20 Signs You And Your Roommate Are Entirely Too Close
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20 Signs You And Your Roommate Are Entirely Too Close

Yeah, at this point, boundaries are a lost cause.

20 Signs You And Your Roommate Are Entirely Too Close
Emma Coyne

College roommates, I swear, are the weirdest relationships you will ever have. Like, if you're lucky, you're living with your best friend, so your probably already insanely close relationship skyrockets to new levels. New levels meaning weird, no-boundaries levels like seen in the following quotes.

1. "Do you remember if this is the third or fourth time I skipped class?"

Actually, a valid question to ask considering we know where the other is at every second of every day.

2. "Do I need to put on a baseball cap? I can't tell if my hair is greasy."

So normal, but, like, hi, so gross.

3. "Can I pick you up from your class in my car so you can drop me off at my class and neither of us has to walk anywhere?"

The ultimate teamwork paired with no shame of how lazy we are.

4. "Are you coming home tonight? If not, can you give me your key fob? I lost mine."

Once again, teamwork.

5. "Can I borrow *insert literally anything*?"

Obviously, what's mine is yours. Which is good, considering I've already been planning to wear that top all week.

6. "Do you think he's going to be at the pregame? Should I talk to him tonight or no?"

It's a group decision, like everything else. We decide this stuff together.

7. "OK, I just posted on Insta. Go like and comment."

Because that's a roommate's job.

8. "Will you sit in my bathroom while I shower?"

No, this isn't a joke. We actually can't spend that much time apart.

9. "My palms get sweaty after being apart for an hour."

Like my body doesn't know how to function without her.

10. "What's the weather like outside?"

Because God forbid we did anything on our own and just looked it up.

11. "Are we going out tonight?"

*We* because we're a package deal obviously.

12. "Can we go to Cookout? I'm too lazy to make pasta."

Response: No because last time you asked that we did that every night for the next two weeks.

13. "Can you come pick me up? You have my location."

Yeah, duh, I already tracked you, I'm on my way.

14. "Can you check the dryer to see if my clothes are done?"

Only said yes because you've been hogging the washer and I have a ton of dirty clothes.

15. "I don't know how you put up with me."

Simple: don't really have an option because we're kinda attached at the waist at this point. Just kidding, it's 'cause I love you.

16. "Can we agree we're not adult-ing today?"

Sounds like a perfect recipe for sitting on the couch, watching TV together.

17. "I wanna nap; can we together?"

Obviously. Your bed or mine?

18. "Do you wanna just sleep in my bed with me tonight?"

But seriously starting to think we share one bedroom too, not an entire apartment.

19. "I, like, can't reach my back. Will you put self-tanner on me?"

Super weird, but obviously can't have a splotchy fake tan, so yeah.

20. "Don't come in here; I'm naked. Oh, who cares anymore? Nevermind."

Yeah, at this point, boundaries are a lost cause.

SEE ALSO: 10 Signs You And Your Best Friend Are Practically A Couple

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