Right, I'm annoyed basically. This morn(not just now, I mean about friday night/early morn) someone has puked in the shower cubicle where one gets changed I'm not sure how to react to this apart from absolute disgust. It's not me as I was in that night, all curled up in my bed. I dunno how to bring this up with my flatmates nicely, as in, if you are sick, ******' clear it up! I mean, even if I was ill and puked, I would defo clear it up, courtesy yah? I know you guys are gonna be asking, are you halls if so won't the cleaners clear it up? I would say yes but the timing of the puke means that it will remain there from friday until monday (monday is when the cleaners next come, I love them tbh). It is horrible! but basically the problem is everyone on my floor are international students apart from 2 other girls, I don't wanna discuss the problem without seeming malicious/hurting someone's feelings but it really is making me feel ill (the corridor stinks of it). How do I bring up with them? I really do wanna take up further issues with them too but I won't mention them cos it'll make my floor sound even more unbearable. lol. Thanks guys.
Why would them being international students make you want to discuss this with them less? Foreigners puke too.
Thats nothing , in my block we had a phantom ******* who would **** in random places like the kitchen, shower area , it went on all year. Can't you use the showers on another corridor until the cleaner comes?
Someone **** in our shower/bath the other week. Luckily we have cleaners, but we're still getting charged for what the dirty munter did.
Just bring it up in a "If you're sick effing clean it up kind of way." In these situations you kind of have to be blunt as its completely inconsiderate for people to just leave puke in the shower.
I feel your pain though, since we got to Uni we've had sick in out saucepans, someone throwing up in a bowl in the lift, and last (and by no means least) someone actually did a turd in our lift as well.
Just speak to them. Surely they must realise that throwing up and leaving last nights kebab or whatever on the floor for however many hours, is simply unacceptable? Not to mention unhygienic. Politely suggest that whoever spewed their guts cleans up after themselves.
OR clean it up yourself (a horrible though indeed) and then tell them that next time they had better sort it out themselves. If you do clean it up, make sure they bloody know about it!
Maybe they don't remember.
Last year my mate came into my room to ask me what had happened the previous night but I couldn't remember either. He then showed me the shirt he'd worn, and it had sick on the back, which I realised meant either I had been sick on him, or there was some sick somewhere in our house... we found a load in the shower.
And it's only sick, it's a saturday night at university, get used to it.
why wouldn't you want to bring it up? it's disgusting. just ask them all and tell whoever it is to clean it the **** up.
WHy should you not make a fuss? they live there too. If they don't want a fuss, then puke and CLEAN IT!