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Kistaro Windrider, Reptillian Situation Assessor

Unfortunately, I Really Am That Nerdy

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AUUGGH! Jamie, just SHUT YOUR MUSIC THE FUCK OFF and we wouldn't have this problem, now would we? I don't fucking care your opinion of my alarm clock. I wouldn't have to turn it to Ultra Loud Mode, which I hate too, if you didn't make me wear earplugs just to sleep because your goddamn fucking shit-ass BOMP BOMP BOMP music plays until three fucking AM and you know damn well I've got a 9:00am and like to wake up early.

Yes, even on weekends. Unlike some, I prefer not to screw up my sleep schedule over the weekend. Could you please respect that? No? Could I please throw you and your fucking stereo system out the window, then?

And get your loud guests out of the common room!

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Suggestions:

1. Ask her politely not to do this?

2. If you've done this, or it fails, then report her to the administration or whoever handles housing. There's no reason you shoudl have to put up with this. And don't be a pushover. =P

*hug* Good luck.

I've talked to him politely, I've pounded on the wall (our signed suitemate agreement actually has that as what to do if sound is too loud- as the correct thing to do), I've done everything short of cussing him out. I've talked to the RAs; they've talked to him, and it really hasn't helped much. They're both going to corner him tomorrow and make it clear that it's a real problem, and the problem isn't at my end. If that doesn't cover it, I'll go to the RCD.

I don't like having to "rat out" my own suitemate like this, though. But if that's what it takes to get some sleep this year...

Headphones.

$30 -> a top-flight set that can give him sound quality as good as anything he can pack into a dorm room, with a cable long enough that it isn't an issue standing up and walking around the room with 'em on.

It's a possibility I'm looking at, but there's a bit of a problem: part of it is how he likes to play said music when some of his friends are in his dorm, and share it with them. And then he also likes it when he's only got one person of the female persuasion in the dorm with him.

The first use, the headphones would have to be shared. The second use doesn't lend itself well to headphones.

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