Sharing House With A Lazy Bastard
March 11 2019
We all know that rent in Queenstown is expensive and this is one of the reasons why most people share the house with flatmates. Here is when the problem starts. We may get to know some bad habits coming from people.
I know that this town is multicultural and each person is unique, but some basics about living with other people and sharing a house are expected. Do I need to say to grown man around 30 that he needs to stop peeing all around and on the toilet seat? Or that he needs to check after flushing if everything is really gone? Should I say that after cooking he needs to wash his dishes and wipe the kitchen counter? Do I need to explain that some vacuuming is also necessary? Bills like buying toilet paper and cleaning products are also expected someone to contribute. Do I need to remind him that he is not living with his parents anymore, and now he got responsibilities?
We all work hard all day long and like to rest whenever we get home, but people need to understand that your flatmate is not your personal housekeeper or baby sitter to clean up your shit! Being respectful with people you live is mandatory, please don’t be a lazy bastard.