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What are / is the most disgusting student house situation you have ever witnessed. I can imagine that people's houses at the end of the year will be the worst? Share your horror stories here and post pictures if necessary!
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Imperial undergrad halls made me wanna commit.
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One of my mates, pasta that has been on a plate for months...
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One of my mates, pasta that has been on a plate for months...
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cigarette buts and empty cans plus the inevitable smell of weed in a few houses I viewed last year. Skanky *******s.
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Ours is usually fine, but we got 2 new flatmates last month and it's a nightmare. Me and my flatmate came back from being away all weekend, found 2 binbags festering in the hall that had been there for 3 days and no one had been arsed to take them out so the hall stank. Piles of dishes had been left, which I wouldn't care about, except for the fact that they'd used our pots, plates etc and just left them. They have a lot of friends over to cook, drink, etc. I just went into the kitchen about an hour ago, and the smell is absolutely disgusting. The same dishes have been lying in the basin for about.. 2 weeks now I think? They smell so bad, but I refuse to clean up after them because I'm not their mother. They're a good few years older than me too, it's pathetic.

ARG. Rant over. :ahee:
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Hmm there were mice in the walls, mice in the cupboards, slugs in the kitchen, mould on the wallpaper, damp in the carpets, dry rot on the ceilings... Found a mouse under the cushions in the sofa which had been squashed and quite clearly dead for some months as it had started to decompose, washing up left for weeks at a time, stuff in the fridge which was months past the use by date...

My first student house, grotty as **** but had some good times there :awesome:
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My sister while at uni once got up to find a dead rat inside the toaster! Had obviously squeezed in there to get to the crumbs then promptly decapitated when one of her poor flatmates made their breakfast! Thankfully she said she had not used that toaster in quite some time.
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My sister while at uni once got up to find a dead rat inside the toaster! Had obviously squeezed in there to get to the crumbs then promptly decapitated when one of her poor flatmates made their breakfast! Thankfully she said she had not used that toaster in quite some time.
Didn't the other flatmate realise?! I dread to think what the toast must tasted like...
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Hmm there were mice in the walls, mice in the cupboards, slugs in the kitchen, mould on the wallpaper, damp in the carpets, dry rot on the ceilings... Found a mouse under the cushions in the sofa which had been squashed and quite clearly dead for some months as it had started to decompose, washing up left for weeks at a time, stuff in the fridge which was months past the use by date...

My first student house, grotty as **** but had some good times there :awesome:
:eek: Please say you're exaggerating?!
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Didn't the other flatmate realise?! I dread to think what the toast must tasted like...
Exactly what I thought, she said they had been wondering where the smell was coming from for a while. But now you know, if theres ever a mysterious smell in your kitchen, check the toaster!
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Now I remember why i'm going to be living alone at university.
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(Original post by makingamemory)
:eek: Please say you're exaggerating?!
Nope not exaggerating, the place was an utter **** hole. Rent was pretty cheap though :cool:
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I'm not living in any student accommodation until I've been at it with cleaning products and rubber gloves ¬_¬
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(Original post by fire2burn)
Hmm there were mice in the walls, mice in the cupboards, slugs in the kitchen, mould on the wallpaper, damp in the carpets, dry rot on the ceilings... Found a mouse under the cushions in the sofa which had been squashed and quite clearly dead for some months as it had started to decompose, washing up left for weeks at a time, stuff in the fridge which was months past the use by date...

My first student house, grotty as **** but had some good times there :awesome:

That sound just like my first student house. Mould everywhere including spreading onto the clothes in the wardrobe.... My mate went to drink from his pint glass in the night and found slugs in it.... At one point there were 14 unwashed plates lying around the living room growing colonies.... The back door was kicked in and never fixed... We went 2 weeks without a toilet because one guy fell out of the shower when he was drunk and smashed it... At one point we kept finding **** (literally human ****) in the bath tub... Someone was sick in the sink all over the dishes and as no-one would own up we just left it...


But by god did we have a good time.

I should also mention that the rest of my housemates moved after I left to go to the states, and if anything their next house was worse. It was literally a squat with no furniture and holes in the floor.
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(Original post by truthandtragedy)
Ours is usually fine, but we got 2 new flatmates last month and it's a nightmare. Me and my flatmate came back from being away all weekend, found 2 binbags festering in the hall that had been there for 3 days and no one had been arsed to take them out so the hall stank. Piles of dishes had been left, which I wouldn't care about, except for the fact that they'd used our pots, plates etc and just left them. They have a lot of friends over to cook, drink, etc. I just went into the kitchen about an hour ago, and the smell is absolutely disgusting. The same dishes have been lying in the basin for about.. 2 weeks now I think? They smell so bad, but I refuse to clean up after them because I'm not their mother. They're a good few years older than me too, it's pathetic.

ARG. Rant over. :ahee:
Atleast wash your own stuff then. If they have common sense they'll probably realise what the deal is.
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That sound just like my first student house. Mould everywhere including spreading onto the clothes in the wardrobe.... My mate went to drink from his pint glass in the night and found slugs in it.... At one point there were 14 unwashed plates lying around the living room growing colonies.... The back door was kicked in and never fixed... We went 2 weeks without a toilet because one guy fell out of the shower when he was drunk and smashed it... At one point we kept finding **** (literally human ****) in the bath tub... Someone was sick in the sink all over the dishes and as no-one would own up we just left it...


But by god did we have a good time.

I should also mention that the rest of my housemates moved after I left to go to the states, and if anything their next house was worse. It was literally a squat with no furniture and holes in the floor.
Haha we had a similar toilet situation. No working toilet for a couple of weeks as it had been blocked by the next door neighbours. Everytime they flushed their toilet the contents of what they had just flushed would come out of ours and flow onto the floor :eek:

Gotta love student housing. The general rule is the more grotty the place is the more fun you have.
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If someone tells me how to upload images on here, I'll show you the most DISGUSTING student house ever, that I had to live in for a year. Rank!


And no, that's not some modern patterned wallpaper. It's 2inch thick mould. Lovely!
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The windows.

The carpet.

Gag.
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Haha we had a similar toilet situation. No working toilet for a couple of weeks as it had been blocked by the next door neighbours. Everytime they flushed their toilet the contents of what they had just flushed would come out of ours and flow onto the floor :eek:

Gotta love student housing. The general rule is the more grotty the place is the more fun you have.
Yeah, I have so many good memories of that place. I remember bringing a girl back from a club and her being so revolted by the state of the kitchen it literally made her throw up.
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