Question: How do I get my roommate's boyfriend to leave?
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Answer #1:Beat him to a pulp.
Answer #2:I would talk to your friend. Tell her how you feel and tell her that you feel like it's not fair (it really is unfair)...and if things don't change, you might need to move out and get an apartment on your own. It will be hard, but if you do not have this conversation with her, this may go on for a really long time...and the longer you wait, the harder it will be to have the talk.
Answer #3:I know you don't want to, but the only way out of this is to talk to her about how uncomfortable it makes you. Being assertive is the only way to not be passive aggressive or sit in misery. He either needs to start paying a third of everything or get out. Set a boundary, maintain it, and then your home can feel good again & you won't have to resent a long time friend.
Answer #4:You should tell your roommate. Tell her you're not comfortable with him staying there because you're sick of all the fighting and loud noises. Tell her that if he wants to live there he has to help with rent & bills because your two bedroom apartment is obviously not a homeless shelter. If she doesn't tell him about it or make him leave then just tell him yourself. Hopefully I helped, I used to have the same problem ! (:
Answer #5:Talk to her about it. There's no way around it. It sounds like they aren't going to last very long if they're fighting alot. Just tell her
"Maybe when you guys get angry you could take it outside and when you decide to get it on you could go to a motel if your passions are THAT unbridled or tone it down a notch.
If you cant go to your home because of him somethings wrong. Like I said before talk it out and it should work itself out
Answer #6:The same thing happened to one of my friends in college. She bought a neon colored poster board and wrote in marker "he pays or he goes." If that doesn't work, talk to your landlord about it. There is often more rent money required for extra people living in the house. If he/she finds out that the conract has been violated, she may raise rent so your roomate or the dreaded boyfriend would have to pay/pay more. Have your parents call her parents and complain..depending on her parents, that may be successful..
Answer #7:i'd seriously beat his *** up and tell him to either get out or pay up. but seriously you need to tell him and your roommate that he needs to pay if he's gonna stay.and tell him straight up to get his lazy *** off the couch and get a job.
Answer #8:Your best answer...
This situation is not unique at all. You see this kind of stuff on all of those courtroom shows everyday. The remedy is very simple. MOVE OUT....
Give them 60 days notice and let your room mate know that you can't take the living conditions with which you've had to put up with since New year's and nothing seems to be changing no matter if you say anything to your room mate or not so let them know this.
Tell them exactly how I'm telling you: " It is apparent that things are not working out for us here." "Simply because this living arrangement has been derailed due to your lack of consideration toward me and the fact that this so called MAN that has taken up refuge here has deemed it okay to make himself the king of this castle of which I am paying half of everything for and that he seems to think that it is okay for him to infringe on."
" I am not dating him so therefore I do not feel that I should have to help in supporting him." You Miss Room Mate seem to think that it is okay for Mr. Man to be lounging around the place and eat my food and use my furniture and sit around and not lift a finger to do anything around this place." " You Mr. Man must think that it is okay to stay here while I'm at work trying to earn a living to better your life at my expense and it's all gravy to you because you get to screw my room mate and do what you please and think that being a stud constitutes some kind of stake in claim around here to allow you to do what you want when you want; I don't think so...."
" So this is what I'm proposing." " I am going to move and cut off any and all utilities and sevices that are under my name." You two have 60 days to figure out what to do once I am gone, but I am done with you two and I'm leaving as soon as the 60 days are up." " After that you are on your own and you can have the place all to yourselves."
" You make me sick and I'm tired of putting up with the crap around here."
You tell them this and watch how fast they straighten out their act. But YOU definately have to get out of there. Trust me you'll be better off on your own than with a room mate. You may even consider moving somewhere with your boyfriend. Things may actually work out for the best this way. Hope this works for you.
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