A woman slammed for telling her roommate to let her dad sleep in her bed

Commentators blasted a woman after telling her roommate and boyfriend to leave her bedroom so that her father could get a place to sleep during graduation weekend.

The anonymous woman, known as u/notatypicaltaurus, posted the situation on the popular Reddit forum Am I The A**hole, where she received more than 9,000 upvotes and 1,300 comments.

Georgetown University Student Health Services estimates that about one in three undergraduate students in the United States has reported a problem with a roommate. It is also estimated that room difficulties affect the academic performance of about 17 percent of students.

In the post titled “AITA, If I Don’t Let My Roommate’s Dad Sleep In My Bed?” The woman, 21, explained that she and her boyfriend, 22, live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with one roommate, 22, live and are both college students.

A woman was criticized in a viral Reddit thread after she asked her roommate to give up her room so her dad could get a place to stay for the weekend. Several commentators said the roommate was out of order.
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The roommate, named Mary, pays one-third of the rent and utilities, leaving the other two-thirds to the OP and her boyfriend. The woman also explained that her and Mary’s name is on a lease because it is a university apartment.

The post read: “Yesterday, Marie informed me that her dad is flying to graduation and she is looking for hotels but they are very expensive, so he has to stay in my bedroom.” “I was confused and surprised by this request because it seemed completely strange and inappropriate.”

The woman told Mary that since they lived there, she and her boyfriend would use her room, but Mary replied that they “must go” so that her father could have the room.

She then offered to let Mary’s father use the air mattress and when she refused, the woman’s friend offered her an extra single bed that she could use. “She has to take care of him,” Mary said no.

“She told me she had no choice but to ask me and my friend to leave our apartment so her dad could get my room,” the post read. “As I said, my friend and [I] I’ll stay in my room, she said I was unreasonable because it’s her only degree (that’s not true, she’s going to medical school next year).

The woman added that he was also her boyfriend’s graduation and that he clearly needed to stay.

“I don’t need only my room, which I pay for, I am not comfortable with a man I have never met sleeping in my bed and staying in my room with my personal belongings without me being there.” Post has ended. “Aita, if I don’t let her use my father’s room?”

Nearly 1,300 users commented on the post, with the majority believing Mary to be unreasonable and out of line.

“It’s disgusting, creepy and totally boring. Your lack of planning is not an emergency and the idea of ​​a stranger sleeping in your bed should justifiably disgust you.” You need to hit the throttle and make sure your landlord knows what Mary is asking In case you let her dad take your bed when you’re not home.”

“NTA it’s your roommate and your roommate is crazy,” another user commented. “If he can’t sleep on an air mattress for some reason, she sleeps on the mattress and he sleeps in her own bed. It’s not difficult.”

Another user wrote: “Not sure why your roommate thinks they have the right to kick someone out of the room they paid for to make room for their dad.” “But this is a life lesson that you must learn.”

News week u/notatypicaltaurus asked for comment.

in October, News week Another woman reported on Reddit after revealing that her roommate allowed her drunk friends to sleep in her bed and instead of kicking them out, she decided to crawl into bed.

Commentators supported the woman’s decision, saying that it was her bed and these people shouldn’t have been there at all.

Another woman appeared on Reddit’s Am I The A** hole after playing the piano while her roommate was on the phone with her boyfriend.

Recently an 18-year-old girl went viral after finding out that her roommate was 52 years old.

The teen shared her attitude on TikTok, where it has been viewed over a million times.

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