm not paying more because of other people. This is a scenario I've seen other people go through
@@mellory2337 nah bro if you establish a limit of like €10 to split, anything more they have to pay up themselves
3 dollars ain't too bad
All of this just triggered all the god awful memories from my first share housing experience. Long story short, it was all pretty much as Swoozie described here, but the last straw was the roommates getting me into a situation where I ended up in legal trouble.Needless to say, I’m glad I noped the heck out of there.
The man is back when we needed him most.
All these years of watching your videos and we finally get the ultimate gamer house story
I was already having an ok day, but when swoozie posts it automatically becomes infinitely better, no matter what happens. so thank you swoozie!
this happened to me! i was serving my university's community service program that took approximately 45 days in a rural area and my parents (being angels they were) helped me with my belongings and stuff i.e. preparing portable gas stoves, water resistant carpets, and cookwares etc and none of my roomates brought anything at all and they simply used mine AND they had the audacity to tell me that i never cook (i can't cook so i eat outside most of the time) and do nothing that contributes to the house we lived in 😂 and at one point they called me a spoiled child bcs my parents helped me with all these stuff while none of their parents helped them. well at that point i started disassociating with the rest of the group regarding of in-house matter and just letting them do whatever they want with MY stuff and even MY bed (the only bed in the house, tbh, bcs obviously none of them brought one)
I want to believe that this memory was buried until something in Swoozie’s life triggered it
I can believe it lols 😭😭😭
All of my friends have agreed that every step of the way, the squad lifts everybody up. When one of us moves up in the world, we either A) got room to bring everyone else up, or B) contribute in some way, shape, or form. But we have all come to an agreement that unless someone is homeless, ain’t nobody gonna have a roommate situation.
We used to charge a $1 everytime one of the roommates left a mess and put the messy person's infraction money into a pot. At the end of the week/month, the lowest score would win the cash pot.
thats pretty cool did people keep the place clean after?
What a good idea
That sounds nice but it only works with honest people. That setup could easily turn into constant debates about what is or isn't a mess and who actually made. Just one guy could make that a frustrating experience.
The best way to ruin a "friendship" is by living together.
swoozie never fails to deliver. My roommate ptsd is flaring up rn .
love the video, it reminded me of my nightmare roommate back in college first year. This girl would ignore me all first year which is fine by me until she started to spread rumors around my floor about "how i was a terrible person for ignoring her feelings" (it wasnt phrased as nicely tho) even though ive offered when she needed. It wasn't until the end of my first year until my other friends told me, she just wanted clout and was racist towards asians 🥲 Every other roommate I had was amazing except for that one girl
I haven’t laughed this hard in a while 😂 thanks for telling this & im so sorry you went thought that😅😂
After living with roommates for my first year of college, you can really tell who has home training and who doesn’t
Swoozie never makes me disappointed
YOOO SWOOOZ I MISSED YOU MAN, I'm not really having the best time these days, but hearing from you always makes my day better, thanks man, love ya
Love u more; DM me on ig man- start the message with 'left u a yt comment' and I'll try my best to find it.
You have undoubtedly hit the nail on the head with this video. Granted, back then AND now, I've had both good and sh*tty room/housemates. Since pre-Day 1, I have done the following:-Tagged my food, toiletries and HHG (household goods)-Sealed/locked them up-Secretly record every interaction with said individuals-Invested in acoustic sound deafening foam panels-Bought a 2nd fridge for the basement with an intricate lockI'm certain I have more, but it's too much to list on here. Anywhoozies (yes, love your videos I'm taking a page from your book
Been watching for 10 years thanks for your awesome stories!
I had a friend a few years ago, she came to me saying we should be roommates. But I knew her way of living, how dirty she could get, her ‘carefree’ nature with guys, how controlling she can be. Even seeing the way she lived with her parents was a mess, and the dogs she has, I love animals but it was too much for me. Mind you, she didn’t have a lot of friends. Instantly, I rejected the idea and I told her, I would go crazy living with her 😂 Her and I relationship wasn’t the best from my point of view, so I just imagined every scenario that could go wrong. Our friendship dies out and I still have no regrets over it. My mental state improved and I’m simply striving for my personal goals
Been in the military for just over a year now and I spent the first -9 months of my career in training where me and usually around 60-70 dudes live in a squad bay together. Moving into a barracks room for the first time where I’m living with just one guy was about as good as it could get especially cuz I’d known the guy for about 5 months and we were bros at that point. The trash thing is pretty accurate and I’m guilty of not wanting to take it out too. We both clean n stuff and it’s pretty chill. I’d give the roommate thing a 7.5/10
I've heard a few stories like this from people in these gamer/streamer house situations. The enemy is the ones that like a clean and functioning environment unless someone is OD nasty lol.
Man we're on the same wavelength, there was so much drama in my college apartment about pretty much the same stuff even though I bought all my own stuff, kept it in my room, took out my own trash, its ridiculous! So glad I got my own place now.
i cant believe you still make vids like this makes me feel like a kid again ❤️🩹
This is literally what happens when boys aren't expected to clean and take care of domestic tasks! None of those boys sat down like adults to discuss a chore chart, they just devolved into animals the minute mommy wasn't around to clean up after them. Hope they either matured into adult men, or remain single so as not to subject some poor woman to their man child antics
I want a part 2 to this story to hear how it all ended
And this is why I enjoy living alone. I don't have to worry about anyone else's mess or dramas.
