22 Things You’ll Miss About Your Housemates When You Graduate
The people you live with may drive you crazy sometimes, but you wouldn’t have them any other way. When university is all over you’ll miss those beloved losers you call room mates.
1. Having inside jokes.
2. Being worryingly comfortable with each other.
Everyone is now your human footrest, oh and who doesn’t love a good hug.
3. Someone is always embarrassing themselves.
By singing badly or being the resident klutz.
4. Everyone is honest.
There’s no time wasted beating around the bush, your roommates tell it like it is.
5. You share your hangovers.
6. There is always someone up for takeaway.
7. Cooking together.
Cooking can be so boring on your own.
8. Always having someone to talk to.
You’re never alone in student accommodation, whether it’s texting in the next room or face to face – it’s good to vent at every opportunity.
9. Hosting a messy Pre-drinks then reminiscing about it the next morning while cleaning.
Morning-after debriefs are crucial. You don’t know how you’ll cope when they’re gone.
10. Talking through the walls.
Thin walls come in handy sometimes.
11. They know all your dirty secrets.
Yeah so we’re never playing ” Never have I ever” in front of new company, agreed?
12. There’s always music blasting.
It may keep you up at night but you’ll certainly miss it when you can no longer blast Taylor Swift at 2 in the morning.
13. Sharing food without asking.
14. And watching trashy daytime TV together.
15. Going shopping together.
Some things are just more fun when you do them with friends.
16. Bitching about how much work you still have to do.
17. Constantly insulting each other.
To outsiders people think you all hate each other, when really your sarcasm level is just that good.
18. They’ve seen you at your best and worst.
19. You’re never bored.
Play fighting and pranks make sure of that.
20. Letting everyone on Snapchat know how close you all are.
21. Wingmanning each other on nights out.
22. And the fact you’re practically family.
It just won’t be the same without them.