If you share a house with other people, there are undoubtedly some arguments about cleaning and washing up, but a messy roommate has brought things to a new level of laziness.
And angry Facebook user, from Colorado, shared photos of their roommate's filthy bedroom with the group Terrible roommates: roommates from hell, which produced 120 responses from people, could not believe the condition of the room.
& # 39; So the sink isn't that bad, but my roommate refuses to clean, he didn't do the dishes except twice in the time he was here, & # 39 ;, wrote the poster on Facebook.
& # 39; I have told him several times to clean up f ****** dishes that are everywhere! And his room that smells of old c **, lubricant, a ** and spoiled food, they added.
An angry Colorado roommate embarrassed their living companion by sharing a picture of his dirty bedroom on Facebook
& # 39; He says he will have a therapy appointment in five hours, so he can't clean up today, but I've been at work all week trying to have no bad luck when I get home & # 39 ;, concluded the post .
The photo captured various dirty dishes left unwashed in the kitchen, as well as a dirty sink filled with bowls, Tupperware, and discarded chips.
But it was the bedroom that made people furious, the floor covered with various kinds of garbage, from dirty, crumpled clothes to unwashed plates, half-empty mugs, take-away packages, and cardboard boxes.
& # 39; This is just not even trying & # 39 ;, wrote a member of the group.
The person explained that their roommate's mess extended to common areas such as the kitchen (photo), which he left in dirty dishes and discarded chips
The housemate refused to clean and would apologize for not doing this (photo), such as appointments that take place 5 hours later
& # 39; Nooooooope. I am obsessed with having a clean house and I would not be able to handle this level of filth at all. Holy s *** that's dirty. & # 39;
& # 39; Literally what that bastard actually is, & # 39; another asked.
& # 39; Holy s *** I WOULD LOSE IT. This is rancid. I would scream and scream until they cleaned it or ran away, & another guy wrote.
& # 39; Jesus. You must start by asking for references from former roommates and proof that they now lived at the same address. People can be disgusting, & one commented.
Members of the Facebook group could not cope with the level of messiness shown on the photos
Have you considered bumping your roommate? Maybe your only option, & another one joked.
& # 39; OMG. Oh my god, that bedroom, & wrote a shocked member.
& # 39; How do people live like this & # 39 ;, someone asked.
& # 39; Ok, I thought I was messy, but this wins & # 39 ;, another said.
Others said the mess in the room was fine, but extension to common areas was forbidden.
& # 39; If he kept it to his filthy a ** room, that's fine, but he can't expect you to be cool with all that clutter in the common room. If he does not want to do the dishes, he can order himself or invest in paper plates.
Some people suggested that the man was depressed as an explanation for the mess, which led to a debate on mental health.
& # 39; That's depression & # 39 ;, someone wrote.
The photos sparked a mental health debate on the page, with people saying that people with depression could also clean their rooms
& # 39; Not everyone with a dirty room is depressed. Some people are just dirty. You also cannot see that someone is depressed by just looking at his room. I have chronic depression and anxiety and my room is messy but not disgusting. I can smell the room through my phone, & another person argued.
The original set the argument and stated that the mess was not part of the roommate's depression.
& # 39; It's not their depression, they go to therapy with regard to other things, afraid they just do this because they don't want to clean up, & # 39; they said.
& # 39; And they just like it and I don't care, but I and my other roommate sharing a room can't really have someone because of the smell, & # 39; they concluded.
The roommate refuses to do his dishes and leaves dirty pans, plates and bowls everywhere in the kitchen
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