Most of us have had a roommate at one point in our lives. Some were angels, others, not so much.
Exchanging messages with your future roommates should be a pleasant experience. Unfortunately, this was not the case for two UCLA freshmen and their third roommate.
Winnie Chen posted a screenshot on Twitter of an email she sent to herself and another roommate, identified as Guistinna Tun, from their future roommate “Ashly” with some off-the-wall attitude and melodramatic demands.
My roommate that I haven’t even met… pic.twitter.com/OkJwUF8LGp
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 1, 2016
Tun pointed out Ashly’s sense of entitlement but ended the email saying she and Chen are willing to “start over” and are “open minded”.
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 2, 2016
Finally, the roommate replies with a very #sorrynotsorry response. Claiming that she is both “really chill” and “a ticking time bomb” then signs off with a “lol” in a last effort to ease up the mood.
— Winnie (@miniwinnieee) September 9, 2016