How to masturbate when I’ve got a roommate?!

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I’m starting uni soon and I’m sharing a room - how do people who share a room at uni jerk off?! Advice needed!
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don’t moan loudly?? do it in the bathroom ?
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**** sharing a room. Ugh. I can imagine it's difficult getting some alone time.
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I'd like this to be my most serious worry about uni aha, but use the bathroom and I guess you'll be alone a fair bit anyways
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why do you have to share? what uni is this
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Sharing a room with a stranger would be hellish.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m starting uni soon and I’m sharing a room - how do people who share a room at uni jerk off?! Advice needed!

If you are not sexually involved with the other persons then you should not be sharing a room at your age.

I don't know anyone who moves into places like that unless they're desperate immigrants..
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Why are you sharing a room? Do you mean you’re sharing a flat?
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Do it in front of them for a laugh.
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(Original post by Fermion.)
Why are you sharing a room? Do you mean you’re sharing a flat?
No I’m at accommodation at UCL which is mainly shared rooms!! Not just flats
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(Original post by Fermion.)
Why are you sharing a room? Do you mean you’re sharing a flat?
Shared rooms are cheaper and means you share a bathroom

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(Original post by Anonymous)
why do you have to share? what uni is this
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(Original post by ANM775)
If you are not sexually involved with the other persons then you should not be sharing a room at your age.

I don't know anyone who moves into places like that unless they're desperate immigrants..
Don't be cruel. There are many reasons why uni students share rooms. It is absolutely not your place to judge or pass comment. In many countries it is very normal for uni students to share a room.
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No I’m at accommodation at UCL which is mainly shared rooms!! Not just flats
Jerk off in the bathroom then. I can’t imagine sharing a room with somebody.
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(Original post by ANM775)
If you are not sexually involved with the other persons then you should not be sharing a room at your age.

I don't know anyone who moves into places like that unless they're desperate immigrants..
Some very respected British unis (eg at least one college of the university of cambridge) have this as an option in their accommodation.
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Ask if he wants to join
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You will know when I am actually gone when you no longer get treated to these, wxgmak
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