i've been in my new place for 5 days now, and on the 3rd day one of the guys(We'll call him B) claimed i hadn't been washing the females (we'll call her G) 'utensils'.
Just now i've found a message in the draw claiming ' ask before you use anything, knife, fork, plates ... your not cleaning it well enough for me'. now that's confused me as i've NOT used any forks, knifes, plates! i've used one bowl, cleaned it and placed it back.
she does seem very stuck up at times and i feel as though she's patronizing me
i have NO IDEA why after 5 days she is making weird accusations against me...what should i say to her?
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New housemate is victimizing me by exaggerated claims...hold do i face this? watch
- Thread Starter
- 29-09-2011 03:41
- 29-09-2011 08:06
well, u can say all right i'll clean it very well when/if i use it.
- 29-09-2011 08:45
I live with a housemate who does this-- she'll storm up to my room and tell me I've left loads of washing up on the side... even if I've been away for four days and have, therefore, not been anywhere near the kitchen. She also tried to get the landlord to withhold my deposit because of some washing up. Which wasn't mine.
(This is but the tip of her iceberg of craziness).
I've not yet found a solution. So far I've tried being reasonable (which ends in yelling). Being nice (which ends in yelling). Being yell-y (which ends in yelling). The only tactic I've found that sort of works is repeating the same phrase to her over and over again until she understands. That is not my washing up. That is not my washing up. While attempting to sound like a sane person.