Completely Unrelatable Things My Roommate And I Say To Each Other

Completely Unrelatable Things My Roommate And I Say To Each Other

"It really grosses me out when you drink milk."

From the outside looking in, my roommate and I are quite an odd pair. Do we both still sleep with our baby blankets... well yeah but it's in a cool way not a not cool way. As I scroll through Odyssey, I find myself reading a lot of "Things You And Your Roommate Say To Each Other" listicles. While me and my fellow Odyssey writer roommate, Dylan, do say a lot of these things to each other, I am seeing that we say way more not so relatable things. So here are the 10 not so relatable things my roommate and I say to each other.

1. "Do we have any lemons?"

Constantly, I am asking Dylan if there are any lemons in the room since I eat them like oranges. It is bizarre...sorry Dyl!

2. "Who pooped on my bed?"

Were we just eating ice cream, chocolate, or something else brown... yes. But still, why is there brown on my duvet cover!

3. "Why is there still a Jake Paul poster hanging in our room?"

Did I buy myself a Jake Paul poster and tell Dylan it was a gift for her... maybe. Is it still hanging up months later after the joke died... yes.

4. "I still don't understand why you have a Guy Fieri mask."

I think Dylan will never understand why I have a Guy Fieri outfit but after living with each other for a few months she has learned to respect it.

5. "Where's the Snapple that tastes like lead?"

Did Dylan and I keep a case of Snapple that tasted like lead in our room for over a month... yeah. To be completely honest it might still be here.

6. "It really grosses me out when you drink milk."

When you both watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and you see the McPoyles drink milk it ruins it. I never want to see anyone drink milk ever again.

7. "I'm literally going to throw up blood I'm so excited."

We get really excited really often.

8. "Are we opening the club tonight?"

In a very cool and trendy way, not weird way, our friends named our room the club and we sort of just adapted to it! So we are constantly asking each other whether or not the club is open for our friends to come hang out in.

9. "This is the longest we've ever gone without eating popcorn."

Popcorn is our favorite food group.

10. "Don't turn the lights off I feel like there are monsters in our room."

For real though our room is haunted.

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5 Simple Ways To Keep Your Life's Bucket Full

The children's book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids" by Carol McCloud teachers early elementary students what it is like to have their very own bucket

GPositive behavior is not practiced by many but preached by all. It is important to understand that everyone has an invisible bucket. The bucket may be emptied if you did an action that leads another to unhappiness. The key to life is happiness. Why not practice it?

The children's book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids" by Carol McCloud teachers early elementary students what it is like to have their very own bucket. As an adult, it is important to be educated on how to treat others and fill another's bucket, whenever possible.

1. Say good morning

It takes two words. You could be out at the store, passing a classmate, or just wishing someone a good morning. Two words can make someone's dreadful day into a day worth living. Some people wake up on the wrong side of the bed and a simple greeting could help change their perspective.

Changing someone's perspective can alter their day. Have you ever thought, "Why is this person so mean... I didn't even do anything to them? A simple greeting could have changed the way they looked at their day. Be the person of change.

2. Be honest

I am sure you have told a lie. So what? Things happen and people tell a long tale or two.

But, in the bucket-filling world, you are dipping into another's bucket. You are trying to make yourself happy despite the lies you are telling. It is not good to lie and honestly turns out better in the end.

The best way to get along with people is telling them how you feel. Telling the person you do not like the way something is being handled or the way they act can help that person become someone you like... or at least tolerate.

3. Be careful what you say

When people post online, it could offend some while it may amuse others. It is important to understand that not everyone can take a joke. I have seen people get overwhelmed over content that may or may not involve them. Questioning online posts are ridiculous.

4. Engage in conversation

Is talking to people hard? Why not try and speak what is on your mind? It could be the hard truth, you being nice, or simply wanting to put yourself out there.

Make yourself known; you could be the talker of nothing or the talker of something. When you involve yourself in a conversation, make it memorable and unforgettable. Think before you speak and make sure you leave a lasting impression.

5. End the conversations

You want to leave a lasting impression. Make sure you end the conversation. Concise points leave a person with the acknowledgement that you cared about the conversation. Leaving your friends on "read" can leave them with the impression you don't care.

Putting friends off doesn't make you a good person either. Be there for your friends as much as they want to be there for you.

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