16 Things That Will Make You Glad You’re Moving Out of Halls
As great as living in halls can be, there are some things that will make you glad you’re moving out soon.
1. No more fire drills at ungodly hours.
Sooo I was like super naked and asleep and my building had a fucking fire drill so that was a nice and chaotic wake up call. Student halls❤️
— sappho (@tylerWILSON_1) October 23, 2015
2. Or cold showers because everyone else in the block is showering at the same time.
— William Baxter (@williambaxter2) January 29, 2016
3. There’s less chance of you walking into the kitchen to find you can’t eat because nobody has washed up. Still.
Unless of course you choose to live with people who do this kind of thing again next year.
One week into returning to uni and your kitchen looks like this pic.twitter.com/I0hKXvuHbl
— StudentView (@StudentViewUK) January 13, 2016
4. Or stumbling across crime scenes like this:
When ppl don't clean the uni kitchen and throw out old food THIS is what happens🙄🙄🙄 pic.twitter.com/Mg06hn3UnX
— Amy Burman (@amyburmann) December 11, 2015
5. The appliances will probably work better.
There's some sort of oily substance dripping from the extractor fan above the hob in my kitchen, is it time to move out of halls yet
— probie wan kenobi (@alpickering_) January 26, 2016
6. And you won’t have to pretend to people’s parents that everything’s great whenever there’s an open day.
7. You can finally escape from that flatmate you don’t really care for.
When that one flatmate you hate has all their mates round pic.twitter.com/7IOJZ431wy
— Student Problems (@ProblemsAtUni) January 13, 2016
8. And you can stop feeling like you have to pretend to care about inter-halls rivalry.
9. No more putting up with shitty WiFi when you’re trying to access Blackboard watch your shows.
10. Or panicking that you’ve left your door unlocked and your flatmates are going to prank your room.
— Flat 33 (@HollowayMassive) December 4, 2014
11. You won’t have to drag all of your laundry to the nearest laundrette every time you need to do washing.
12. And you’re less likely to come across random people your flatmates brought back the night before.
Once again I walk into my kitchen to find a collection of random lads asleep on floor! LOOK FUCK OFF I WANT TO MAKE BREAKFAST!!! damn halls
— Tabitha Jones (@tabitha1494) March 19, 2014
13. Or accidentally catch sight of things you never wanted to see in the block opposite yours.
looked out my window and saw a guy in a mankini 😂 gotta love halls pic.twitter.com/meWHShd1R6
— Ugne (@ugnesi) December 16, 2015
14. You’ll actually be able to have proper house parties.
15. And you can put the heating on whenever you want.
Having to use my hairdryer to keep me warm halls are too cold ❄️
— Shannon Lewis (@shannonmaria) March 2, 2015