40 People Shared The Moment They Realized They’re Living With A ‘Monster’

What would you do if you have a monster roommate? We’re not talking about Godzilla-type monsters. We’ll be using the name ‘monster’ to describe sloven people who enjoy a messy home. Are there even such people, you may ask. Truth is, there are lots of them around. In fact, we have testimonials from unfortunate people who have messy, disorganized monsters as their roommates.

Living with a roommate isn’t as fun as you think.  Comedy sitcoms such as Roommates (2009) and New Girl (2011) typically depict the exciting life of living with flatmates. But fiction is a far cry from reality. If you want to know how it feels living with someone else under one roof, ask those who’ve actually experienced it. Whether they’re living with their partners, friends, colleagues, or flatmates, people have their own stories to tell about their roommates. While having to share a home with someone else has its own benefits, it’s not all about rainbows and butterflies. There will be some conflicts and disputes along the way. Contrasting habits and incompatible preferences will become more evident as the days go by.

So, if you’re a neat freak, you’ll definitely don’t want to have a slob for a roommate. But if you’re unfortunate enough to have one, you just need to cope with it. Could you live with someone who hoards unnecessary stuff for no reason? Or could you last a day with someone who has no hygiene standards? Living with a monster roommate is indeed a living hell for tidy people. While some people may lose their minds seeing a messy house, these people choose to share their misfortunes for comical purposes. Here are some photos revealing what it’s like living with a monster roommate. And don’t forget to share your own experiences with unruly roommates on the comment section below.

“The Way My Wife Opens Things”

“My Wife Hung A Nice Picture And A Small Shelf While I Was On Duty. Now My Eye Is Twitching”

“Why I Keep A Secret Tube Of Toothpaste From My Wife And Children”

“I Lost A Loved One Today. I’m Not Sure Which One Yet, But Whoever Cuts Cheese Cake Like This Is Dead To Me”

“My Housemate Still Hasn’t Got Rid Of His Pumpkin From Halloween”

“Damn 3-Year-Olds”

“My Wife Never Finishes A Bottle Of Shampoo Or Body Wash Before Buying A New Kind And Leaving The Old Ones”

“What Kind Of Person Leaves This In The Freezer”

“My Roommate’s Toothbrush”

“Flatmate Made Pasta, Then Left For A Vacation.” (I Sort Of Want To Cuddle It)

“I’m Starting A Fight With My Wife”

“My Roommate And I Own Only Two Pots. When He Cooks, He Stores The Leftovers In The Fridge In The Pots, Instead Of Putting Them In Containers”

“My Side Of The Room vs. My Roommate’s Side”

“My Flatmate Isn’t The Biggest Fan Of Hygiene. This Festive Potato Managed To Grow In His Cupboard”

“My Wife Never Fully Screws The Lids Back Onto Anything”

“Holiday With New Boyfriend – He Opens Bread Like This”

“The Way My Housemate Tidied These Shoes”

“My Wife Is A Monster”

“My Wife Likes To Put Her Food And Drinks On Electronics”

“My Wife Leaves Hair Stuck To The Shower Wall”

“My Roommate Leaves Her Cat’s Litter Box Scoop In Our Kitchen Sink”

“How My Boyfriend Stores His Cords”

“I Thought I Was The Only One Whose Flatmates Were Growing Potato Monsters. This One Was Growing For A Year And I Discovered It The Weekend I Moved In”

“My Wife Thinks It Is OK To Mix M&M’s With Skittles”

“My Girlfriend’s Kitchen, Everyone”

“My Wife’s Nightstand”

“My Roommates Seem To Forget This Exists”

“My Wife Bought Toilet Paper For The First Time. One Ply. I Live With A Monster”

“I Live With A Monster. This Happens Every Single Time I Get Back Home After Being Away With Work For 2 Weeks”

“My Boyfriend Doesn’t Throw Away Empty Toilet Paper Rolls”

“My Wife Is A Monster”

“My Roommate Puts The Empty Milk Containers Back Into The Fridge”

“The Way My Wife Leaves The Egg Shells In The Carton Instead Of Throwing Them Into The Trash”

“So My Roommate Used My Tin Foil”

“When My Roommates Take Out The Trash, They Don’t Put A New Lining, And Throw Trash In The Can Anyway”

“I’ve Been Stuck In My Room Sick For 4 Days Trying To Not Give My Roommate And His Girlfriend What I Have. They’ve Just Been Letting The Dishes Build Up This Whole Time”

 

“My Wife Always Opens The Microwave Before It Ends And Leaves It Like This, So I Always Have To Cancel Before Setting My Heating Time”

“How My Parents Store Their DVDs”

“My Girlfriend Opens New Water Bottles Without Finishing The Others First. Send Help, Please”

“I Live With Monsters”

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