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    So basically, my uni just told us to start getting groups together for next year. My corridor has 12 people living there. A group of the internationals have decided to live together and one girl is going to live with her history course friends which leaves seven people.

    Six of us who are VERY close have decided we want to live together with two of our other friends which would make eight. However, this leaves behind one guy. None of us want to live with him because he causes trouble all the time as well as constantly making weird comments and bringing his psychotic girlfriend to university with him.

    There are ten boys on the other floor upstairs that he's trying to befriend but they also can't stand him and he thinks he's living with them as he knows we don't really like him but they don't want him either. However, this guy isn't mean or nasty he's just... problematic.

    Is it evil to leave him behind? I don't think he has any friends on his course either and he's not in any societies. I feel guilty for leaving him with no one.
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    Stick to your own friends. You can't live your life looking after the little runts left behind.
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    Not evil at all. You've got to live with this guy so you've got to make sure the people you live with are people you get on with and that they're considerate too. If he's a troublemaker it's perfectly reasonable that you wouldn't want to live with him. You don't owe him anything.
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    Yes you are evil!
    Give him a chance!
    I'd like to see your reaction when it happens to you!
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    No . Just tell him that its ok , i wanna stay with my own friends . That guy could pose a threat to you .
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    Look, don't forget that you will have to live with this guy. Living with each other off a corridor (or "flat") is one thing, but sharing a house is different ball game. If you don't like him now, you will only feel a lot more resentful if you find that you are stuck with him in such close proximity for the duration of a contract.
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    He shouldn't of been the way he is to start with. Ditch him and have a good time next year.
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    But... he's not mean or nasty he's just strange and causes drama and arguments.

    To reject him would be like kicking a puppy.
 
 
 
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