Monday: I imagine Monday as
a Catholic School Teacher. She wears
thick-rimmed glasses and has a pinched face.
She comes behind me and smacks me on
my hand as a daze off.
Tuesday: Is the nice-ish Teacher. You like her
but she’s still has a no nonsense attitude.
At the end of the year, she lets you watch
a G-rated movie.
Wednesday: Is the PE teacher some
people like him, some don’t.
Thursday: Is the art teacher. My favorite
class. She’s calm cool and collected because
there’s only one day until Friday.
Friday: Is the Teacher that doesn’t show up
or alert the school. The class is just there
without supervision. So the principal puts on a movie
Living with roommates has made it possible to live in the ever increasing rental market. A one bedroom in San Francisco is 4,000 dollars. The issue comes in with technology jobs and creative jobs moving to the cities. It seems like a hard compromise but roommates may be the answer. Splitting utilities and rent with 3 to 4 other people relieves the financial stress.
Sharing and Caring
I’ve had roommates that are prepared for the apocalypse. They had top of the line pots and pans, spices, a panini maker, a mattress frame and stockpile of food. These roommates are the best because they are so prepared. When you move around a lot, like me, you lose stuff. So these roommates help fill in the gap until you can reset yourself.
The best thing about having roommates is you’re likely to have a friend. Living in the same space brings people together. It’s nice to come home to someone you can rant to about that bit– at work or that cute guy at your regular coffee place.
Everyone has a different interpretation of cleanliness. Some people are less clean than others.
I have had many roommates fight over dirty dishes and clothes left in the washer. My advice to anyone with roommates is as soon as you use it, clean it. There will be no issue if you clean up imminently after yourself.
Lack of Privacy
The living room, kitchen, and bathrooms are shared in my apartment so there’s not much privacy.
I try to a long take relaxing shower but that’s not always possible. Nothing pulls you out of your Zen more than your roommate shaking the door knob. It’s an unspoken rule that if you’re going to use any shared area, to use it quickly.
Over All Bad Roommates
I have had more than my fair share of bad roommates. I had roommates that lacked common courtesy to disgusting human beings. One of my roommates shed all the time. I go into the bathroom and saw clumps of her hair on the shower walls and in the drain. It was gross, I always take a shower before her so I didn’t have to see that.
What’s the worst roommate experience you’ve had? What’s the best? Let’s talk below.
1. Ecce Homo Cecilia Giménez
In an attempt to restore Cecilia Giménez made the painting of Jesus look more like a monkey than the Lord and Savior. She has reported since the epic failure she has been ridiculed by her collages.
2. What is He Missing Paul Klee
Klee a Swiss-German artist makes a quick sketch on ingres paper and asks, ‘What is he missing?’ I can answer that, a neck and a torso. It is an interesting interpretation on expressionism and cubism, it draws the viewer in to participate in the artwork.
3. Women III Willem de Kooning
Women III is one painting in a series of six. The painting is the fourth most expensive painting ever sold, at 137.5 million dollars. The painting was stored away due to strict government regulations. In 2006 it was sold to a billionaire. I guess there’s someone for everyone.
4.Untitled (1970) by Cy Twombly
This painting resembles scratches on a chalkboard, but this painting has been in a prestigious European collection. The painting resembles children learning cursive.
5. Museum of Bad Art
The Museum of Bad Art or MOBA’s motto is ‘art that is too bad to be ignored.’ The gallery is based Massachusettes. In its collection are bad works of art and epic art failures.