So yeah, my roommate's been going out with this girl since about halfway through last semester, and they're still together. That's great, and I'm happy for him, but she...kinda sucks. She used to be a great person, was really cool to hang out with, and I got along with her fine. But somewhere around the end of last semester, she basically moved into our room. Honestly...I was ok with that, and I still am, in principle, because I can understand how much they want to be together and what not, because that's how I was with my girlfriend when we were together. BUT, lately things have been going on that really aren't too cool, mostly about her. My roomie seems to understand and realize that while it's great to spend so much time with his girlfriend, the two of them also need their own space. He likes to play computer games from time to time, and she likes to read magazines. However, she never reads her magazines when he's playing computer games. Whenever he's playing computer games, she's bugging him to talk to her, or tell her stories, or whatever. When he's doing homework, she wants to spend time with him. Then when she's doing homework, he respects her needs, and he'll try to help her if she needs it. Otherwise, he pretty much stays out of her way. She reads her magazines at times when he's free, and can afford to cuddle with her and whisper sweet nothings into her ear, or whatever the bloody hell she wants from him. But recently, she's been getting a little out of line with a lot of things. It's gotten to that point where my roommate and I are looking for housing for next year. At first, he was doing most of the looking because he was going to move off campus with a few of his other friends, when a space opened up for me. He seemed to have things under control, and he had already found a few places, so I just sort of...went along for the ride. I didn't feel great about it, but he already had it figured out. Well, the place we found was OK, but nothing special, and the bathroom kinda sucked. But, the four guys who were willing to live there didn't really care. Then two nights ago I was asked by one of the girls on my floor who I hang out with a lot if I would accompany her in the morning to the place where she and some of her friends were looking to stay next year. I figured, "why not?" Since I didn't really have anything else to do. So I took the time to wake up three hours earlier than I otherwise would have on a regular Monday morning just to accompany her to the bank and then to the apartment building to give in the down payment on that place. I was also to be used for any translation from English to Chinese and vice versa if my friend and the Chinese manager couldn't understand each other. While there, I bumped into a friend of mine who actually worked in the manager's office, so I started talking to him about the 2 bedroom apartments that they have there, and he said they were really nice, so I asked if he could show me around one of them for me to tell my roommate and his friends about. Well, after that I decided I liked the place and my roommate would too, so I picked up three application forms - 1 for me, 1 for my roommate, and 1 for the other guy who would be living with us for sure. I brought these back to my dorm room and gave them to my roommate, as well as briefing him on the basics of apartment. Later that night, his girlfriend comes in and asks me about that place. I tell her what I told my roommate, and she decides she likes it too, and wants to move in. So what does she do? She takes one of the applications that I picked up for myself, my roommate, and my roommate's friend and starts filling it out! Now really, that's not too bad, and I can understand if my roommate said it would be OK, but seriously now - I went very much out of my way to get those things, the least she could do is ask me for it, and I would gladly let her take one. If my roommate had gone in the morning to pick them up, then it's no problem for her to just take one, because she just takes his stuff a lot, anyway. It's the way their relationship goes. But he didn't, I did. But, that's not all. Today after class, I picked up some food and brought it back to my dorm because my roommate and I were going to check out the apartment together, and probably put in the down payment, just over an hour after I got back, and I had to pick up my application from my room anyway. So I open my door, and I'm greeted by my roommate's closet door with his towel draped over the top. Then from behind it I hear his girlfriend's voice saying, "Ad? Hey, can you give me a second? Ok. There. I just didn't have a shirt on, that's all." I mean...really now...she knows what time I'll be coming back, because she was there when my roommate and I discussed what time we would do everything, and what we would do before going to check out the apartment to make sure we had everything ready. She doesn't even legally live in our room, and I have every right to kick her sorry ass out whenever I see fit, because she's not paying for our dorm room, and our RA wasn't notified that she'd be spending oh-so-many nights here. She really has no right to be in here, aside from the fact that she's going out with my roommate. Ugh. So much crap going on in my room lately, I'm surprised I haven't snapped and literally kicked her out yet. More updates on this will be put here. Sorry guys, but I just had to vent even more than what I'd already put up online.