I’m at Costco watching this because I locked my keys in my car. Thank you for always cheering me up swooz
I've def been there. What's the plan to getting them out???
Aw, that truly sucks! I hope you have car insurance with roadside asisstsnce, as they might be able to send out a lockpick to help.
Call a locksmith if you can. They can open it. Sometimes they are fast to come. It happened to me.
@@swoozie I had a panic attack then had a friend bring me up my spare. Rough morning but I keep my chin up.
I once had a roommate insist with all seriousness that I should do his dishes too. He noticed we were having a dish problem and came up with a system that cycled who did the dishes every day throughout the week. When I pointed out that I do my dishes immediately after using them and those were all his, he threw a fit.I've had good roommates but 99% of them are trash. Hate that the current economy requires them.
Being a good roommate requires a level of consideration for other people that sadly many don't have.
Ironically, my best friends were the best roommates I ever had and we are still friends years later. Other than that, as the saying goes...hell is other people. It's hard finding a good roommate.
Something that cannot be understated is how much of a war toilet paper becomes. I’ve had multiple roommates and every single time, toilet paper becomes and issue LOL
Why do you make such relatable content throughout my life
Hearing stories like these makes me all the more grateful for the amazing roommate I had my last 2 years of Uni
I had a roommate that would eat my food all the time. I had to talk to him about it repeatedly. Finally I got fed up and told him the next time he did it i was going to throw his stuff in the trash. It didn't take long before I had to make good on my promise. He was pissed but he never touched my stuff again!
Serves him right
I know for damn sure Swoozie ain't giving us the whole tea! Go ahead and tell them about the roommate who either NEVER showers or does their laundry. 🙏🙏🙏I know everyone had that 1 roommate who was just filthy!
I had roommates like this and it was awful lol. and you end up blaming yourself in the moment and feeling bad until you actually look at it
rule of thumb i've had sense my bad roommates; have a communication open, make boundaries clear, and discuss any issues when they first happen. saved a lot of time and brain power
Is anyone else starting to understand why Sheldon Cooper's roommate contracts are genius? The first rule of cohabitation is to set the parameters! Leave nothing up to interpretation!
Nah I feel this cuz I had the whole college dorm experience. Roommate was the worst. Got lectured like 3 times cuz her side of the room looked like her closet exploded. She’d ask me to play my music lower then hers is so loud I couldn’t hear my own. I had to leave the room when she made phone calls but I was legit in the middle of an assignment (and wifi was bad in other places). She complained if I had the door locked and she forgot her key….the lock was cuz she’d often send her MALE FRIENDS to get something for her from our room. I can keep going cuz legit I never went another roommate. Worst experience ever
Swoozie as always love your videos and yeah everything you described in this video is the reason why having roommates is something I hope to always avoid 😅
The worst part about sharing a pantry/ fridge is, you don't know what's for everyone and what's personal. Often when somethings bought it remains unopen for weeks so the buyer isn't even eating it but gets mad when you finally do.
YUP. literally same for me with the dishes and the toilet paper. and I was constantly the "friendly problem solver" and then I got tired of it because I couldn't keep holding everyone responsible for their shit while working 2 jobs and going to school and never getting enough sleep, that created my first meltdown in my life, and some good friendships ended. Memories!
I just moved into a new apartment with roommates and I feel this on a personal level.
And I can promise *you* , that if you find better roommates this wouldn't happen Swoozie. You gotta know who you're bunking with before you bunk. And I mean *know* .Inconsiderate drama queens like them are fairly easy to catch out after a little while.
I've never felt so seen in one of Swoozie's videos. Thanks for preaching the truth dude!
Wow! Totally relatable! A former friend of mine really wanted to become roommates with me at some point. I'm so glad I declined! There would have been so much drama! 😂 LOLL!
Absolutely love this video so true! Keep going Swoozie!
I had great roommates in college freshman year to my junior year. Not completely perfect but no major complaints like I had my senior year 💀 I finally had a car and I had two jobs and school but yet I was still somehow a problem for them so I went lone wolf like Swoozie did 😭 hiding my toilet paper and they still had the nerve to try to use MY kitchen items that we left in the kitchen when I NEVER touched theirs even before we realized we weren’t compatible roommates. I was so happy to graduate and be rid of them
i roomed with about 6 or 7 roommates before. it was chaos but organized chaos. it really only takes two people that wanna keep the place presentable that can make the place look pretty alright. it was crazy but very fun and memorable game and movie nights that we organized together.
Sharing a home with others will definitely show you who mom raised who better
It's always a good day when Swoozie decides to upload 😂
Facts I’m at work laughing 😭😭😭
Love your vids snoozie! ❤ keep up the reality check on your vids!
before moving in with my roommates I made sure that I can keep it as real as possible without them getting mad
Living with people is difficult no matter who the people are or what the situation is. This is why I think everyone should have their own one bedroom apartment even married couples and families. And then when you want to get together you can just meet either at a public place or a shared communal area.
The best thing I was ever told about roommates is you learn that everyone’s definition of fair, clean, and contribution are COMPLETELY different 😂