Roomies: Sharing Your Home with Friends, Strangers, and Total Freaks
Some roommates become best friends, others end up battling it out on TV talk showseither way, there's no getting around getting along with a roommate. Roomies is a hip and sassy guide to sharing a home, ideal for dorm dwellers and urban professionals alike. Its packed with practical advice on such vital topics as sharing a bathroom, writing the perfect nag note, and intra-house hookups (convenient but discouraged). Throughout, the reader may choose from mature, passive-aggressive, or hostile solutions to household dilemmas. Quirky illustrations, subversive chore wheels, twisted personality quizzes, and notes on legendary roomies such as Bert and Ernie and the Golden Girls round out the mix,making Roomies one book that everyone can agree on.
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