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I wish they'd fix the pipes in manor. I can't sleep ????????

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Okay, guys, I need serious advice. I have a roommate, and we are pretty good friends. But I do have an issue with one thing: I told them they they were free to borrow things (clothes, mainly) as long as they ask. It's weird though, because lately I have noticed some of my clothes disappearing. When I ask about it, they tell me they haven't seen it. However, I have ended up searching the room in order to find my things, just in case I put it down somewhere and forgot that I did. I ended up finding them hiding in random places that I never would usually look, because it was my roommate's area. This is not my first roommate situation, but I definitely have never had someone steal my things and hide them in order to avoid giving them back. Anyways.. how would you guys go about confronting the person? I value the friendship, but it's weird behavior to take items after being told you can borrow them (just ask) and then hiding them and lying to the person when you ask.

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There is something hilarious about bonding with strangers over a shared hatred for a particular person you have all met.

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Hey Bernie, Americans need a helping hand, not a handout. Pack your socialist agenda up and stop preying on 18-21 year old undergraduates who can't envision anything beyond what homework is due tomorrow.

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New Hampshire's got the right idea. With Trump, we're going to make America great again. Finally all us millennials can experience what it's like to be winners rather than whiners.

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I don't know why but being on campus really upsets me so I have to leave as soon as I get the chance. I don't live on campus but on the extremely rare occasion someone wants to hang out or for me to visit them on campus I have to say no every time because I just can't be there. It's just really uncomfortable and I don't feel like I should be there and I feel bad saying no

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Someday they'll realize that they lost a good friend who only wanted them to be happy in every way possible.

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Its been a long time since I've felt a legitimate emotion that wasn't shame, not while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Emotions are terrifying. I'd rather laugh them off.

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