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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    anon please.

    so basically, as title says...i overheard my housemate this evening talking to his friend and he referred to me as the 'house slut' (he was a bit drunk at the time). possibly because everyone in my house is in a relationship with either one another/someone else, and i'm single. i'm in my second year at uni and before i started first year i broke off a long term relationship so had a couple of flings/one night affairs to get over it, nothing out of the ordinary for a fresher- i've heard people do much worse! and i haven't got with anyone in aages- literally like 4 months...

    i'm pretty shaken up/angry about this...am i right to be this upset? should i tell him i overheard him and potentially make things awkward for the rest of the year, or just keep quiet and...i don't know. i'm just really angry.

    Your housemate's a ****. You're right to be upset.

    I suggest shagging people at their own rooms/houses--keeps your sheets clean and means his prying eyes aren't there!
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    Lo, ho.
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    (Original post by WhySoLimey)
    overreact more
    :zomg:

    Sleeping gives you cancer:eek3:
 
 
 
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