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    i am a foreign exchange student studying in Liverpool and it has come to my attnetion that my housemate i live with smokes a lot of mariwarna. I am allergic to the smell as it makes my eyes water a lot whenever i smell it. I have tried to approach her about this but she insists that it is helping her with her vegan gluten free diet. I find this distressing but don't want to be labelled a grass in my halls??
    what should i do? anon
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    hello

    i am a foreign exchange student studying in Liverpool and it has come to my attnetion that my housemate i live with smokes a lot of mariwarna. I am allergic to the smell as it makes my eyes water a lot whenever i smell it. I have tried to approach her about this but she insists that it is helping her with her vegan gluten free diet. I find this distressing but don't want to be labelled a grass in my halls??
    what should i do? anon
    hm that's really tricky. I think that's really unfair of your housemate. Do you have other housemates that could talk to her about it? I think try and explain to her again nicely how it affects your breathing and stuff but if she continues to ignore and its really affecting you think much then report it to the supervisor...
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    "I am allergic to the smell as it makes my eyes water a lot whenever i smell it. I have tried to approach her about this but she insists that it is helping her with her vegan gluten free diet."

    I don't even know how to reply to that. You're either a great troll, or are rather misinformed about various things.

    - It's more likely that the smoke is what's making your eyes water, not what she is smoking.
    - "Vegan gluten free diet" :rofl: I'll have to use that one if I ever get caught. I've never heard of it helping with any dietary restrictions other than it making you munch (something to do with the endocannabinoids affecting the release of leptin).
 
 
 
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