10 Reasons Why I Love My Roommate
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10 Reasons Why I Love My Roommate

I love living with one of my roommates and best friends, Lauren; I can't wait to live with her another year!

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10 Reasons Why I Love My Roommate
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We've had so many good times and bad times, so here are the reasons I love her and am glad to have lived with her!

1. We can talk about pretty much anything.

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From cats to politics to old-school references, we can talk about anything and everything.

2. She can finesse the fridge pretty well.

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One of the most skilled fridge organizers I know who can turn a nightmare into an orderly stack of containers.

3. She is truly caring.

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Even if it's just asking if I'm okay or how my day was, I know Lauren truly cares about me and my well-being.

4. She always offers me food.

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Just today I was sad that I didn't have any Mochi ice cream left, so she offered me one of her ice cream bars.

5. She is stronger than she knows, and makes me stronger, too.

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It may sound cheesy, but we do make each other stronger by sharing our experiences and thoughts with each other.

6. We always get up to the weirdest shenanigans.

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We never fail to have some weird times together, but that's a unique bond we share!

7. She always tries to include me in activities.

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One time, I told her I was going to alone Labor Day weekend a few years ago, and she invited me to eat with her family (whens she didn't have to).

8. She will randomly come home with gifts.

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One day in the fall, she showed up with candy corn flavored kettle corn because I had expressed that I enjoyed candy corn. Take notes, ladies and gents.

9. She knows me very well, and can recognize when I'm having a bad day.

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If I seem down or not talkative, she will ask what happened and try to make me feel better.

10. We have a similar sense of humor.

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We tend to want to make the other laugh, and enjoy the same type of jokes and pranks.

Nothing but a long listicle for the queen of listicles! I'm excited to continue our amazing friendship!

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