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How to tolerate or Manage irritating Roommate

 
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How to tolerate or Manage irritating Roommate.He keeps on watching television on high volume late nite...not evening thinking that I am sleepi g nxt to him to wake up early...If i am doing the same thing ,he will give me a big lecture.I have warned him many times....but useless.Even whenevef he speaks...he speaks complete nonsence as if he is only right.....iHave ignored it for a long time...but today it was out of control.I blasted at him...for 20 min he was quite ...again he has started with this nonsence Tv onhigh volume...please advice how to handle this guy.
 
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There are some things you can control and some things that you can't control. I suggest that you change your flat.
 
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Give him a punch in the face....That should do it.
 
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There's a lot of give and take in sharing space with someone. Working out rules is a good start. You could offer solutions ... like a curfew on TV viewing, or use of earphones after a certain time. If you can't agree to mutually acceptable rules, then it's time to find a new place for one or both of you.
 
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Your solution: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ed42/
 
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Simple, change your room.
 
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