I’m not sure how many times a day I get asked roommate questions, but it’s rare. I always respond with “I don’t know” when asked what I’m doing when I’m not in class, and I have no problem with doing the same thing when I’m home. The problem I have is the same. I’m not a morning person.
The number of times I receive roommate questions is also rare, but the answers are usually “I dont know when Im going to have free time.” So you can imagine my surprise when I got one the other day from someone who asked me if I was taking a shower since I have free time. My response was a long and awkward silence. The person then proceeded to tell me that she would like to start taking showers in order to be able to shower at school at the same time.
I know that I am weird. But I also know that the whole process of showering at school, and then having to shower right after that is a bit awkward. But with the shower in the morning, it makes more sense, since you get to shower right after you have breakfast. That is also the same for a lot of the other showering situations. That is, your shower is done at the same time as your breakfast.
That’s what I always did when my roommates and I used to shower together. If I left the shower running, the shower wouldn’t be ready to leave when I got out of it. And if we started the shower just before we were done showering, we would have to wait for the shower to leave. But we would have to wait until we finished showering. And then we would have to start the shower again.
This is something that I noticed at our apartment. When we first moved in we had a shower and a bathtub in the same room. And this is the same for our apartment when we moved out. So we both had to start washing and showering at the same time. And this was a problem because when we went to my apartment the shower was still running. And so we had to start our baths again.
I haven’t been to my apartment for three months, and I have no idea what’s inside my bathroom.
The shower issue? That sounds a bit like we’re roommates who have the same problem you do. In fact, if you’re the same person as me, I’d say that you need to check out the other roommate’s bathroom. It’s really weird.
What is weird is that all of my other roommates have huge bathrooms. And mine is pretty tiny. I mean, it isnt tiny, its smaller than a walk-in closet. It really looks like a giant bathroom.
This is called “room size.” In the real world, rooms are usually measured in square feet, which equals 1.7 square meters. For a bathroom, it’s usually one-third of a square meter, or 1.25 square feet.