amadeupname: (smile for me)
( Sep. 23rd, 2006 09:56 pm)
It was fun while it lasted, but I had a feeling it wouldn't last too long anyway. At least we parted on good terms, and hopefully there won't be any of that nasty tension that most "can we still be friends?" endings bring about.

I'm still going to mope and pig out on chocolate and ice cream, of course, but I'm going to keep this positive. After all, we weren't together nearly long enough for there to be any major problems in the first place. No animosity's built up on my side of it, at any rate.

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And on another note, am I being unreasonable, or is my roommate being overly sensitive? I've asked her, once on each count, to not leave her radio on when she leaves, and to not leave her alarm on when she's not sure if she's going to be sleeping in her room. (And by that I mean when she ends up sleeping over at her boyfriend's or pulling an all-nighter.) Yesterday she said that she thought I was angry about it, and she kept saying that she's really not hard to get along with, and that I hadn't been woken up much earlier than my own alarm had been set. (I don't see what that has to do with it, though. Her alarm still woke me up.)

I don't get it. I wasn't angry about it. I was barely miffed! They were accidents, and I thought I'd asked nicely enough about them. If I was angry, it would show -- I'd be bitter or sarcastic, slightly violent, rather pissy, not polite like I've been so far. She might have thought that I was angry because I accidentally locked her out of the room on Thursday (I forgot she was down the hall and left to go to class), but I told her it was an accident. It's not like I locked her out of the room while she was in the shower like my roommate did to me last year.


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